Keighley College has a long and successful history of working in partnership with schools, Pupil Referral Units, youth and community organisations across the Keighley and Bradford area.
We are a team of passionate, committed educators who have a wealth of experience in delivering vocational qualifications within Keighley College to school students from year 9 to year 13.
The schools team works across every curriculum faculty at the College to offer programmes and accreditation at all levels to ensure that every student is catered for. The College recognises the value of working in collaboration with schools, parent/carers and students in promoting opportunities; we work closely with a large number of schools and other partners to design and deliver accredited vocational programmes for school students.
We currently work with a broad range of schools and providers offering a range of vocational courses which help to provide individual students with a vibrant learning experience.
Options currently available:
OPTION 1: VOCATIONAL PROGRAMMES These courses are delivered either one half day a week over two years or one day a week for one year in accordance to school requirements and include: Hair & Beauty Therapy, Childcare, Motor Vehicle, Fabrication & Welding, Engineering, Sport, Creative Media, Brickwork, Plumbing, Joinery and Electrical.
OPTION 2: ALTERNATIVE CURRICULUM PROGRAMME We can offer a bespoke programme of study for individual students or groups accessing the majority of vocational courses delivered at College. This delivery model could range from part time study with school or a full time provision place in one of our full time courses.
OPTION 3: ELECTED HOME EDUCATED (EHE) If you are home educated, we are able to offer a range of study options to complement your current study programmes which could include GCSE Maths, English and Science alongside full time vocational courses.
OPTION 4: SEND CAROUSEL This specialist provision is designed to give SEND (Special Educational Needs and Disability) students a college experience. The programme enables students to gain new skills and to develop personally and socially in preparation for transition into college at Post 16 or Post 19. Vocational areas may include Hair & Beauty, Hospitality, Public Services, Star Centre, Fab Lab, Brickwork, Joinery, Electrical and Motor Vehicle.
TRANSITION The Transition and Engagement Team are available to plan and deliver transition events, tasters, tours and presentations Supporting the transition of young people into further education. The team offers a suite of options for individual or groups from Schools, Academies, Foundation Learners, elected home educated and PRUs, for their students, parents/carers and staff.
To discuss your requirements please email: firstname.lastname@example.org