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Bradford College Progression to learning and work

What does it do?

Community education offers a wide range of courses to prepare people for work and independence skills. These demand lead courses have been designed to meet the Employability and independent living targets for learners aged 19+ Students can engage with as many classes as they require in the week. The courses run for 9 weeks after which students can enrol onto the improvers and then onto advanced in any year.

Who is it for?

The courses are for any people over the age of 19 who want to work and become more independent You can do as many courses through the week as you would like to do

How do I access it?

You would get in touch with our team and book your place then you would be told where the class will run and then you would make your way to class.

How can I find out more?

Telephone: Manager Duncan Burnett 01274433322

Website: click here

Are you not sure what your next steps are? If you have no formal qualifications, or limited GCSE grades, don’t worry! One of our progression courses could be perfect to help shape your future.

On our Progression to Learning programme, we will support you to build your confidence, develop new skills and help you improve your English and Maths. Our tutors will provide you with a wide range of stimulating, educational and enjoyable activities in and out of the classroom.

With our guidance and support, you’ll grow in self-confidence and gain the skills you need to pursue further study or to start a successful career.

If you have any disabilities and/or learning difficulties and would like to become more confident in completing day-to-day tasks by yourself, maybe our Skills for Independent Living study programme can help. On this course, our tutors will support you to develop your communication, reading, writing and maths skills for use in your home life and for the workplace. You’ll join in with tasks and activities that will teach you how to manage your own money, cook your own food and plan your own career. With our support and guidance, you’ll grow in confidence and gain the skills you need to live an independent life.

We have strong links with organisations such as Bradford Disability Sport & Leisure and the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme, proving you with opportunities to grow your talents.

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