Faculty of Leisure & Lifestyle

The Faculty offers a wide range of courses covering Hairdressing, Beauty, Fitness, Sports Coaching, Sports Therapy, Food and Hospitality.

Many are offered at HNC and HND level, and we have a wide range of courses available on a Full Time, Part Time, Evening, and Saturday basis.

Courses are delivered by dedicated teaching staff in excellent facilities supported by industry standard equipment.

There must be a viable level of interest in a course for it to run and all courses run at the sole discretion of the college. If a place is not available on your chosen course, the college will take all reasonable measures to offer you a place on a comparable course. City of Glasgow College reserves the right to amend or update this information at any time.

This course accepts year 2 direct entrants. For more information go to the year 2 tab above. Exciting and challenging, this is a full-time, two-year course. You’ll study beauty treatments and related subjects to...
This course is designed to prepare the student for entry to HNC Soft Tissue Therapy/ HND Sports Therapy.
This degree programme in Hospitality is run in partnership with Edinburgh Napier University. It gives hospitality students a qualification that is recognised nationally and internationally. The main focus is to provide the...
These courses introduce and develop the skills and knowledge you’ll need for sports coaching. The principles of good coaching practice are examined and a wide practical and theoretical knowledge of games and sports is...
Do you enjoy working with people? Do you want to help them look after themselves and their health? If so, this could be the course for you. This advanced level course develops skills involved within Complementary Therapies,...
Part 1 - Anatomy Physiology You will study the systems of the body with emphasis on the circulatory and lymphatic systems and in depth anatomy. Disorders of the body systems. This has to be covered prior to Part 2 - Body...
This course will increase your knowledge of specific wine regions as well as giving you the opportunity to further develop wine tasting techniques. A trip around the globe will explore the wines from the key regions of: France...
The Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 states that anyone who authorises the sale of alcohol to the public must hold a personal licence. This one-day course has been developed to meet the training specifications of the Scottish...
This short course has been developed to meet the training specifications of the Scottish Government and ALL local licensing boards throughout Scotland.  Under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005 all staff, including part...
This is an introductory course for anyone who wants to learn how to cook. A list of ingredients will be given on the first class to purchase from the 2nd week onwards.
tableware
food science
woman cutting hair
makeup face shot
woman getting makeover
volleyball player
boxer
sports shoes
cakes