Forth Valley College unveils evening classes
Learning new skills and improving existing ones will be essential as we emerge from the latest lockdown – and Forth Valley College’s new evening course provision can help change your working and leisure life for good.
If ever there was a time to learn new skills that could lead to full-time courses, better your job prospects, enhance your existing career or even find a new one, the time is now, with FVC’s new range of evening courses available to book online at www.forthvalley.ac.uk/evening.
Applications went live on Tuesday, May 25, with courses being offered at all FVC campuses, across four nights which will help people do more with their evenings and transform their career path, CV, skillset and creative and cultural hobbies.
Once again, lockdown has been very difficult for everyone, but it has also given many people an ideal opportunity for reflection on their lives and the inspiration to make changes, learn new things and seize the day…and the night. Evening classes at FVC could be the ideal answer help them do all of that.
Those interested in higher level study will be attracted to the range of Higher National Certificates (HNCs) – and some Higher National Diplomas (HNDs) - available in areas such as … Administration and Information Technology, Accounting, Business, Childhood Practice, Construction Management and Electrical Engineering, Management and Leadership and Mechanical Engineering.
Other certificated courses available include City and Guilds qualifications and a wide variety of Hair and Beauty related subjects and there are also Professional Development Awards available. Commercial Courses will be very popular and they are available for electricians to complete their essential 18th Edition IEE regulations and for those looking to improve their Physical and Mental First Aid skills.
The vast range of leisure classes available are also expected to generate a lot of interest. Courses such as Basic Plumbing Skills, Woodworking Skills, Painting and Decorating, DIY Home Woodworking, Ceramics, Personal Training, First Aid, Italian for Holidays, Tour Guiding, Personal Training, REHIS, Applied Forensic Science, Artisan Bakery, and Christmas Crafts have the potential to develop useful skills which will enhance everyday life.
Also available are a range of classes for those seeking a hobby including: Digging Stirling: An Introduction to Archaeology, Tracing Your Family Roots: An Introduction, Home Sewn, Finger Spelling, Life Drawing, Illustration, Script Writing, Photography, Floristry, Drawing and Painting, Screen Printing, Sound Design, Live Sound for Musicians, Introduction to Welding, DIY Home Decoration, Computer Aided Design (CAD), Can’t Cook Must Eat, Vegan Cooking, various Beauty Treatment classes, plus many more.