3 July 2020
Bradford College has released its new Part-Time Courses for Adults 2020/21, providing exciting new learning opportunities for adults aged 19 and over.
The guide provides you with the chance to take up a new hobby, study for personal development or learn new skills for a career change or job promotion.
There will be a class for you
The guide contains details of Bradford College’s Community Learning Courses. These are planned to take place at the College and various locations across the city, as well as online. You could be wishing to improve key skills such as English, Maths or ICT, and there will be a class for you.
Do you want to learn something completely new and different? The College can open the door to a whole new range of skills. If you want to learn hair and beauty skills, there are courses in Asian Bridal Make Up, Beauty Therapy and Barbering.
Skills for business and leisure
For those with a sweet tooth, the Bakery, Cake Decorating and Chocolate Moulding classes could be perfect. There are opportunities to improve your confidence in languages such as Arabic, Polish, Spanish and Urdu to name but a few. Bradford College also offers skills for employment such as Customer Service or how to Start Your Own Business.
Courses could lead to qualifications
There are details of Accredited Courses in the Community, such as British Sign Language, Book-Keeping and Community Interpreting. All of these lead to recognised qualifications. Distance Learning courses allow you to gain qualifications in the comfort of your own home. They include Caring for Young Children and Young People, Understanding Autism and Counselling Skills.
Planning your next step
If you are considering a move into Further or Higher Education, Bradford College offers the chance to gain accredited qualifications and fit your learning in with your lifestyle. From our accredited FE qualifications such as GCSEs, BTECs and Access to HE, you can progress to Foundation and Undergraduate Degrees and Postgraduate qualifications. You can follow in the footsteps of Gemma Lincoln, who progressed from her Access to HE course to a Law Degree before being offered a scholarship to study at BPP University in Leeds.
You can take inspiration from Benjie Kusita, a BA Media Makeup with Special Effects student who fitted in her degree with looking after her young son, running her own business and supporting her mother’s therapy business. In December 2019 she was named the Association of Colleges’ Higher Education Student of the Year.
For September all enrolments will take place online. Full information on how to do this can be found on our website or in the new course guide.