Boost your skills with courses from South Lanarkshire College

South Lanarkshire College recently launched 150 full-time and part-time courses

The East Kilbride-based college encourages those financially affected by Covid-19, school leavers and those looking to improve their skills and boost their careers to look beyond the pandemic and apply for a course at from 2021.

South Lanarkshire College has recently launched around 150 full-time and part-time courses across the region designed to give students the skills valued by employers and the knowledge to continue their education.

Courses are available throughout the year, with short Skills Boost courses designed to get people back into the workforce in the spring through to university-level courses offered in partnership with the University of the West of Scotland which begin this autumn. There’s even free training for eligible employers through the Flexible Workforce Development Fund.

Classes are available throughout the year.

Aileen McKechnie, Principal of South Lanarkshire College, said: “The past year has been difficult for everyone, but as a college we have continued to adapt to ensure that we support all of our students and applicants to achieve their full potential, despite the obstacles caused by the pandemic.

“Our main goal as a college is to support our students and our local community by continuing to provide the best learning and teaching possible so that our students achieve all their ambitions – their dream job or further their education.

“If your career has been impacted by the pandemic and you are considering a career change, are out of school or want to upgrade, we are here to support you.

“Please contact us to find out how we can help you get to where you want to be in 2021.”

The college encourages people to improve their skills and boost their careers
There is free training for eligible employers
Many people have seen their career affected by the covid pandemic
Apply for a course from 2021.

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