West Highland College UHI
West Highland College, formerly known as Lochaber College, founded in 1998 is a full Academic Partner of the University of the Highlands and Islands Millennium Institute (UHIMI), and seeks to meet the learning needs and aspirations of the communities of Lochaber on an open inclusive basis to the highest possible standards.
The College negotiates, co-ordinates and quality assures learning opportunities from a wide range of providers both from within the UHI and the local community. At each of our learning centres in Lochaber, we offer further education and higher education courses accessible on an evening, part-time, full-time, or modular basis, from leisure classes to full degree programmes.
Aims and Objectives
To stimulate the demand for training and learning
To improve the match between demand and supply
To help individuals grow personally and professionally
To help businesses grow by developing skills at all levels
To help communities to grow through local delivery
To encourage the development of training services
There are currently five linked Centres which together form West Highland College: Fort William, Kinlochleven, Mallaig, Kilchoan and Strontian, and the key aim of the college staff team in each is to provide the most welcoming and supportive learning environment possible for students of all ages and of all disciplines.
If you would like to find out more about West Highalnd College's 3-year, Outdoor Adventure Course, The College website has video clips showing several aspects of the courses on offer and you can also request a course leaflet at any time.
West Highalnd College, An Aird, Fort William, Inverness-Shire, Scotland, PH33 6A
tel: 01397 874 000