Covering an extensive range of over 400 courses available, across 40 different subject areas, the College’s new prospectus is packed with valuable information for those looking to start out on their career path or re-skill.
Fife College offers a range of learning opportunities, from vocational training to professional qualifications, to the chance to start studying for a degree, thanks to over 300 progression routes in place with university partners.
With five campuses across the region, courses are available in everything from engineering and manufacturing, to health, social and childcare: from business, culinary arts, and tourism to the creative industries of music, drama, and digital technologies.
With continued concerns about increased unemployment due to the impact of the pandemic, the college can be a vital resource for individuals to help ensure they have the skills to meet the needs of the future jobs market.
Iain Hawker, Fife College Assistant Principal, said:
“Fife College’s aim is to help transform the lives of our students through inspirational teaching, and by providing them with the knowledge and experience that will help them succeed in the jobs market.
“With unemployment expected to rise in the wake of the pandemic, especially amongst young people, it has never been more important that people have access to as many learning and training opportunities as possible that are aligned to the projected skills gaps and areas of employment opportunity growth.
“That’s why our new 2022-23 academic prospectus is packed with details on over 400 courses, all of which offer the skills and experience required to enter the world of work.
“With a complete range of qualifications across 40 different subject areas, we have full and part time study options from starter courses and apprenticeships up to HNCs, HNDs and degrees, there really is something for everyone.
“I would urge anyone interested in learning new skills or kick-starting their careers to give our new prospectus a read.”