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Bradford College

Construction & Engineering

Wherever you’re starting from, we can take you higher!

Whether you’re starting with the basics or have years of experience and want to progress to the next level – we have a course for you.

If you’re leaving school or are 16-18 and looking for a career in construction then this is the college for you.

Our workshops provide a different experience to school – learn hands on techniques for practical professions and take it to the next level with our advanced qualifications.

Level Up with a HND or HNC

Advanced qualifications to help you go further

BSc (Hons) (Top-up) Civil Engineering Project Management

Construction & Engineering Trade & Professional University

BSc (Hons) (Top-up) Civil Engineering Project Management


Study LevelLevel 6
Duration1 year Full-time, 2 years Part-time
Start DateSeptember 2023
BSc (Hons) (Top-up) Construction Management

Construction & Engineering Trade & Professional University

BSc (Hons) (Top-up) Construction Management


Study LevelLevel 6
Duration1 year Full-time, 2 years Part-time
Start DateSeptember 2023
Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Construction – Management)

Construction & Engineering Trade & Professional University

Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Construction – Management)


Study LevelLevel 5
Duration2 years Full-time, 3 years Part-time
Start DateSeptember 2023
Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)

Construction & Engineering Trade & Professional University

Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering)


Study LevelLevel 4
Duration1 year Full-time, 18 months Part-time
Start DateSeptember 2023
It’s important that colleges and training providers produce work-ready individuals. Investing in things like hybrid and electric means that Bradford College will be able to, where relevant, add additional qualifications onto their existing curriculum to make sure that the people who are being produced at the end are absolutely work-ready. That’s important not only for apprenticeships but also for full-time study programmes where people are going into an open market looking for work, these people will have an advantage because they’ve got more on their CV which makes them more employable Chris Cotterill” UK Business Development Manager, The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI)”

Latest News

Carpentry Skills Help Bring Historic Walled Garden Back to Life

Carpentry Skills Help Bring Historic Walled Garden Back to Life

8th August 2022


Carpentry students from Bradford College have kindly volunteered their services to help a community garden project at Yorkshire Water’s Esholt Hall site. The historic building is being renovated as a flagship Centre of Excellence for Yorkshire Water’s training academy. Bradford College students on the City & Guilds Technical Certificate in Carpentry are enhancing their skills by gaining […]

Bradford Students Represent College at Prestigious ‘Guild of Bricklayers’ Competition

Bradford Students Represent College at Prestigious ‘Guild of Bricklayers’ Competition

8th June 2022


Construction students from across the region battled it out in an intense one-day competition to test their bricklaying skills. The Yorkshire heat of the Guild of Bricklayers competition was held on 27th May at Hull College’s construction workshop and was the first year the competition had taken place since Covid restrictions were lifted. The Guild […]

Supporting Business

We work with businesses across West Yorkshire to upskill their teams in a range of construction and engineering courses. Get in touch to see how we can support you.