College and e-Careers collaborate to deliver more learning opportunities in South of Scotland

Dumfries and Galloway College (DGC) is delighted to announce a new partnership with e-Careers to offer students, communities and businesses cutting edge eLearning and Virtual Classroom courses. 

e-Careers develops and provides accredited professional training programmes which help people to either upskill or change career. 

With innovation lying at the heart of everything e-Careers does, they are the perfect partners for DGC as both organisations will strive to ensure all of the programmes on offer are engaging, effective, accessible and affordable.

 With more than 170 courses available in vocations such as Accounting, Business Analysis, Digital Marketing, Football and Networking & IT, there are subjects to suit everyone and various ways to study them. 

The eLearning platform offers a convenient and flexible method of studying, with a team of expert tutors on hand to assist along the journey. 

Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classrooms deliver globally recognised qualifications in the comfort of your own home and enables learners to engage with experienced trainers remotely.

Career Academy
These programmes provide the perfect fast-track solution — a blend of online and virtual classrooms, combined with the support of an in-house recruitment team.

College Principal Joanna Campbell said: “Dumfries and Galloway College shares the same ethos regarding innovation and education as e-Careers. 

“We believe that by offering people the opportunity to upskill or learn new skills it will bring long-term benefits to the South of Scotland region.” 

Jazz Gandhum, Founder of e-Careers, said: “We are thrilled to be working Dumfries and Galloway College. Our partnership provides an opportunity for additional learning for students and businesses, as well as allowing individuals to further their education or to fill skills gaps in the workforce.”