Your Voice, Only Louder!

On 16 June 2020 West Lothian College’s Board of Governors said farewell to our Student President and Vice President, Michelle Low and Gemma Reynolds, who had just completed a two-term period of office. Board members thanked Michelle and Gemma for their contribution to improving the quality of our students’ learning experience, for the support theyContinue reading “Your Voice, Only Louder!”

MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2019

Graduation is a special day and I was very privileged to be part of West Lothian College’s 2019 celebrations on Saturday 26 October. Sharing the success of our graduates rounded off a great year for the college. In 2018-19, we had the highest ever number of students and the best student results in over tenContinue reading “MESSAGE TO THE CLASS OF 2019”

West Lothian College — a year in numbers

At this point in the college year, our priority is ensuring our students are settling well into their new courses. If you follow us on Twitter (@westlocoll) you will see many examples of how we’re achieving that. We also reflect on the year that has just finished to understand how we can continue to improveContinue reading “West Lothian College — a year in numbers”

Interrupt19 — Daring to be digital!

At West Lothian College we want to help address the digital skills shortage in Scotland, so that as many people as possible can take advantage of the many opportunities available now and in the future. It is widely reported that over 12,500 digital technologies job opportunities are created each year in Scotland. While 40% of people inContinue reading “Interrupt19 — Daring to be digital!”

Ambitious for West Lothian

On 14 March I welcomed 42 guests – including 30 businesses from the private sector as well as national and local stakeholders – to our award-winning Terrace training restaurant to talk about how we can make a difference together. I started as principal of West Lothian College seven months ago. Since then, I’ve spent timeContinue reading “Ambitious for West Lothian”