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.

09 Dec: Free Pre-Employment Training at NWRC

North West Regional College (NWRC) is recruiting individuals for a range of FREE pre-employment training programmes with guaranteed job interviews. Run through the college’s Business Support Centre (BSC), these short courses will give individuals the skills that employers are looking for in the areas of Electrical, IT & Customer Service, and Construction.

04 Oct: Barry Electronics develops unique shipping control interface with help of NWRC and InterTradeIreland

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.

02 Sep: Lyons – ‘Skill Up’ to kickstart your career prospects

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.

18 Aug: NWRC Supports Retail Recovery Across NI

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.