Courses starting from January 2020

Missed out on a September 2019 start? Don't panic! We offer several part-time courses starting from January and February 2020. Start your new year with a new course at Bradford College and begin your journey to employment. Check out our full range of courses below.

Community Education courses 

We have a range of Community Education courses starting in January, as well as a full range of part-time courses for adults.

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You can enrol on our community courses (excluding ESOL) at the David Hockney Building (Ground Floor)

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Our next ESOL courses start in February. To apply for a course contact us on 01274 088088 or email [email protected]

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Courses for adults 19+

We offer free English and Maths courses for students aged 19+.

If you are aged 19+ we also offer help with funding and course fees

Distance and online courses

We have a wide range of Distance Learning courses, which include courses in Airfare & Ticketing, Health & Care and Team Leadership, which offer you the opportunity to study for and gain recognised accreditation. This includes an exciting range of online Access to Higher Education courses, which help to prepare students aged 19+ who wish to progress to University but do not have the traditional entry criteria (e.g. A Levels). 

In addition, we also offer online GCSE and A Level study programmes, in partnership with CloudLearn.

Progression to Learning & Work (formerly called Access to FE)*

*View the course page for more details and application information.

Progression to Learning and Work programmes are specially designed to enable you to progress onto further learning and will develop your social, emotional and employability skills. Maths and English will be embedded as part of the programme, the course will support you in making future choices surrounding which vocational study paths to choose.

Throughout your programme you will build skills through a well-developed programme of activities designed to promote and encourage independence. This will give you the chance to try out new and exciting activities or visit places of interest outside your local community.
*All students will be interviewed for suitability before enrolling.

For more information about the course listed above, please contact our Friendly Admissions Team:

e. [email protected]

t. 01274 088088

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For details about Further Education courses starting in September 2020 (including GCSEs, A Levels, BTEC, OCR, and UAL programmes), please contact our Admissions Team on 01274 088088 or email [email protected]

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Why not attend one of our upcoming Open Events

If you are 19+, you may have to pay course fees, unless you can qualify for fee remission.

For more information on enrolling on any of our courses, we're here to help.

Find out if you could be eligible for support. Support is also available for those aged 19+ for course fees, materials, and books, childcare. Or find out more about taking out an Advanced Learner Loan for a course at level 3 or above.