News

01 Mar: Lyons announces eighth Assured Skills Academy with Alchemy Technology Services in the North West

Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has announced 20 high quality training places in the eighth Assured Skills Academy with Alchemy Technology Services in the North West. Funded by the Department for the Economy and delivered by North West Regional College, the Academy will be a five-week pre-employment training programme with modules covering both technical and non-technical topics.

21 Feb: Electric Vehicle Collaboration of Colleges in North West Ireland

The lecturing teams from North West Regional College (NWRC), South West College (SWC), Letterkenny Institute of Technology (LYIT) and Donegal ETB are collaborating with Electric Vehicle Specialists Hyundai to prepare for the ensuing transition to Electric Vehicles. This collaboration commenced at the Hyundai National Learning Centre in Dublin with National Service Training Manager Denis McCrudden.

18 Feb: Welding Academy to fill skills shortage

The search is on for budding welders. The Welding Academy at North West Regional College’s (NWRC) Greystone Campus in Limavady is working with companies across the Causeway Coast and Glens Council area including Maine Surface Finishing, Smyth Steel, Farlow Engineering, and AC Engineering.

19 Jan: NWRC launches first Chef Bootcamp

North West Regional College (NWRC) is inviting applications for its first ever Chef Bootcamp in which participants will be trained by the best in the Hospitality industry. During this free four-week course, successful applicants will achieve industry-relevant qualifications, develop valuable kitchen skills, and gain a vital understanding of how a commercial kitchen operates. qualification.