A Return to Study
In these uncertain times it’s good to have an opportunity to rethink career paths and find support to reskill and refocus in a quick and responsive way.
Returning to education or training for employment can be difficult decisions to make if you are unsure of career options and where your skills best fit.
Our courses will help prepare you for the future! We will work on refreshing your basic skills, developing key digital skills, employability skills, skills for education and improving your confidence and wellbeing.
We understand the challenges committing to a full-time college course so you have the option to study for either 6, 12 or 18 weeks. Each option will provide support to progress into employment, training or further study
Stick with us to learn about your strengths, what you can bring to your future and continually evolving work environments.
Feel future proof in a changing world!
Are you a veteran or someone who has left the services?
Find out more about how our courses can help veterans to return to study.
It was clear from an early stage in the pandemic that the education sector needed to respond to the crisis and offer support to those who needed to upskill or retrain.
A course focusing on mental health resilience and wellbeing has been curated for students at Glasgow Clyde College after lecturers became concerned about the effects of coronavirus on young people.
A group of Glasgow Clyde College's ESOL Transitions to Barbering students offered free haircuts to pensioners at the Men’s Shed in Barrhead.