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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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We offer the best range of work-based opportunities across Kirklees and Calderdale.
Aged 16-24? Need to get ‘work ready’? Then our Traineeships scheme is just for you!
We can help you to prepare for an Apprenticeship, full time course and even full time employment with our Traineeships scheme.
A Traineeship combines college studies with work placements and aims to prepare you for work as well as improve your English and Maths skills and offers employability skills workshops.
Employers tell us that some young people lack the right skills and attitudes to be in the workplace when they apply for an Apprenticeship or other employment.
Traineeships were introduced by the Government to address these issues by offering:
Trainees will be aged 16 to 24 year, and the programme with us usually takes 13 weeks, and it’s free to you.
The aim following you hosting a Traineeship placement, is that we will have a better prepared, more confident “candidate” that you would then take on as a full apprentice.
Plastering student Shane Robinson is a finalist in the prestigious Plaisterer of the Year Award
Minister of State for Apprenticeships and Skills Anne Milton gives Kirklees Engineering Centre rave reviews
Kirklees College Engineering Centre host CKMA Event
Kirklees College has won a prestigious national award celebrating the most inclusive practice for young people with special educational needs and disabilities.
Student Adam Ali has been named National Entrepreneur of the Year after wowing judges – including Dragons’ Den’s Peter Jones CBE - with his business idea.