Social ScienceStudents pilot LGBT+ training
Aspiring primary school teachers studying at Ayrshire College have recently had LGBT+ training delivered as part of their course.
Social ScienceCollege students enjoy trip to Army base
Uniformed Services students at Ayrshire College have been given a fascinating insight into Army life, thanks to a week-long trip to Dreghorn’s Territorial Army base.
HospitalityAyrshire College raises the bar at national awards
Ayrshire College’s training restaurant ‘Salt and Barrel’ is one of fifteen licensed venues in Kilmarnock celebrating after receiving official accreditation, as a member of the Best Bar None Scotland scheme this week.
STEM: TradesAyrshire College aims to get more Girls into Construction and Civil Engineering
Over 150 female pupils arrived at Ayrshire College on Thursday 17 January for a special ‘Girls Into Construction and Civil Engineering’ day, as part of the College’s award-winning #ThisAyrshireGirlCan campaign.
General College NewsPlanned national strike action by college lecturers
Due to a national dispute over pay, some lecturers are planning to take part in a national strike over the next few weeks, continuing on Tuesday 5 February.
Social ScienceSilver medallist student eyes pro boxing career
Ewan Hamilton returned to his Uniformed Services class at Ayrshire College earlier this month proud as punch with a silver medal in hand.
STEM: EngineeringThe IET’s FIRST® LEGO® League takes place at Ayrshire College
School pupils from across Ayrshire competed in the IET’s FIRST® LEGO® League competition at Ayrshire College’s Kilmarnock Campus on Friday 14 December.
BusinessAyrshire College to host first IPSE freelancing event for students in Scotland
The Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE) have joined forces with Bridge2Business to launch the first 'Freelancing for Students' event in Scotland.