Still in school (14-16)

Increase your confidence

We offer our ‘Still in school’ students the chance to build your skills and boost your confidence by working in industry standard facilities across our wide range of courses.

Increase your confidence

Our ‘still at school’ courses are a great opportunity for you to develop new practical skills as well as build confidence.

In agreement with your school you can choose from a range of subject areas as well as different qualification levels.

You will study towards a vocational qualification alongside your school studies with our classes running across our Huddersfield and Dewsbury centres.

The classes on our ‘still at school’ courses are usually smaller than your school class with a maximum number of 14 students per class. We will be announcing new classes for 2016/17 very soon.

We will also give you the opportunity to work in industry standard facilities including: workshops, salons and kitchens to name a few.

Taster Sessions

Tasters are a great way to find out about a subject area and decide if it’s the right option for you. They are open to students in Years 9-13. Sessions are targeted to Years 11-13 during October to December, Years 9-10 during January to March and Year 9 during April to June.

Download our taster activities booklet to see what we have to offer.

If you have any questions then please contact the schools liaison team on or call us on 01484 437092.


Kirklees College offers some of the most exciting courses throughout our centres in Huddersfield and Dewsbury, including:

  • Animal care
  • Beauty therapy
  • Catering
  • Childhood studies
  • Construction crafts
  • Drama
  • Film studies
  • Hairdressing
  • Health and social care
  • Media
  • Photography
  • Travel and tourism

School pupils put their entrepreneurial skills to the test in a challenge at Kirklees College.

Young aspiring chefs from schools across West Yorkshire enjoyed the sweet taste of success in a cooking competition at Kirklees College yesterday.

Art students at Kirklees College are preparing for their annual show – Create 16.

Students and staff at Kirklees College were presented with awards for helping in the community.

Kirklees college Art & Design team are inviting budding photographers from all our surrounding schools to take part in the Kirklees College Portrait of the Year Competition 2016.

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