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Bradford College Independent living courses

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


All courses include fee waivers for those on benefits

Money management

Searching for a job

Job club, preparing for working life.

Confidence with Maths

Confidence with English

Cooking for independent living and work

Social and personal development, confidence building.

Teamwork skills

Mindfulness training

Crafts for health, wellbeing and enterprise

Managing leisure time work health and wellbeing

Keyboard skills

Office skills preparation

Sewing and soft furnishings for enterprise

Look good feel good for health and employability

Tenancy, being an excellent tenant.

Jewellery for health, wellbeing and enterprise

Crafts for health, wellbeing and enterprise

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