Supporting your business needs

We offer employers the best opportunities to provide the right training for your staff, advice on funding for training and develop tailor-made courses to suit your needs.

Supporting your business needs

Kirklees College has a dedicated business team who work with employers and businesses across the region to help access a wide range of training, development and services.

We can also offer you advice on funding for training, provide facilities for events and develop tailor made courses to suit your need.

Apprenticeships can help the development of your staff and achieve long term success. We train over 1500 apprentices across the region and we will fully support your business throughout the process.

Contact Us

Employers team

Tel: 0800 781 3020

Email: employers@kirkleescollege.ac.uk

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Off the shelf training

We offer a wide range of off the shelf training for you and your staff to take advantage of.

Your staff can learn new skills with our learning programmes, which can be about gaining qualifications, or just general courses.

Training can also take place at your business premises or at one of our nine training centres across Kirklees.

We can advise on funding your courses, including capitalising on the latest funding through the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership’s Sills Service of which Kirklees College is a ‘registered provider’.

Bespoke training

Bespoke training lets organisations take elements of ‘off the shelf’ training one step further by tailoring training courses to their specific business needs and goals.

Unique training packages can solve specific organisational problems; it may be some of your training is non-accredited and doesn’t result in a qualification but helps you achieve your business goal.

If you need bespoke training get in touch with us!

Packaged for you

Regardless of what training requirements you have, we can come up with a bespoke package for your company.

Cummins Turbo Technologies have been regularly using the college to provide technical training for their staff over the last five years.

The courses ensure that staff are trained to operate Cummins’ machines to their health and safety standards.

Employees receive a formal qualification to add to their own skills and experience on their CV.

Students built vital work skills as part of the college’s Employability Week.

Kirklees College is celebrating National Apprenticeship Week, which runs from March 6-10.

There’s going to be a Kirklees College Takeover at the Huddersfield Town versus Newcastle match on Saturday March 4.

Students on the Step Up Into Construction programme have given a helping hand with English lessons at Kirklees College.

Kirklees College’s new principal Marie Gilluley has started her new role as Principal and Chief Executive and is looking forward to the challenges it will bring.

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