Forth Valley College has three state of the art campuses across the central belt of Scotland, based at Falkirk, Alloa and Stirling.
There are around 14,500 students per academic session with 94% progressing to further study or employment. The college also has articulation agreements with Scottish Universities.
Courses and Subjects
The college offers more than 750 full time, part time and distance learning courses in further and higher education, ranging from NC to degree level.
Courses are taught through the following subject areas: Art and Design; Bakery; Business; Care; Childcare; Community Learning; Computing; Construction; Creative Industries and Media; Engineering; ESOL; Events Management; First Aid; Food Safety; Hair and Beauty; Health and Safety; Hospitality and Cookery; Human Resources; Languages; Management; Nursing; Photography; Psychology; Renewables; Science; Sound Production; Sport; Supported Learning; Teacher Training; and Tourism.
Facilities and Services
Resources available at the campuses include Access and Student Support Teams, Learning Resource Centres, quiet rooms, a counselling service, computer clinic and the Student Association.
There is also the Gallery Training Restaurant (Stirling campus), hair and beauty salons (Alloa and Falkirk campuses) and fully equipped fitness suites.
The college has strong links with petrochemical and chemical companies based in the Falkirk area and offer courses in engineering, chemical process technology and petrochemical operations. £1.2 million has been invested in creating state-of-the-art oil and gas facilities.
Courtesy of Forth Valley College