Kirklees College has launched its Adult course guide for the 2020/21 academic year.

The guide showcases the wide range of courses on offer, from one day courses through to evening classes and professional recognised certificates, to support learners in returning to education, self-improvement or a career change.

The adult curriculum covers a variety of subject areas, including Business, Construction, Engineering, Hair and Beauty, Science, Hospitality and Catering, Teaching and more.

The college also offers community courses in areas such as yoga, arts and crafts and IT – all of which are designed to improve learners work prospects, life skills and mental wellbeing.

In response to the coronavirus pandemic, the college has introduced a number of online courses this year to offer learners flexible study options and support in remote learning.

Mark Bennington, Vice Principal Corporate Operations at Kirklees College, said: As a result of the coronavirus pandemic, there is set to be an increase in demand for skilled workers in certain sectors. Our specialist Adult courses aim to support adult learners to upskill or retrain and gain valuable employability skills that will prove beneficial in the post-COVID job market and help them adapt to the new challenges in the workplace.”

To download the Adult course guide, please visit