Construction

Benefit from specialist staff, and specialist equipment and workshop facilities to learn your chosen trade.

A word from us

Construction is a vast worldwide industry, and the range of activities and job opportunities is also vast.

Think about your own house or the buildings around you, you’ll have an opinion on whether they look good, are well designed or well made, and you’ll be interested in doing something about it.

Our study programmes and Apprenticeships cover many trades including brickwork, electrical, joinery, plastering and plumbing.

Whether you’re starting out in your career, or have had previous experience, our industry-experienced teaching team will give you the skills you need.

And because we are industry-led, your CV will have a massive boost which will help you find work in any of the specialist areas that you decide to follow with us.

We have great links with local trades, plus we are really proactive with skills competitions so you have a great opportunity to gain confidence, and raise your profile with employers.

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Did you know?

Our industry standard facilities have received considerable investment to give you the best opportunities working with the best equipment.

A word from our students

Without my tutors I wouldn't be here, now that I have learnt the skills I need for my trade.

Richard Wilson
Course: Brickwork Level 3

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We have 10 Construction courses for School leavers.

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News

Art and design students at Kirklees College are preparing for their annual show – Create 17.

Congratulations to Level 3 business student Tiffany Boland who has reached the finals of a national competition.

VIP guests were invited to a bolt-tightening ceremony at Kirklees College’s Springfield Centre to mark progress with the building work.

Kirklees College has been ‘floored’ by the generosity of a Leeds company who donated a selection of laminate panels to its construction department.

Pagid, the UK’s biggest-selling braking brand, is helping the next generation of motor mechanics by supporting automotive courses at Kirklees College.

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