Your Future Matters.
At NCL, your experience counts. Whether you're joining us to make the first step in your dream career, building up your skills while working or taking your hobby to the next level, your NCL experience will be a unique and memorable one. Creating opportunities, friendships and memories, your experience at NCL will be a personal adventure.
Our lecturers are all industry experts, who will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence you need to reach your individual goals.
Dedicated student experience teams will help you before, during and after your time at NCL, ensuring you have all the guidance and support you need for your own personal success.
Congratulations to all 24 of our participants, and our nine medal winners, with another six highly commended awards! In Digital Construction, the Gold medal went to Paul Hudson, Taylor Williamson won Silver and Pawel Kudosz took home the Bronze medal. In IT Software Solutions for Business, a Silver medal went to Fiona Stewart and Bronze was won by Zoe Lazenby-Caroll. In IT Support Technician, the Gold medal went to Izaac Bharwani and Christopher Nairn won Bronze. Clark McGeechan won another Gold medal in Mechanical Engineering: CAD, and Jamie Easton took home Silver in Commercial Make-Up.
Part-time study is flexible and allows you to carry on learning around your lifestyle and commitments.
If you are looking to upskill, reskill or start anew, part-time learning is a great way to do this by developing your knowledge and skills in a subject area you are passionate about.
If you are interested in one of our courses available at NCL please take a look at our listing detailed below.
Friday 3rd September 2021
Colleges across Scotland recently received updated guidance from the Scottish Government, urging us to do everything we possibly can to reduce the spread of Covid-19 on our campuses.
Given the sharp rise in cases in recent weeks, the Scottish Government has strongly advised that we extend our use of face coverings within college settings.
Therefore, all our students will be required to wear face coverings while indoors on our campuses at all times, including when in classrooms, unless you have an exemption or when you are eating or drinking.
We know it isn’t easy to wear a mask for prolonged periods of time, so we would encourage you to take regular breaks in the fresh air, away from your classroom. Your lecturer will support you to do this.
We will be reviewing the guidance on face coverings at the October break.