Articles from Borders College

Minister focuses on early learning and childcare during Borders College visit

The Minister for Children and Young People Maree Todd MSP visited Borders College to give an update on the Scottish Government’s policy on funded childcare places.

Borders College's I.T. Training ‘just the tool’ for Starrett employees

Collating and presenting information in the correct format is essential for any business, allowing companies to run smoothly and better engage with their customers.

No regrets for Walkerburn entrepreneur Ross

If anybody knows the benefits of studying @BordersCollege it’s Ross Dickinson.

Adult apprenticeship adds a spark to Craig’s career

Changing career and returning to education as an adult can be an unnerving experience for many people, but for one adult electrical apprentice, the opportunity to work as an electrician and study on the new Electrical Installation Modern Apprenticeship programme at Borders College was just the opportunity he was waiting for.

Regional partnership ‘Handyperson’ course helps to upskill Scottish Borders Council employees

Upskilling staff members is vital in ensuring that any business runs effectively, and this was the case for a number of Scottish Borders Council employees, who recently undertook the bespoke Handyperson training with Borders College Business Development Unit.