Young people living in rural communities are being encouraged to sign up for the Young Rural Change Makers Programme, focused on leadership and enterprise skills, being, run by the Rural Youth Project.
Sixteen nurses have become the first cohort to graduate from an innovative midwifery pilot programme at the The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI).
UHI have established proven ways of learning through technology and delivering an active personalised experience to students.
Aberdeen University has developed a free online course on mindfulness.
The Overblikk restaurant at Orkney College have again produced a superbly cooked and presented Christmas lunch.
The new BSc Paramedic Practice at RGU will be delivered from September 2020, giving students access to improved and more localised education and training opportunities.
“This is a fantastic resource which will help people with varying degrees of internet experience.”
A free online course exploring the life, work and legacy of one of Scotland’s greatest literary figures is being offered by the University of Aberdeen.
The project aims to take people through the whole archaeological process from finding objects in the field, to mapping, processing finds, and interpreting the results. Participants will produce internationally significant research in the World Heritage area, contribute to the wider understanding of these sites and landscapes through time, and learn new skills.
Orkney College UHI are offering two new courses where you can learn some new cookery skills – ‘Dinner Party Success’ and ‘Let’s Get Baking’.