New College Lanarkshire recently welcomed two international partners to the College’s Coatbridge Campus to discuss an ongoing project about the development of Dental Nursing in India.
The External Funding and International team hosted Sanju Abraham, the College’s representative in India for its Dental Nursing activities there, along with Lipson Paul, Chief Executive Officer of ENPAWA - a socio-economic enterprise that aims to bring international standards of Dental Nursing to India.
They met with Clare Flynn, Head of Faculty: Care and Science, Jennifer Lowe, Assistant Head of Faculty: Care and Science, Shona Pettigrew, Head of External Funding and International, and Hazel Scott, International Activities Manager. Runa McNamara, International Commercial Director at the Vocational Training Charitable Trust (VTCT) also attended, another of the College’s partners in developing and delivering courses in India.
Hazel Scott, International Activities Manager, said: “We were delighted to welcome Sanju and Lipson on their visit to Scotland to celebrate the existing partnership and discuss future collaborative opportunities within the Faculty of Care and Science.
“We look forward to seeing what is next for our partnership in India.”
For more information about the College’s international partnerships, visit: http://www.nclanarkshire.ac.uk/us/international