Unique opportunity for 14-24 year olds to join a UK wide young people’s inquiry

2018-06-20T15:41:39+00:00June 20th, 2018|Arran, Ayrshire College, Garnock Valley, Irvine, Kilwinning, North Ayrshire Youth Services, North Coast, Three Towns, Training, Uncategorised, Volunteering|

Leaders Unlocked are currently recruiting 14-24 years olds from North Ayrshire to join The Young People’s Inquiry. This is a UK-wide inquiry looking into the factors that affect the life chances of young people, run by The Health Foundation. This will be a transformational experience for the young people involved - developing their skills, networks &


2016-11-18T10:04:28+00:00November 18th, 2016|Ayrshire College, Kilwinning, Police Scotland|

Officers in North Ayrshire have been at the Kilwinning Campus of Ayrshire College in support of events held for Alcohol Awareness Week. Alcohol Awareness Week aims to promote safer drinking habits and increase awareness of support services that are available in North Ayrshire. A number of organisations supported the college events including the North

Conversation Cafes to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance

2016-11-02T09:38:59+00:00November 2nd, 2016|Ayrshire College, Irvine, Kilwinning|

The Ayrshire LGBT+ Development Group are holding a series of conversation cafes across Ayrshire to mark Transgender Day of Remembrance 2016 Join us, in a safe and supportive environment, to explore together the support needs of trans people in Ayrshire. Book your place at http://ow.ly/L2HH305fqfT 15 Nov Kilmarnock Campus, Ayrshire College 17 Nov Kilwinning Campus, Ayrshire

Participatory Budgeting (P.B.)

2016-10-17T10:17:13+00:00June 14th, 2016|Ayrshire College, Kilwinning|

P.B Arrives in Kilwinning On 19 March, the first participatory budgeting event took place in Ayrshire College Kilwinning Campus. These events are where a pot of money is available for Communities who must decide how best to spend it and what projects will make the biggest difference to their local area. Local groups, organisations and individuals are asked

Skills Centre for Excellence

2016-05-30T08:42:23+00:00May 30th, 2016|Ayrshire College, Partners News|

Ayrshire College This partnership of businesses, college, schools and council is a wonderful example of the benefit in offering more and varied routes through education and it is a deliberate connection between the skills that employers in North Ayrshire are calling out for, showing pupils the wide range of career opportunities out there, and offering them the best

College students assist anti-sectarianism initiative

2016-05-30T08:39:24+00:00April 13th, 2016|Ayrshire College, Partners News|

Ayrshire College Sport and Fitness students were recently involved in the ‘Colour of our Scarves’ event at Rugby Park, where over 100 school pupils were also taking part. ‘Colour of our Scarves’ is a project run by Supporters Direct Scotland and funded by the Scottish Government. The aim of this project is to tackle sectarianism in Scotland –

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