Kirklees College is preparing for its Spring term open days, as applications for all courses are now open. The open days will take place at all Huddersfield centres on Saturday 18 March, 10.30am – 12.30pm and all Dewsbury centres on Wednesday 29 March, 5.30 – 7.30pm.
Kirklees College is one of the largest Further Education colleges in West Yorkshire, offering a uniquely vocational education for people of all ages and backgrounds. There is a multitude of courses on offer at Kirklees College, including 16 -18 courses, T Levels and courses for adults including Higher Education programmes.
The first March open day, on 18 March, will see the college’s Huddersfield Centre, Brunel Construction Centre, Engineering Centre and Taylor Hill Animal Care Centre open their doors to visitors. On 29 March, Pioneer Higher Skills Centre and Springfield Sixth Form Centre in Dewsbury will be open to prospective students.
The college has invested in new specialist facilities to support its students in preparing for their chosen career. For example, at Pioneer Higher Skills Centre there is a simulation nursery for Education & Childcare T Level students and at Huddersfield Centre, there is a mock nursing ward for those on the Health & Social Care T Level.
The open days give prospective students a unique opportunity to come and see the college for themselves and the environment they will be studying in. Visitors can ask tutors questions, go on guided tours of our centres, find out about enrichment opportunities and much more.
People can book a space on one of our March open days and find out more by visiting: www.kirkleescollege.ac.uk/open-days