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The pandemic has been difficult for many, and it may have left you rethinking your career path. Whether you’re looking to upskill, you’ve been made redundant or you’re unemployed, we’re here to help you.
We’re committed to supporting the community by offering a wide range of exciting full-time and part-time courses to improve future job prospects. We also pride ourselves on developing outstanding industry links and providing successful routes to employment. Remote learning is available and we’re here to support you every step of the way.
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What can I study?
- Level 2 qualifications – courses equivalent to GCSEs that provide fundamental skills for the next step in employment or progression to Level 3
- Level 3 qualifications – courses equivalent to A levels, T Levels and apprenticeships that offer a route to higher education
- Access to HE – Level 3 programmes that get you to university in just one year
- GCSEs – study for valuable English and maths qualifications
- ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) – improve your verbal and written English skills
- Foundation Studies – gain essential life skills
Introducing the Skills Support Hub
We are a central driver for economic recovery, partnering with local support services to help adults and young people back into work.
That’s why we launched the Skills Support Hub, a community initiative to get people who’ve been made redundant, furloughed or unemployed into the right organisations for upskilling, career advice and building confidence.
Working with Bradford Council, SkillsHouse, DWP and local employers, alongside funding from the European Social Fund, our team of experts will identify the needs of each individual and create a talent pool that matches people to relevant employers.
“We’re committed to supporting as many people as possible at such a challenging time. The hub will be based in a Covid-safe environment at Keighley College, where we can identify individual training needs that we can address or signpost to a relevant organisation.”
Steve Kelly, Principal at Keighley College