Energy and Building Services
Glasgow Clyde College is ideally placed to provide vocational training and assessment for students and professionals, with state-of-the-art equipment and our new commercial gas centre we offer a excellence professional experience.
Working with industry
From plumbing and gas to water treatment, our courses suit both technical and non-technical staff alike. Our courses have a proven track record of success, with over 70% of graduates on the HNC Water Operations course subsequently being promoted within their organisation. It's no wonder we're the first choice of training provider to companies such as Scottish Water and Anglian Water.
We also work with a range of partners including Midland Lead
As well as offering part-time courses to fit studying around work, we also offer flexibility on some courses - for example, the Central Heating Boilers and Instantaneous Water Heaters course offers training and assessment or assessment-only options, allowing you to maximise your time.
In August 2017, Glasgow Clyde College announced the completion of its new BPEC-approved commercial gas centre. The new centre, based at Cardonald Campus, allows the college to train and assess in both domestic and commercial gas and is led by dedicated lecturers with a background in industrial gas maintenance.
We are committed to strengthening our industry relationships and providing vocational training and assessment for students and continual professional development across a large number of its courses. We will continue to invest in the right equipment and training facilities matched with the requirements of the industries in which we teach, to ensure students are industry-ready.
Students from the Faculty of Engineering, Computing and the Built Environment were awarded 66 awards at the end of term prizegiving on Friday 14 June.
In honour of International Women’s Day, we chatted to Nicola Murray about women in construction, progress still to be made and what opportunities are available to young people interested in starting out in construction-related fields.
Glasgow Clyde College has announced the completion of its new commercial gas centre as part of its commitment to providing relevant continued professional development training for industry.