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Calderdale Adult Learning (CAL)
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Calderdale Adult Learning (CAL) provides a wide range of learning opportunities if you want to learn for personal interest and wellbeing or to gain skills for a job and to help with your career progression. There are also a range of courses aimed at families learning together.
01422 357 357
Calderdale College is the largest provider of further education (post-16) courses and work-based learning (Apprenticeships) and the sole provider of higher education awards in Calderdale, a Metropolitan Borough in West Yorkshire.
Calderdale College engages around 4,500 learners from sites across Calderdale. Our main campus is at Francis Street, Halifax but we also deliver building, construction skills at North Halifax Skills Centre and motor vehicle and engineering at our Motivate Centre. At Ryburn High School we have a Construction Academy, and in Brighouse we have the Mark Riley Hair Academy. In addition we also teach construction courses in Huddersfield. We are the sole provider of higher education courses in the borough.
Halifax Careers Centre
16 Alexandra Street
Young people can drop-in and speak to an adviser Monday to Friday, between 10am and 4pm, we also have an adult drop in service for advice everyday at 10am to 1pm or you can ring to make an appointment. It’s worth knowing that the centre can be busy between 12 noon and 2pm.
Advisers in our centres can help you…
…whatever your age:
- Discover the jobs and careers that suit you
- Plan your next step
- Job search help
- Search online for jobs, including our Vacancies for new entrants
Forster Community College
2 Captain Street
01274 308 707
The College’s mission is to inspire and support people who have yet to fulfill their potential. This often means learners come from hard to reach groups such as young people who are not in education, employment or training – so called NEETs.
The focus of provision is on meeting the learning needs of disadvantaged groups and individuals; many of who come from Bradford’s most economically and socially deprived communities. The College offers a welcoming, friendly and supportive learning environment underpinned by an enthusiastic and committed workforce. The College also recognises the importance of focusing vocational learning and training on the needs of local employers.
University of Huddersfield
01484 422 288
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Whatever you aim to do in life, it pays to get a good education. And with high standards of teaching and learning and excellent facilities that’s exactly what our students can expect from the University of Huddersfield. Based right in the town centre and at the heart of the local community, we help thousands of people, from school leavers to those returning to education after a gap, achieve their goals each year.