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College Closure - Monday 19 September 2022
Staff and students across further and higher education colleges in Northern Ireland have been exploring new ways to ensure that teaching and student support services continue remotely while under lockdown regulations caused by the Coronavirus pandemic.
Four projects funded by the Horizon 2020 initiative, including the Belfast Met led BIMcert digital construction project have set up BIM Alliance, a space for collaboration to explore areas of mutual opportunity and to minimise the energy footprint in construction.
Further and higher education colleges across Northern Ireland are urging local businesses to avail of the wealth of resources and new approaches to accredited training and upskilling opportunities quickly adapted by the colleges to meet current circumstances. The online provision, mentoring and bespoke offerings will be essential to meeting the needs of the business community, learners in employment and those returning to employment in the drive to revive the economy.
Belfast Met’s new Principal and Chief Executive, Louise Warde Hunter, has recorded a short video message for students.
Economy Minister Diane Dodds today announced a free skills programme for small businesses and a free post-graduate certificate in software development for people whose career has been impacted by COVID19.
The message to stay close to home to support families and the wider community has never been more important. That’s exactly what thousands of students do each year by choosing their local Further Education (FE) College for post A-Level and Leaving Cert study.