Killybegs-based marine- electronics company Barry Electronics has developed an intelligent and user-friendly control interface for use on board ships/vessels that will allow crew members on the bridge to quickly and easily access and control monitors with the use of a single trackball mouse. This was made possible by support from North West Regional College’s (NWRC) Business Support Centre (BSC) and InterTradeIreland’s Innovation Boost programme.
Economy Minister Gordon Lyons today launched Skill Up, a new initiative to deliver free training places, in an investment of up to £23million. Supported by the Northern Ireland Office, Skill Up will fully fund the local further education colleges and universities to deliver approximately 15,000 training places in over 250 subject areas for qualifications ranging from Level 2 up to Level 7.
North West Regional College (NWRC) has joined forces with the five other Further Education Colleges in NI to support the recovery of the retail sector supported by the Department for the Economy’s ‘Retail Recovery’ programme. The programme will allow retailers to avail of training and support in a number of areas leading to accredited qualifications.
North West Regional College’s (NWRC) Business Support Centre (BSC) has announced details of a new Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) project with the Braidwater Group. The 2-year project, funded by InnovateUK and Invest NI, is worth over £100k, and aims to see through the development of a novel software platform for the construction industry.
The Museum of Free Derry has developed a guided 360 video tour and a fully interactive 3D VR tour of the museum which they will utilize for virtual tours with help from North West Regional College (NWRC) Business Support Centre (BSC)
Economy Minister Diane Dodds has announced 20 high quality training places in an Assured Skills Academy with Alchemy Technology Services in the north west.
North West Regional College (NWRC) and South Eastern Regional College (SERC) are inviting graduates to sign up to a new 12-week intensive programme which will equip participants with digital marketing skills commencing on Monday 10th May with SERC and Monday 7th June with NWRC.
Twelve months ago few could have foreseen what 2020 would bring as businesses, schools, and colleges were forced to close their buildings and the world was faced with the challenge of a global pandemic.
North West Regional College has become the first college in Northern Ireland to offer training in Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS).
Graduates were given a boost this week with the launch of North West Regional College’s (NWRC) Graduate Software Testers Programme.