Whether you are looking to take on an apprentice, up-skill your current employees, join a local business networking group or access our state-of-the-art training facilities, New College Lanarkshire can help your business achieve its goals.
We can help you recover some value from your paid Apprenticeship Levy.
Apply for up to £15,000 for workforce development and training opportunities.
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Find out how apprenticeships can benefit your business
Learn about the College's international partnerships and activities across the world.
The Lanarkshire Business Hub is a free forum for local organisations to meet and share their business knowledge and best practice.
Up-skill current staff or train new staff with New College Lanarkshire's bespoke offering.
We work in partnership with agencies & organisations to deliver a range of flexible learning options for those in the community.
A stunning conference and events venue which offers a 300-capacity lecture theatre, fully equipped conference and meeting rooms, events spaces, licensed bar and highly recommended catering options.
For more information on how New College Lanarkshire can support your business, get in touch.
A networking initiative supporting more women into business ventures is to host an event at New College Lanarkshire. The Lanarkshire Women in Business (LWIB) event will take place at our Coatbridge Campus on Wednesday 27th November.
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UFC star Paul Craig is preparing for the biggest fight of his career – and his friends at New College Lanarkshire are backing him every step of the way. The Ultimate Fighting Championship icon is to take on Brazil’s Mauricio ‘Shogun’ Rua in Sao Paulo on November 16th.
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