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Kirklees College can offer you more than most when it comes to full time courses.
There are hundreds of options for you at Kirklees College. A course will help you boost your CV as well as your confidence.
Kirklees College offers an exciting programme of degree level courses at a range of centres.
We have extensive experience of sourcing appropriate training
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Kirklees College offers the widest range of work-based learning opportunities to young people in Calderdale and Kirklees.
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Our Adult courses give you the opportunity to develop your work skills and boost your confidence. Not only do our adult courses help boost your CV but they also help enrich your life!
Competition for jobs is stronger than ever and having the right skills is essential for success.
Having the right qualifications is important and at Kirklees College we have countless part time courses waiting for you.
Whether you are looking to have a go at something fun or need the qualifications to progress further in your chosen career path, there will be something for you available at Kirklees College.
Not only will our part time courses help to improve your CV, they will help to build your confidence as well.
Regardless of prior experience, there are plenty of opportunities available at Kirklees College for you to try something new and enrich your life.
Former Kirklees College student Jodie Whittaker has landed one of the biggest roles available on British TV.
Deputy Principal June Durrant will be bidding farewell to Kirklees College when she retires this week.
Congratulations to Beauty student Aaishah Patel, who completed in the World Skills competition at Bradford College last week and came second in her heat.
Kirklees College has celebrated the success of a project which aimed to give unemployed people construction skills to help them find jobs.
Students put their creative writing to the test in our annual short story competition.