Fife College

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Fife College student Monika Cook has started a new career with a local construction company after studying an HND in Quantity Surveying. Monika, from Kirkcaldy, is due to complete her HND in June but has already secured a quantity surveying traineeship with local firm Napier CS Ltd.

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Fife Council leaders David Alexander and David Ross were joined by pupils, project contractors and council officers yesterday to mark the beginning of construction work at the new Dunfermline Learning Campus.

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Fife College and Fife Council Economic Development are launching a major new initiative that develops opportunities for small and medium-sized construction businesses as they recover, sustain and seek ways of working more efficiently, following the major challenges of COVID-19 and exiting the EU.

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Scottish businesses of all sizes will have a unique opportunity to learn about a huge range of contract opportunities on two major construction projects in Fife at a virtual ‘Meet the Buyer’ event on November 4, as part of Fife Business Week. Delegates will hear about the range of opport

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Office manager Gill Grant and managing director Chris Devanny from Timber Garden Buildings Scotland have both completed a CMI Level 8 Diploma in Management and Leadership at Fife College’s Andrew Carnegie Business School, allowing them to become Chartered Managers. status recognises managers w

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Fife College has rolled out a new bespoke virtual desktop for construction students which gives them access to a range of high spec software from home. Built Environment and Interior Design students across the College can now use programmes, such as AutoCAD, Revit, Google SketchupPro and the Adobe D

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Fife College has appointed the project management team that will deliver its new Dunfermline campus. Following a rigorous procurement process, construction and property consultancy firm Gardiner & Theobald was chosen to form the multi-disciplinary project management and design team.

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Home improvements company CR Smith has resumed its apprenticeship programme following the introduction of COVID protocols and full risk assessment with partners Fife College to ensure a safe learning environment. Eight apprentice joiners are now back on course to complete their apprenticeships next

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The Scottish Government has made funding available for a new shared learning campus to replace the fire-hit Woodmill High School in Dunfermline. Education secretary John Swinney said the proposed joint learning campus would bring together pupils, students and staff at Woodmill High, St Columba&rsquo

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Fife College has been showcasing its industry-leading credentials by running an innovative training programme in partnership with construction firm Balfour Beatty. The three-day course in AutoDesk Revit – a fundamental computerised modelling tool used to plan, design, construct and manage buil

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