Kayleigh Dart first started coming to New College Lanarkshire when she was just 13-years-old as part of our schools robotics programme. And now the former Airdrie Academy pupil has been announced as the winner of a prestigious engineering scholarship with energy services giant Wood Group.

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The College has been working hard over the last few months to get ready for the new academic year – while ensuring the health and safety of all our students and staff. We know that you are likely to have some questions about what to expect this year, so we are pleased to share the following information with you to give you a better understanding.

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The Lanarkshire Business Hub held its first online networking event at the end of May – welcoming 40 of its members across two virtual sessions to connect, promote and discuss business strategies for surviving lockdown.

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New College Lanarkshire has picked up five awards at the Festival of Youth Enterprise Awards 2020. Students and staff won four accolades in the Bridge 2 Business Enterprise Educator Awards 2020 section, while student Mark Traynor was named winner of the Team Programme Journey Award.

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New College Lanarkshire’s Motherwell Campus is to be the home of a new £900,000 centre of excellence for manufacturing innovation and robotics. The Manufacturing Innovation Hub will support small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to improve their manufacturing capacity.

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Staff in New College Lanarkshire’s Faculty of Service Industries are completing new training for the hairdressing and beauty industry in preparation for the post-Covid economic recovery. Participants on the ‘Barbicide Covid-19 Certification’ course are taught infection control measures including how to use Barbicide disinfectant effectively and the correct use and disposal of PPE.

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Art students have pitched their ideas for book covers to the founder of a leading Glasgow-based design company. Prior to lockdown, 18 HND Art and Design students who entered this year’s Penguin Student Design Awards took part in a ‘Dragons’ Den’-style presentation with Susan Blair, owner of True Creative Management.

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