Open Days

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Why come to an open day?

There’s lots of information available about our courses and facilities here on our website, but we think that potential students like you, would really benefit from a visit to one of our centres.

Our Open Days are focused on you and your educational needs. On the day you will be able to speak to tutors, view our first class facilities/social spaces and even get first hand insights from some of our current students.

If you’re undecided about what course or apprenticeship might be right for you, our careers advisors will also be available to talk you through your options.

Read on to find out which centre you should attend and be sure to pre-register today to avoid queues on the day!

Please note that only Huddersfield and Engineering centres will be open Tuesday 4 July.

Sign up to an open day

We recommend pre-registering online on to an open day to save yourself time from filling out forms on the day of the event.

Which centre should I attend?

Find out which centre you need to attend on open day for the course that you are interested in studying.

Huddersfield based centres

Huddersfield Centre

Access to Higher Education, Animal Care and Agriculture, Apprenticeships in Process Manufacturing/Warehousing Art and Design, Business and Enterprise, Childhood Studies, Computing, Construction, Country side and Equine, ESOL, Foundation Learning, Hair and Beauty, Health and Social Care, Horse Management and Horse Care, Hospitality and Catering, Media, Music and Performance, Public and Uniformed Services, Science, Sport and Travel and Tourism, Storage and Logistics

Engineering Centre

Engineering, Motor Vehicle

Brunel Construction Centre (No open days scheduled)


 Hargate Hill Equestrian Centre (No open days scheduled)

Animal Care, Horse Management and Horse Care

Highfields Centre for Media, Music and Performing Arts (No open days scheduled)

Media, Music and Performance

 Process Manufacturing Centre (No open days scheduled)

Apprenticeships in Process Manufacturing/Warehousing, Storage and Logistics.

Taylor Hill Centre (No open days scheduled)

Animal Care, Countryside and Equine

Dewsbury based Centres

Batley School of Art 

Art, Design, Fashion and Photography

Dewsbury Centre  (No open days scheduled)

Access to Higher Education, Business, Childhood Studies, Computing, Construction, ESOL, Foundation learning, Hair and Beauty, Health and Social Care, Motor Vehicle (Entry Level 3 and Level 1)

Our centres

Find out all you need to know about our centres

Register Online

Open Day top tips

  • Make sure to check which centre you will need to attend for the course you are interested in studying in.
  • We recommend you spend a good hour on your open day visit. This will give you enough time to talk to curriculum staff as well as have a look around our facilities.
  • You might find it helpful to make a list of any questions that you have before coming to an open day. Don’t be embarrassed to bring a pen and paper to write down answers.
  • If you are a school leaver it is useful to bring a parent/carer with you. They will help you remember things, and may have questions of their own.
  • Check the entry requirements for the course you are interested in studying.
  • If you receive additional learning support (ALS) in school then don’t forget to visit the ALS team, they will ensure that we pick up that support in college.
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