West Lothian College has set out its commitment to science, technology, engineering and mathematics provision for the next three years.
The college was one of only two in Scotland to achieve the prestigious STEM Assured Standard in 2015. The standard provides a robust framework which recognises excellence.
Principal of West Lothian College Mhairi Harrington said: “West Lothian College is committed to taking forward our STEM manifesto which includes engagement with local and regional employers, civic leaders and other key stakeholders to enhance our programmes and increase learners’ achievements and employment prospects.
“We are committed to working across the college with STEM-related programmes in business, health, sports, engine construction and built environment, information and communication technology, and science and maths, all of these being part of the drive for improvement.
“This is an exciting time for West Lothian College. Putting STEM at the heart of our agenda for change will be pivotal to achieving our aims for excellence in learning and teaching, excellent learner results and to be an excellent business.”