ArtsSpectre Creative inspire students through Skype workshop
Matt & Nana of Spectre Creative brought innovation and technology together, to deliver an inspiring Skype workshop to the Visual Communication Students at Ayrshire College.
MusicAyrshire College students to perform at SQA Awards
Two HNC Music students from Ayrshire College have been selected to perform at the SQA Star Awards in Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum this November.
General College NewsCommunity Students Support their Local Foodbank
Ayrshire College community students helped support their local Salvation Army Foodbank by raising money and collecting tins of food.
Men Into CareCare Students experience state-of-the-art technology
Social Services students were introduced to a new, state-of-the-art ‘ageing suit’ recently, encouraging them to have a better understanding of physical difficulties that elderly people may face on a daily basis.
Nails and Make-up ArtistryAyrshire students qualify for UK skills finals
Three Ayrshire College students have qualified for the finals of a prestigious UK skills competition, to be held in Birmingham from 15-17 November.
HospitalityAyrshire College offers free soup to all students
Following a successful trial period in January during the College’s Promoting Wellbeing Group’s ‘New Year, New You’ campaign, the College has now been successful in securing the free soup initiative which will run for two years, with an evaluation being taken at the end of year one. The initiative will be available to all students across the campuses, by offering a homemade soup, a dinner roll, and a smile.
Sport and FitnessAyrshire College nominated at SQA Star Awards
Ayrshire College has been shortlisted in two categories at the 2018 SQA Star Awards, with two of its students nominated for the College Candidate of the Year Award.
FashionFuture in textiles for Ayrshire College Fashion students
Three Ayrshire College fashion students have graduated from an eight–week intensive course at The LVMH Textile Training School at Dumfries House as part of a project run by The Prince’s Foundation.