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Studying a 'Still in school' course is a great opportunity to develop new practical skills and increase your confidence.
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
solutions for your business.
Kirklees College offers the widest range of work-based learning opportunities to young people in Calderdale and Kirklees.
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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.
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 work with hundreds of local business across the region. Our dedicated team have the knowledge to help provide your staff with the right training.
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.
A training course to help people to get back into work and fill gaps in the local construction industry has also helped a local charity.
Kirklees College declared its Process Manufacturing Centre (PMC) open last week with over 60 project partners, local MPs, apprentices and its main funder, Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) attending a celebratory event.
Kirklees College is hoping its seventh year of partnership with Huddersfield Town will be a ‘lucky 7’ for the club
Kirklees College Deputy Principal June Durrant has stepped up to Acting Principal following the retirement of Peter McCann.
Kirklees College is looking for employers in Colne Valley and Holme Valley to offer engineering Apprenticeships.