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Foundation Degree Opens Up Options for Nicole

After a false start at university, Nicole Wills found that a foundation degree at South Eastern Regional College (@S_ERC) gave her more options to take the right career path.

SERC Awarded Silver Cyber Security Status

@S_ERC - South Eastern Regional College has been recognised for showing excellence in cyber security education with a Silver Cyber Security Status Award from CyberFirst Schools Initiative run by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) – a part of GCHQ. Trevor Breadon, Head of School for Engineering & Computing at SERC said, “We are delighted to be the first College of Further Education in NI to have achieved Silver Cyber Security Status. 

SERC Has Alice On Track to Master Business

Students can sometimes end up feeling locked out of the jobs and pathways that they want to follow if they have made the wrong choices or if things haven’t gone to plan.   Getting back on track doesn’t have to be about changing your goals but changing the timeline to get to where you want. (@S_ERC)

Strategic Management Puts Denise on Course for “Whole New Level”

Completing an intensive Level 7 CMI in Strategic Management gave Denise Malone (40) from Castlewellan the skills, knowledge, and confidence to help bring her organisation to a whole new level.  

A Foundation Degree in Computing helps Abigail keep her Options Open

Abigail King (19) from Bangor found the Foundation Degree in Computing to be the next best step following A Levels at Glenola Collegiate. She said, “I wanted to progress but wasn’t sure if I was ready for university, so after my A Levels, the Foundation Degree in Computing seemed like the perfect route that would keep my options open.

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