Not all teaching takes place in the College classrooms, and this was the case for a group of Carpentry and Joinery students, who recently visited a bespoke staircase manufacturer in East Lothian to learn about the construction methods used within the company.
‘Be Prepared’ is their motto, and this was somehow fitting for one Borders College employee when she received news that she was being presented with the highest possible honour given to a Scout leader.
Providing unemployed people with new skills and knowledge is vital in enabling them to return to work, and this was the case for one group of candidates, having just completed the Catering for Life course.
In the modern digital age it’s vital that businesses do all they can to help protect themselves from the menace of online threats.
Borders College is no exception, and after some excellent work from the ISLT department, they have recently been awarded the Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation, helping to reassure their students, staff and customers that they remain one step ahead of cybercrime.
Borders College will have a significant influence on this year’s UCI Mountain Bike Masters World Championships, being held in Mont-Sainte-Anne, Canada, as three of the twelve selected riders are former BASE students.
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