Part-time courses at Kirklees College
People enrol on a part time course for many reasons; for fun, to build friendships, to spend time with family, for health reasons and most importantly, to develop their skills.
Competition for jobs is stronger than ever and having the right skills is essential to succeed professionally. Whether you want a complete change in direction or your ambition is to move to the next level, there are hundreds of options for you at Kirklees College. A course will help you boost your CV as well as your confidence.
Skills stretch further than the workplace; a part time course can help you improve your wellbeing and introduce you to new friends.
Whatever your experience of learning in the past, there are plenty of opportunities to try something new and enrich your life.
Many of our adult education courses are available to enrol and pay via our
online store and have courses starting in September, January and April.
Courses in your community
Kirklees College is delighted to offer a wide variety of learning opportunities throughout our community. We provide courses in English and maths, IT, Family learning, Employability and Health and Wellbeing as well as lots of special interest courses for leisure. To find out what is going on in your area contact the team on 01484 437070.
If you represent a community group then we may be able to bespoke a course for your specific needs. Recent examples of this include training for volunteer community tutors and food safety courses for community groups that provide catering. We have a large team of professional tutors with a diverse range of skills so if you have particular training needs in mind then send your enquiry to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be in touch to discuss your requirements.
Studying an apprenticeship with Kirklees College in Huddersfield or Dewsbury means you can earn a wage, work in an organisation and gain a qualification.
Association of Accounting Technicians
Our AAT qualifications are based on real-world knowledge, supported by in-depth expertise. Its value is so widely known that firms like Vodafone, the NHS, the Metropolitan Police and KPMG actively seek AAT qualified staff for their knowledge, skills, diligence and enthusiasm.
View details of our AAT courses
Do I qualify for fee discount?
Kirklees College wants to encourage as many people to get involved with our courses as possible. Some of the college’s adult education courses can be offered at a discounted fee for adults (aged 19 or over) who are in receipt of certain state benefits.
You will need to sign a declaration form when you come into college for your first lesson, or to collect your student ID card.
You may be eligible for a fee discount:
(a) If you are unemployed/not working AND claiming one of the following benefits at the start of the course and this is an ongoing claim. You will need to sign a declaration form to confirm this when you come into college. Benefits that qualify for discounted fees:
- Council Tax Reduction (excluding single occupancy)
- Employment and Support Allowance (Income Related)
- Housing Benefit
- Income Support
- Unemployed person named on a joint claim for Working Tax Credit with a household income under £15,276
(b) If you are in receipt of the below benefits at the start of the course:
- Employment Support Allowance (ESA) Work Related Activity Group (WRAG)
- Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) (inc. those receiving National Insurance Credits only).
If you would like advice on whether you qualify to pay the discounted fee, please contact the information team at Kirklees College on 01484 437070 or email: email@example.com
Contact Kirklees College
To find out more about part time courses, please contact:
Tel: 01484 437070
Part time courses - January 2015
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