Developing the local community

We offer a range of programmes designed to help the local community develop the skills and experience needed to enter into employment. We regularly get involved with local community initiatives, offering support in the form of programme delivery, mentoring or funding.

Our community programmes allow learners to study close to home and/or at a level and time that is suitable for their needs. They are often free of charge or subsidised. Venues include schools and community centres and some courses offer childcare assistance.

Current Programmes include:

Community Groups

The College can provide a number of short programmes in a wide variety of subjects including Beauty Therapy, Cookery, Health and Fitness, Care and IT



The majority of our community-based programmes are delivered in partnership with other agencies and organisations. Partners include:

  • North Lanarkshire Council Community Learning;
  • South Lanarkshire Council Community Learning Service;
  • Prince’s Trust Scotland;
  • NHS and Glasgow Homelessness Network.

We can also deliver web-based courses in locations out with the College, using state-of-the-art computers and using a remote 'classroom in a box'.

Asset Transfer Requests

General Information and updates

Participation Requests

General Information and updates

Interested in getting involved?

Want to find out more about our community projects, or interested in getting involved in any of our initiatives? Give us a call or drop us an email, we would love to hear from you!