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STEM Club - an Easter holiday club for 8 - 11 year olds

Places are currently available at STEM Club, an Easter holiday club at North East Scotland College’s Altens Campus for children aged 8 – 11.

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Applications open for Foundation Apprenticeships

Applications are now open for Foundation Apprenticeships for 2019-2020.

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Give your old property a facelift

A one day course covering the common issues faced when painting and decorating traditional properties is being offered free of charge at NESCol’s Fr

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Traditional Painting and Decorating Techniques

STEM Club - an Easter holiday club for 8 - 11 year olds

Places are currently available at STEM Club, an Easter holiday club at North East Scotland College’s Altens Campus for children aged 8 – 11.

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Applications open for Foundation Apprenticeships

student wearing headphones

Applications are now open for Foundation Apprenticeships for 2019-2020.

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Give your old property a facelift

Traditional Painting and Decorating Techniques

A one day course covering the common issues faced when painting and decorating traditional properties is being offered free of charge at

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Brighten up your winter evenings

Joinery at Fraserburgh Campus

Make the most of the winter evenings ​at Fraserburgh Campus.  

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CodeCraft - a Saturday club for 9 - 14 year olds

Places are available for 9 - 14 year olds.

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Graduate spotlight - Ryan Little

Ryan Little at the Fraserburgh Campus graduation

Ryan has secured a full-time job in the oil and gas industry since completing his studies at our Fraserburgh Campus. 

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Graduate spotlight - Lana Laing

Lana Laing pictured at the Fraserburgh Campus graduation ceremony

Lana Laing has secured full-time employment after completing HND in Accounting at Fraserburgh Campus. 

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Graduate spotlight - Michael Rough

Michael Rough at the NESCol graduation ceremony

Former Gordon Schools pupil Michael Rough decided to follow in his dad’s footsteps when he applied for a joinery apprenticeship at Stewart Milne Homes.

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Graduate spotlight - Lisa Cockburn

Lisa Cockburn at the North East Scotland College graduation ceremony

Lisa Cockburn graduated with an HND in Legal Services from North East Scotland College recently.

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NESCol students make a splash in Aberdeen Harbour Board competition

Three of the judges pictured with some of the winners

A presentation was held to reward the winners of the Aberdeen Harbour Board Calendar photography competition. 

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Graduate spotlight - Alex Grogan

Alex Grogan

Stonehaven resident Alex Grogan graduated recently with an HND in Legal Services from North East Scotland College.

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Historical Property Maintenance - free information session at NESCol

people fixing roof tiles in workshop environment

Building on the success of last year, North East Scotland College is once again running an information evening for owners of historic property in t

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Employer training fund increased to £15,000

montage of people and buildings

The Scottish Government has recently confirmed the 2018/19 roll–out of the Flexible Workforce Development Fund (FWDF), which was piloted last year.

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Applications for 2019-20 courses open on 10th November!

The NESCol Experience

The College's 2019-20 course offering will open for applications on Saturday 10th November.

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Personal Licence Refresher Training

The Scottish Government have recently issued information relating to The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.

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NESCol invites contributions to its British Sign Language (BSL) plan

Come along to an event at the Town House in Aberdeen to have your say. 

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