Are you a Veteran or someone who has left the Services?
- We recognise the team working, problem solving and communication skills you have
- We know the training you have received in functional skills, physical resilience and team work
- We value you
But how do you get on to the next step?
We want to help you…
Returning to education can sometimes seem scary, but we offer a wide range of courses to support you to develop the skills and qualifications you need to get work or make your next steps into education. While studying with us, you will gain experience of a range of different activities to help you to gain confidence in your learning.
We will offer you a guaranteed interview if you state that you are a veteran or have been in the armed services in your application form. Please remember to tick this box.
What can I study?
Along with National 3 and 4 qualifications you will have the opportunity to complete vocational tasters, work experience and to run projects within college and the local community. You will develop the essential skills valued by employers.
What are my career options?
Successful completion of your course will guarantee progression into a higher level of study within Glasgow Clyde College. We will also help you to think about your career options to help you to progress after this course.
- FastTrack to Futures: an introductory course which offers English and Maths at Level 3 along with a range or practical and project based activities.
- Gateway to College:
Would building your qualifications and skills help you to achieve your career ambitions?
Gateway to College is a short full-time course that focuses on achieving National 4 qualifications in English and Maths while preparing for a vocational area of choice in the college.
You will develop the practical skills and theoretical knowledge needed to support successful transition to a relevant Level 5 course.
- Adult Return to Study:
Are you an adult wanting to return to education? Our NQ Adult Return to study course will help you refresh your basic skills, improve confidence levels and access careers guidance, before applying for further education.