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PART-TIME COURSES FOR ADULTS 2019-2020


Contents

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Welcome to Bradford College

04 - 05

How to Apply and Enrol

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Student Welfare and Support

07 - 10

Fees and Finance Information

11 - 21

Learning for Leisure Courses

22 - 25

Accredited Courses in the Community

26 - 27

Distance Learning

28 - 35

English and Maths

36 - 41

Further Education Courses

42 - 51

Higher Education Courses

52 - 53

Forster College

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Venue Locations

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Prospectus Information

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: information@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Our part-time courses for adults aged 19 and over are offered at both our city centre campus and a variety of centres in the Bradford area. Offered at different times of the day, we aim to ensure that classes fit in with your work and family commitments.

For full course details and further information visit bradfordcollege.ac.uk, call 01274 433333 or email admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

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Whether you want to take up a new hobby, study for your own personal development, or improve your skills for a career change or job promotion, we have something for you.

Part-time Courses for Adults

Welcome to Bradford College

OVER

185 YEARS

OF EDUCATION, ENTERPRISE & EMPLOYMENT

FIT YOUR STUDY IN WITH

WORK AND FAMILY LIFE

IMPROVE YOUR

CAREER PROSPECTS

LEARN A

NEW HOBBY

Open Events Our Open Events are the perfect way for you to find out more about studying at Bradford College. You can speak with tutors, current students, take a tour of our campus and apply on the day.

Come see for yourself 2019

2020

Sat 06 Jul Thu 22 Aug Thu 26 Sep Sat 16 Nov

Sat 21 Mar Wed 01 Jul Thu 20 Aug

For details of times and venues, and to pre-register your place visit:

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/openevents

How to apply see pages 4-5

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How to Apply and Enrol

How to Apply and Enrol Applying for one of our part-time courses is easy. Choose a course you’d like to study and look below in the relevant section to see what you need to do next.

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Learning for Leisure Courses

(pages 11 - 21)

If you would like to study one of our Learning for Leisure courses, please call us on 01274 433333 or email admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk. Alternatively, you can come to the David Hockney Building on our main city centre campus and enrol on any of the dates below:

July

Wed 10 Jul

August

September

10:00 – 18:00

Sat 7 Sep

10:00 – 13:00

Wed 11 Sep

10:00 – 18:00

Mon 16 Sep

10:00 – 16:00

Wed 7 Aug

10:00 – 18:00

Tue 17 Sep

10:00 – 16:00

Wed 14 Aug

10:00 – 18:00

Wed 18 Sep

10:00 – 18:00

Thurs 19 Sep 10:00 – 16:00 Fri 20 Sep

10:00 – 15:00

Postal Enrolments

If you cannot attend any of the enrolment dates, please contact us on 01274 433333 and we will send you a postal enrolment form. Complete and return along with a passport-sized photograph and payment or proof of any fee concessions for which you are eligible. Details of fee concessions can be found on page 8.

Accredited Courses in the Community (pages 22 - 25) To apply for any course within the Accredited Courses in the Community section please either apply online at bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apply or call us on 01274 433333. These courses require an interview and we will contact you with an interview date. Once you have attended your interview we will provide you with enrolment details. Enrolment will take place between July – September 2019.

Distance Learning

(pages 26 - 27)

If you are interested in applying for one of our Distance Learning courses please email our Distance Learning team at distancelearning@bradfordcollege.ac.uk with the details of the course you are interested in.

English and Maths (pages 28 - 35) 19+ English and Maths To apply and enrol for a 19+ English and/or Maths course, please contact Admissions either by email admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk or call 01274 433333. We will then arrange a suitable assessment date for you. Enrolment will take place after your assessment appointment.

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ESOL Courses Applications for ESOL courses are now open. You can apply at our main campus, The David Hockney Building, call us on 01274 433333 or apply online at bradfordcollege.ac.uk/ apply. For more information on ESOL courses see pages 30 - 34.

English Language Centre For details on how to apply for the English Language Centre please visit our website: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/ study/international/elc/apply

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


To apply for any course within the Further Education section please either call us on 01274 433333 or apply online at bradfordcollege.ac.uk/apply.

Higher Education Courses (pages 42 - 51) To apply for a part-time Higher Education course, please contact our Registrar Services team at registrarservices@bradfordcollege.ac.uk or call 01274 433008. Once you have applied and been accepted onto your chosen course, we will send you details of how to enrol.

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These courses require an interview and we will contact you with an interview date after you have applied. As enrolment takes place between July – September 2019, you will receive information about how to enrol after your interview. Enrolment details will also be published on the home page of our website bradfordcollege.ac.uk.

How to Apply and Enrol

Further Education Courses (pages 36 - 41)

Forster College (pages 52 - 53) To apply for any of our courses delivered at Forster College you can call us on 01274 765272, email us at info@forster.ac.uk, or pop in. Our address is: Floor 4 - City Training Services, 39-41 Chapel Street, Bradford, BD1 5BY

What to bring when it’s time to enrol It’s important to have a form of photographic ID (e.g. passport, driving licence, bus pass, work ID) when you come to enrol. You can pay by cash, cheque (made payable to Bradford College) or credit/debit card. Tuition fees and any exam fees must be paid at the time of enrolment unless you qualify for a fee concession - FE courses only (see page 8) or have a letter to say your employer is paying for your course. The full fees policy can be found within the Fees & Finance section - see page 10 of this guide.

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Student Welfare and Support

Student Welfare and Support

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Our Support

Careers Advice

All Bradford College students are entitled to a range of support and guidance facilities. No matter what the issue is, we are here to support you during your time here and you can feel comfortable about disclosing information with via confidential services.

Bradford College Careers Service is Matrix Accredited, meaning we offer independent and impartial advice to the highest of professional standards. We can help you in your job search, carry out interview practice, and provide workshops for you to improve your CV. Visit our One Stop Shop on the ground floor of David Hockney Building.

Advice and guidance Our Student Welfare and Support Officers are available to provide students with confidential and impartial advice and guidance if needed. On-course support We can help you keep up with your studies, through improving organisational skills, timekeeping, and workload management. Personal development Information, advice, and guidance to help you flourish while you study with us.

Tel: 01274 433043 Email: careers@bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Safeguarding We have specialist support for students who are at risk or are experiencing harm or abuse. If you or anyone you know is experiencing any form of abuse, we are here to deal with it.

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For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Financial Support and Guidance Information for those studying accredited community courses

You may not have to pay course fees if you are studying a certificated or accredited course and: •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on an Entry Level or Level 1 course and will progress to Level 2 •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on your first full Level 2 qualification •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and are studying on your first full Level 3 qualification •• You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your course and would like to study a full Level 4 qualification and do not already hold a full Level 3 qualification. If your employer or sponsor is paying your fees, please provide us with a letter from the company. This must be an original letter on the company’s letter-headed paper. We cannot accept copies, handwritten letters, and emails. If you are in receipt of any of the benefits outlined on page 9, you must bring proof as specified or, if you are enrolling by post, attach a copy to your application form. Please note: Fee concessions are not available for learners aged 24 and over studying on an accredited course at Level 3 or above.

Learner Support Fund – students aged 19 and over studying on an accredited course Some of the courses in this prospectus are eligible for funding through the Learner Support Fund. This fund offers help with books, materials, childcare, and travel costs to students who are on benefits or have a low household income.

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(Community Interpreting, ITQ qualifications and British Sign Language courses)

Fees and Finance Information

Fees and Finance Information

For advice and guidance, visit Student Services on the ground floor of The David Hockney Building, or email, call or find us online at: bradfordcollege.ac.uk/ learnersupportfund studentfunding@ bradfordcollege.ac.uk 01274 433246

Advanced Learner Loans

£

ANYONE 19+ CAN APPLY

THE LOAN IS AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS STUDYING A COURSE LEVEL 3-6

NOT SUBJECT TO CREDIT CHECKS

REPAYMENT LINKED TO HOW MUCH YOU EARN AFTER QUALIFYING

NO REPAYMENT UNTIL YOU ARE EARNING £25,000 PER YEAR

How to apply see pages 4-5

VISIT

bradfordcollege.ac.uk/advancedlearner

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Fees and Finance Information

Fee Concessions 2019-2020 The College offers a range of fee concessions on many part-time and community courses (including non-accredited community courses) for UK / EU / EEA students. Students must be resident in Bradford MDC, Leeds City Region or areas of England outside devolved authority areas to qualify for potential funding. Please contact us on 01274 433333 for more details if you are unsure about this.

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You may not have to pay course fees if you are studying a certificated or accredited course and: You are aged 19-23 on the start date of your chosen course and are studying: •• An Entry Level or Level 1 course and will progress to a full Level 2 •• Your first full Level 2 or Level 3 course •• Your first full Level 4 course and do not already hold a full Level 3 qualification •• GCSE English and/or Maths and have not previously achieved a grade A*- C / 9 – 4 •• A course which you began aged 16-18 (‘19+ Continuer’)

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If you are aged 24 and over you may have to pay fees unless you are unemployed or earning a low wage. Students aged 24 and over undertaking an accredited course at Level 3 or above will need to take out an Advanced Learner Loan or selffund their course. Any student aged 19 and over (including those aged 24 and over) who is unemployed or earning a low wage and/ or is on one of the following benefits may be eligible for fee concessions on accredited and non-accredited courses: Jobseekers Allowance, Employment & Support Allowance, Universal Credit, Working Tax Credit, Housing Benefit, Income Support or other benefit not already listed. Students enrolling to non-accredited (Learning for Leisure Courses) may also be eligible for fee waivers if they are: •• 19+ Employed and on Working Tax Credit with an earned income which is less than £17,500 •• 19+ Employed, no Benefit, and household income less than £17,500

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: information@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Evidence must be provided at enrolment where individual circumstances will be assessed. Please see the table below for details of evidence required at enrolment. Please note: To obtain fee concessions, evidence must be in YOUR name. We cannot accept the evidence of dependants.

Evidence To Bring To Enrolment

Job Seekers Allowance (JSA)

A photocopy of the original letter from the Job Centre dated within the last three months. *(see below)

Employment Support Allowance (ESA)

A photocopy of the latest letter from the Job Centre dated within the last three months. These are sent out every two years so you will either need a letter confirming that you are still receiving it or provide your two-year award letter and a current bank statement showing payments. This must be in your own name.

Universal Credit (Work Related Regimes)

A photocopy of latest letter from the Job Centre dated within the last three months, *(see below).

Working Tax Credit

Copies of all six sides of the Working Tax Credit Award. If you do not have this, please provide a copy of your Provisional Working Tax Credit and a current bank statement showing payments. This can be in your own name or part of a family claim (spouse).

Income Support / Housing Benefit / Other benefit not listed above

Students in receipt of Low Wage

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Benefit

Fees and Finance Information

Evidence and Eligibility

If you are in receipt of Working Tax Credit, you are exempt from fees if you earn less than £338.00 (individual claim) or £541.00 (joint household) a month. A copy of an original letter dated within three months (this must be in your own name), *(see below). You are exempt from fees if your earned income is less than £338.00 (individual claim) or £541.00 (joint household) and require the training in order to gain employment or progress to more sustainable employment. Contract of Employment which states gross monthly / annual wage or copy of payslip dated in last 3 months. If you are enrolling to a course below Level 3 and earn less than £16,009.50 annual gross salary then you may be eligible for fee concessions. You must not be in receipt of any benefits.

Asylum Seeker

Asylum Registration Card. Evidence of residing in UK for over 6 months. Aspen Debit Card and current purchase receipts within last 2 weeks.

Category D Offender

If you are released on temporary license to study outside a prison environment and not funded by Ministry of Justice, you may be eligible for fee concessions. Bradford College will need to contact the prison prior to enrolment to assess eligibility.

*If this letter is more than three months old, you must provide a confirmation letter or the original letter and a current bank statement showing payments in the last three months.

Residency Eligibility If you do not have a British passport and/or are a non UK / EU / EEA citizen (or have not lived in these areas for the previous 3 years), then the College will need to check residency eligibility at enrolment. You will need to bring an up-to-date copy or proof of the following: •• Your visa •• Your family/spouse’s passport if you have come on a family/spouse visa •• Residence permit (photocopy both sides) •• You should have lived here for one year; Asylum Seekers/Refugees for six months. •• If you are on a Spouse/Family Visa and have been here for less than one year, you will be covered by your sponsor/spouse who will need to have been resident in the UK for at least one year.

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Fees and Finance Information

Fees Policy 2019-2020 These fees apply to all courses in this guide apart from our Higher Education courses. For Higher Education Fees See details in the next column.

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All students will be expected to make arrangements to pay their fees at the time of enrolment. The college accepts payments by cash, cheque and all major debit and credit cards as well as instalment payments by direct debit.

•• A student is required to pay all outstanding tuition fees relating to previous academic years prior to enrolment. Enrolment on a course will be refused where there are fees outstanding from a previous academic year. •• All courses £150 or under must be paid in full. •• Instalment payments are allowed on courses with a minimum value over £150. If you wish to pay by instalment you must make the first payment at the time of enrolling on your course. Your initial payment will be 15% or a minimum of £50 (whichever is higher) with the rest of the fee payable over a maximum of 4 further direct debit payments. •• Any initial payment is non-refundable. Your payment plan must be agreed at enrolment and all payments must be made between September and July prior to you finishing your course for that academic year (even if you are returning in future years).

Higher Education Loans and Support If you are choosing to study a Higher Education course part-time you may be eligible for loans to cover tuitions fees and assist with living expenses. However, please ensure that you have made your application and secured funding for your programme prior to registration. The Student Finance England application system is now open for 2019/20 applicants www.gov.uk/apply-onlinefor-student-finance. To be eligible for maintenance and tuition loans, the course needs to be a BA or BSc course.

Higher Education Fees If you choose not to apply for student finance, or your Higher Education course isn’t eligible for finance, the following fees will apply. All undergraduate part-time courses are currently charged at £875 per 20 credits – apart from our HNC/HND courses which are charged at £600 per 15 credits. Course fees, therefore, vary depending on the course you’re studying and the qualification that you’ll receive. Part-time postgraduate courses are charged at £1920 per 60 credits. These fees are correct as of April 2019, but are subject to review. For more information on part-time Higher Education tuition fees please call Registrar Services Team on 01274 436192 or 01274 433489.

•• Students aged 24 years and over on the start date of the course who are studying FE Level 3 and above will be required to take out an Advanced Learning Loan or self-fund the course at the same rate. These students will also be asked to complete a direct debit form to ensure instalment payments can be taken if the Loan is not approved. •• If your employer is paying for the course, you must bring to enrolment an original letter from your employer, on company letter-headed paper, which states this (copies, handwritten letters and emails cannot be accepted). Unless you bring this letter you will be asked to pay fees at enrolment. Any sponsor fees must be paid within 30 days of the invoice. If payment remains outstanding, you (not your employer) will be automatically liable for the fees. •• A number of fee concessions are available for students aged 19 and over - see page 8 for details. •• Eligibility/funding for non UK / EU / EEA citizens depends on individual circumstances. Please contact us on 01274 433333 for more details.

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For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: information@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


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Learning for Leisure Courses We offer a wide range of courses across different venues in the Bradford community. With courses in the morning, afternoon and evening, your learning can be flexible to your lifestyle. The courses we offer can be used to develop and learn skills, build confidence in a new subject, practice hobbies, personal development, learn a new language or simply to meet new people!

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Learning for Leisure

Adult Learning Centre Centenary Square, 9 Aldermanbury, Bradford, BD1 1SD NEW FOR 2019 Our Adult Learning Centre is a community hub with a personal touch, located in the heart of Bradford. See page 54 for more info.

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Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Community Interpreting Introduction

VAB141AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Community Interpreting Improvers

VAB142AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Digital Media Skills Introduction

VAB173AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Digital Media Skills Improvers

VAB174AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

English for Employability Introduction

VAB187AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB188AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Health & Social Care Introduction

VAB209AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Health & Social Care Improvers

VAB210AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 19

Course

Prep4work Club

VAB303AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

22

5

5 Aug 19

3 Sep 19

Prep4work Club

VAB304AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

2 Sep 19

1 Oct 19

Prep4work Club

VAB305AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

30 Sep 19

5 Nov 19

Prep4work Club

VAB306AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

25 Nov 19

14 Jan 20

Prep4work Club

VAB307AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Prep4work Club

VAB308AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

24 Feb 20

24 Mar 20

Prep4work Club

VAB309AA

Mon-Tue

09:30-12:00

25

5

20 Apr 20

19 May 20

Bowling Back Lane Unit 4, Bowling Back Lane, Bradford, BD4 8SA This venue is just like a motor mechanics garage, placing you in an industry like setting. Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

General Car Maintenance Introduction

VAB234AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

General Car Maintenance Improvers

VAB237AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Course

Bradford City Library Centenary Square, Bradford, BD1 1SD Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Computing Skills Introduction

VAB145AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Course

12

Computing Skills Improvers

VAB146AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Confidence with Computers Introduction

VAB211AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Confidence with Computers Improvers

VAB212AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Confidence with English Introduction

VAB153AA

Wed

10:00-12:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Confidence with English Improvers

VAB154AA

Wed

10:00-12:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Confidence with Maths Introduction

VAB147AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Confidence with Maths Improvers

VAB148AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Mental Health Awareness Introduction

VAB235AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Mental Health Awareness Improvers

VAB238AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Mindfulness Introduction

VAB241AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Mindfulness Improvers

VAB235AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Teamwork Skills Introduction

VAB282AA

Fri

13:00-15:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Teamwork Skills Improvers

VAB283AA

Fri

13:00-15:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

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Course

Learning for Leisure

Bradford City Library Centenary Square, Bradford, BD1 1SD

Buttershaw Christian Family Centre The Crescent, Bradford, BD6 3PZ Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Tenancy Introduction

VAB284AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Tenancy Improvers

VAB285AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Course

Carlisle Business Centre 60 Carlisle Road, Bradford, BD8 8BD Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Know Your Tablet Introduction

VAB227AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Know Your Tablet Improvers

VAB228AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Course

The David Hockney Building Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY This modern multi-million pound venue is the College’s main building and has fantastic facilities for a range of courses. Course Arabic Introduction

Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

VAE101AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Arabic Improvers

VAE102AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Asian Bridal Introduction

VAB103AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19 25 Mar 20

Asian Bridal Improvers

VAB104AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

Asian Cookery Introduction

VAE105AA

Mon

18:30-20:30

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Asian Cookery Introduction

VAE107AA

Tue

18:30-20:30

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Asian Cookery Improvers

VAE106AA

Mon

18:30-20:30

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Asian Cookery Improvers

VAE108AA

Tue

18:30-20:30

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Baking Introduction

VAB105AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Baking Introduction

VAB107AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Baking Improvers

VAB106AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Baking Improvers

VAB108AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Barbering Introduction

VAB115AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19 25 Mar 20

Barbering Improvers

VAB116AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

Beauty Therapy Introduction

VAB111AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Beauty Therapy Improvers

VAB112AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Blogging and Social Media Introduction

VAB123AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

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The David Hockney Building Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Blogging and Social Media Improvers

VAB124AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Book Keeping Introduction

VAB270AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Book Keeping Improvers

VAB271AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Course

Bread Bakery Introduction

VAB125AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Bread Bakery Improvers

VAB126AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

British Sign Language Introduction

VAB127AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

British Sign Language Improvers

VAB128AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Cake Decoration Introduction

VAB129AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Cake Decoration Introduction

VAB131AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Cake Decoration Improvers

VAB130AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Cake Decoration Improvers

VAB132AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Care & Support Planning Introduction

VAB119AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Care & Support Planning Improvers

VAB120AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Child Psychology Improvers

VAB134AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Chinese Introduction

VAE147AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Chinese Improvers

VAE148AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Chocolate Making Hand Moulded Improvers

VAB272AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Chocolate Making Hand Moulded Improvers

VAB273AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Classroom Assistants Introduction

VAB137AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Classroom Assistants Improvers

VAB138AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Community Interpreting Introduction

VAB139AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Community Interpreting Improvers

VAB140AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Complementary Therapies Introduction

VAB143AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Complementary Therapies Improvers

VAB144AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Cookery Skills Introduction

VAB155AA

Mon

18:00 20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Cookery Skills Improvers

VAB156AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Cooking for Independent Living & Work Introduction

VAB157AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Cooking for Independent Living & Work Improvers

VAB158AA

Wed

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Counselling Skills Introduction

VAB161AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Counselling Skills Improvers

VAB162AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Creative Interiors Introduction

VAE117AA

Mon

18:30-20:30

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Creative Interiors Improvers

VAE118AA

Mon

18:30-20:30

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Creative Writing Introduction

VAE119AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Creative Writing Improvers

VAE120AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Cupcake and Cookies Introduction

VAB167AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Cupcake and Cookies Improvers

VAB168AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Customer Service Introduction

VAB169AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Customer Service Improvers

VAB170AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Customer Service Skills Introduction

VAB171AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Customer Service Skills Improvers

VAB172AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Digital Photography Introduction

VAE121AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Digital Photography Improvers

VAE122AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Drawing and Painting Introduction

VAE113AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Drawing and Painting Improvers

VAE114AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Floristry Design & Business Introduction

VAB201AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Floristry Design & Business Improvers

VAB202AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

French Introduction

VAE125AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

French Introduction

VAE127AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

French Improvers

VAE126AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

French Improvers

VAE128AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Hairstyling Introduction

VAB205AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Hairstyling Improvers

VAB206AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

IT Skills Introduction

VAB213AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

IT Skills Introduction

VAB215AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

IT Skills Introduction

VAB217AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

IT Skills Improvers

VAB214AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

IT Skills Improvers

VAB216AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

IT Skills Improvers

VAB218AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Italian Introduction

VAE141AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Italian Improvers

VAE142AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Make up Techniques Introduction

VAB121AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Make up Techniques Improvers

VAB122AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Massage & Aromatherapy for Health & Well-being Introduction

VAB299AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Massage & Aromatherapy for Health & Well-being Improvers

VAB300AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Mental Health Awareness Improvers

VAB232AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Nail Technician Introduction

VAB301AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Nail Technician Improvers

VAB302AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

How to apply see pages 4-5

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Course

Learning for Leisure

The David Hockney Building Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY

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The David Hockney Building Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Office; Reception & Home IT Improvers

VAB238AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Office; Reception & Home IT Improvers

VAB239AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Oriental Cooking Introduction

VAE131AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Oriental Cooking Improvers

VAE132AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Painting Introduction

VAE111AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Painting Improvers

VAE112AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Palliative Care Introduction

VAB246AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Palliative Care Improvers

VAB247AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Patisserie Introduction

VAB248AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Patisserie Improvers

VAB249AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Photoshop Introduction

VAB254AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Photoshop Improvers

VAB255AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Photoshop with Photography Introduction

VAB256AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Photoshop with Photography Improvers

VAB257AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Polish Introduction

VAE133AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Polish Improvers

VAE134AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Spanish Introduction

VAE139AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Spanish Improvers

VAE140AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Start Your Own Business Introduction

VAB268AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Start Your Own Business Improvers

VAB269AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Stress Management Complementary Therapies Introduction

VAB113AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Stress Management Complementary Therapies Improvers

VAB114AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Sugarcraft Cake Decoration Introduction

VAB276AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Sugarcraft Cake Decoration Improvers

VAB277AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Sugarcraft Cake Decoration Introduction

VAB274AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Sugarcraft Cake Decoration Improvers

VAB275AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Textiles Introduction

VAE123AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Textiles Improvers

VAE124AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Theatrical Make-up Introduction

VAB290AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Theatrical Make-up Improvers

VAB291AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Upcycling Textiles and Sustainable Art Introduction

VAB280AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Course

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Upcycling Textiles and Sustainable Art Improvers

VAB281AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Urdu Literacy Introduction

VAB294AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Urdu Literacy Improvers

VAB295AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Watercolours Introduction

VAE145AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Watercolours Improvers

VAE146AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Web Design Introduction

VAB286AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Web Design Improvers

VAB287AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Wedding & Event Planning Introduction

VAB288AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Wedding & Event Planning Improvers

VAB289AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Woollen Crafts & Business Opportunities Introduction

VAE103AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Woollen Crafts & Business Opportunities Improvers

VAE104AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities Introduction

VAB230AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities Improvers

VAB229AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Course

Learning for Leisure

The David Hockney Building Bradford College, Great Horton Road, Bradford, BD7 1AY

Grange Interlink Community Centre Summerville Road, Bradford, BD7 1PX Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Beauty Therapy Introduction

VAB109AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Beauty Therapy Improvers

VAB110AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

English for Employability Introduction

VAB189AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB190AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

English for Employability Introduction

VAB193AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB194AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Health & Social Care Introduction

VAB207AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Health & Social Care Improvers

VAB208AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Course

How to apply see pages 4-5

17


Learning for Leisure

Holmewood Library Broadstone Way, Bradford, BD4 9DY

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Cooking for Independent Living & Work Introduction

VAB159AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Cooking for Independent Living & Work Improvers

VAB160AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Money Management Introduction

VAB236AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Money Management Improvers

VAB237AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

End

Course

Keighley Library North Street, Keighley, BD21 3SH Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

Community Art Introduction

VAE109AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Community Art Improvers

VAE110AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Confidence with Computers Introduction

VAB292AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Confidence with Computers Improvers

VAB293AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Crafts Production & Retail Opportunities Introduction

VAB163AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Crafts Production & Retail Opportunities Improvers

VAB164AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

English for Employability Introduction

VAB191AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB192AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Understanding Autism Introduction

VAB117AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Understanding Autism Improvers

VAB118AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Watercolours Introduction

VAE143AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Watercolours Improvers

VAE144AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Course

Lister Building Bradford College, Carlton Street, Bradford, BD7 1AY Completed in 1911 the Lister Building was designed to replicate a working mill, complete with dyeing and finishing facilities. Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Fashion Design Techniques Introduction

VAB195AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Fashion Design Techniques Improvers

VAB196AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Fashion Design & Business Introduction

VAB197AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Fashion Design & Business Improvers

VAB198AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Pattern Cutting & Sewing for Business Introduction

VAB250AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Pattern Cutting & Sewing for Business Improvers

VAB251AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Sewing Skills & Business Opportunities Introduction

VAB260AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Course

18

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Sewing Skills & Business Opportunities Improvers

VAB261AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Sewing Skills & Business Opportunities Introduction

VAB262AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Sewing Skills & Business Opportunities Improvers

VAB263AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

End

Manningham Library Carlisle Road, Bradford, BD8 8BB Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

Asian Bridal - Introduction

VAB101AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Asian Bridal - Improvers

VAB102AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Confidence with English Introduction

VAB151AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Confidence with English Improvers

VAB152AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Confidence with Maths Introduction

VAB149AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Confidence with Maths Improvers

VAB150AA

Mon

10:00-12:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Job Search Introduction

VAB225AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Job Search Improvers

VAB226AA

Thu

10:00-12:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Office Skills Introduction

VAB244AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Course

Office Skills Improvers

VAB245AA

Wed

13:00-15:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Social & Personal Development Introduction

VAB266AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Social & Personal Development Improvers

VAB267AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

End

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Course

Learning for Leisure

Lister Building Bradford College, Carlton Street, Bradford, BD7 1AY

Mayfield Centre Broadway Avenue, Bradford, BD5 9NP Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

Mehndi Introduction

VAE129AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Mehndi Improvers

VAE130AA

Tue

13:00-15:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Course

Park Lane Centre Park Lane, Bradford, BD5 0LN Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Pattern Cutting & Sewing for Business Introduction

VAB252AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

Pattern Cutting & Sewing for Business Improvers

VAB253AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Support & Care for the Elderly Introduction

VAB278AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Support & Care for the Elderly Improvers

VAB279AA

Tue

10:00-12:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Course

How to apply see pages 4-5

19


Learning for Leisure

Shipley Library 2 Wellcroft, Shipley, BD18 3QH

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Child Psychology Introduction

VAB135AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

27 Sep 19

13 Dec 19

Child Psychology Improvers

VAB136AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Crafts, Health & Well-being Introduction

VAE115AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Crafts, Health & Well-being Improvers

VAE116AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Dementia Care Introduction

VAB203AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Dementia Care Improvers

VAB204AA

Thu

13:00-15:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Course

Thornbury Centre Leeds Old Road, Bradford, BD3 8JX Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

English for Employability Introduction

VAB264AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

20 Sep 19

6 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB265AA

Fri

10:00-12:00

22

11

17Jan 20

27 Mar 20

Course

Trinity Green Campus Easby Road, Bradford, BD7 1QX This campus houses our sports, construction and engineering facilities in a modern environment packed full of workshops and fitness facilities. Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Diet and Keep Fit Introduction

VAB239AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Diet and Keep Fit Improvers

VAB234AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Drama and Confidence Introduction

VAB165AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Drama and Confidence Improvers

VAB166AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Joinery Introduction

VAB298AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

24 Sep 19

10 Dec 19

Joinery Improvers

VAB231AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

22

11

14 Jan 20

24 Mar 20

Painting and Decorating Introduction

VAB296AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Painting and Decorating Improvers

VAB297AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Sports Nutrition and Fitness Introduction

VAB240AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Sports Nutrition and Fitness Improvers

VAB234AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Yoga and Fitness Introduction

VAB233AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Yoga and Fitness Improvers

VAB236AA

Thu

18:00-20:00

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Course

20

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

English for Employability Introduction

VAB175AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

English for Employability Improvers

VAB176AA

Mon

13:00-15:00

22

11

13 Jan 20

23 Mar 20

Yorkshire Craft Centre Bradford College, Carlton Street, Bradford, BD7 1AY Course Code

Day

Time

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Introduction

VAB219AA

Mon

18:15-20:45

22.5

9

23 Sep 19

25 Nov 19

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Improvers

VAB220AA

Mon

18:15-20:45

22.5

9

13 Jan 20

9 Mar 20

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Introduction

VAB223AA

Tue

18:15-20:45

22.5

9

24 Sep 19

26 Nov 19

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Improvers

VAB224AA

Tue

18:15-20:45

22.5

9

14 Jan 20

17 Mar 20

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Introduction

VAB221AA

Wed

12:30-15:00

22.5

9

25 Sep 19

27 Nov 19

Jewellery Making & Precious Metals Improvers

VAB222AA

Wed

12:30-15:00

22.5

9

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Pottery Introduction

VAE135AA

Thu

18:30-20:30

22

11

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Pottery Improvers

VAE136AA

Thu

18:30-20:30

22

11

16 Jan 20

26 Mar 20

Pottery Introduction

VAE137AA

Wed

18:30-20:30

22

11

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Pottery Improvers

VAE138AA

Wed

18:30-20:30

22

11

15 Jan 20

25 Mar 20

Course

How to apply see pages 4-5

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Course

Learning for Leisure

West Bowling Advice Centre Clipstone Street, Bradford, BD5 8EA

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Accredited Courses in the Community bradfordcollege.ac.uk 22

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Part-time Courses for Adults bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Accredited Courses in the Community Like our Learning for Leisure courses, our accredited courses can be studied in community venues at your own convenience. Upon completion of these courses, you will have a recognised qualification that will boost your CV or enable further study. We offer courses such as British Sign Language, Book-keeping and a range of IT courses. If you’re looking to start a new career, learn a new discipline or add skills to an existing role, consider an accredited course.

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Accredited Courses in the Community bradfordcollege.ac.uk 24

Course

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Access Award in Accounting Software

VAA102AA

Mon

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

36

12

6 Jan 20

30 Mar 20

Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2

VAA103AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

198

33

23 Sep 19

17 Jun 20

Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2

VAA104AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

198

33

23 Sep 19

17 Jun 20

Foundation Certificate in Accounting Level 2

VAA105AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-16:15

David Hockney Building

198

33

24 Sep 19

18 Jun 20

Advanced Diploma in Accounting Level 3

VAA106AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-15:05

David Hockney Building

320

32

24 Sep 19

18 Jun 20

Advanced Diploma in Accounting Level 3

VAA107AA

Mon/ Tue/ Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

288

32

23 Sep 19

17 Jun 20

Access Award in Book keeping

VAA100AA

Mon

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

36

12

23 Sep 19

9 Dec 19

Access Award in Book keeping

VAA101AA

Mon

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

36

12

6 Jan 20

30 Mar 20

Access Award in Book keeping Computerised

VAA108AA

Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

36

12

25 Sep 19

11 Dec 19

Access Award in Book keeping Computerised

VAA109AA

Tue

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

36

12

7 Jan 20

31 Mar 20

Art and Design - Surface and Glazing Techniques

VAA202AA

Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

30

12

25 Sep 19

18 Dec 19

Award in Fashion - Sewing Machine Skills

VAA204AA

Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

30

12

26 Sep 19

12 Dec 19

Award in Retail Knowledge & Skills

VAA200AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

40

20

23 Sep 19

24 Feb 20

British Sign Language Level 1

VAA601AA

Mon

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

60

30

23 Sep 19

18 May 20

British Sign Language Level 1

VAA602AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

60

30

24 Sep 19

19 May 20

British Sign Language Level 1

VAA603AA

Wed

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

60

30

25 Sep 19

20 May 20

British Sign Language Level 2

VAA620AA

Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

90

30

26 Sep 19

21 May 20

Community Interpreting Level 1

VAA501AA

Thu

13:15-15:45

David Hockney Building

50

20

26 Sep 19

27 Feb 20

Community Interpreting Level 2

VAA502AA

Mon

08:30-12:00

David Hockney Building

120

34

23 Sep 19

22 Jun 20

Community Interpreting Level 3

VAA503AA

Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

90

30

25 Sep 19

20 May 20

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Community Interpreting Level 3

VAA504AA

Thu

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

90

30

26 Sep 19

21 May 20

Community Interpreting Level 4

VAA505AA

Tue

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

90

30

24 Sep 19

19 May 20

Digital Employability Entry 1

VAT107AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Digital Employability Entry 2

VAT108AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Digital Employability Entry 3

VAT109AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Digital Employability Level 1

VAT110AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Introduction to Employment in the Hospitality Industry

VAA201AA

Tue

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

60

30

24 Sep 19

19 May 20

ITQ Level 1 Award

VAA401AA

Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

60

30

25 Sep 19

20 May 20

ITQ Level 1 Award

VAT101AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

ITQ Level 1 Certificate

VAT103AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA402AA

Fri

09:15-11:45

Heaton Primary School

75

30

25 Sep 19

20 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA403AA

Thu

09:00-11:30

Horton Grange Primary

75

30

26 Sep 19

21 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA404AA

Thu

13:00-15:30

Thornbury Leadership Academy

75

30

26 Sep 19

21 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA405AA

Tue

09:00-11:45

Newby Primary School

75

30

24 Sep 19

19 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA406AA

Mon

12:30-15:00

Crossley Hall Primary School

75

30

23 Sep 19

18 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA407AA

Mon

09:00-11:30

Beech Hill Primary School

75

30

23 Sep 19

18 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA408AA

Tue

09:00-11:30

St Philips Primary School

75

30

24 Sep 19

19 May 20

ITQ Certificate Level 1

VAA409AA

Thu

09:00-11:30

Frizinghall Primary School

75

30

26 Sep 19

21 May 20

ITQ Level 2 Extended Certificate

VAT105AA

Mon-Fri

Anytime between 09:00-21:00

Adult Learning Centre

N/A

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Preparing to work in Adult Social Care

VAA203AA

Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

50

20

25 Sep 19

26 Feb 20

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Accredited Courses in the Community

Course

For community venue locations see page 54

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Distance Learning Our popular Distance Learning courses give you the opportunity to gain a UK recognised qualification, while offering the flexibility of completing a course in your own time, in the comfort of your own home. You may also study one of our Distance Learning courses as part of a work-based training programme. Some of our courses are even available via our online learning portal. Studying with us, you will be assigned a qualified tutor who will give you guidance and feedback by phone, email, post and/or online.

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Method of Study

Hours

Start

End

Level 2 Certificate in Awareness of Mental Health Problems

VAD119AA

Online

160

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Care and Management of Diabetes

VAD110AA

Online

105

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Caring for Children and Young People

VAD105AA

Online

260

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Data Protection and Data Security

VAD127AA

Online

90

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Common Health Conditions

VAD106AA

Online

121

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Counselling Skills

VAD107AA

Online

120

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Dignity and Safeguarding in Adult Social Care

VAD111AA

Online

145

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in End of Life Care

VAD112AA

Online

135

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Equality and Diversity

VAD113AA

Online

180

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Falls Prevention Awareness

VAD114AA

Online

150

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Information, Advice or Guidance

VAD116AA

Online

114

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Lean Organisation Management Techniques

VAD117AA

Online

90

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Retail Operations

VAD121AA

Online

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care

VAD101AA

Online

179

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Business Administration

VAD103AA

Online

155

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Care Planning

VAD104AA

Online

155

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Customer Service

VAD108AA

Online

180

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Dementia Care

VAD109AA

Online

123

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Team Leading

VAD123AA

Online

170

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of the Prevention and Control of Infection in Health Care Settings

VAD115AA

Online

111

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Warehousing and Storage

VAD126AA

Online

N/A

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Working with Individuals with Learning Disabilities

VAD118AA

Online

143

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Nutrition and Health

VAD120AA

Online

126

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Autism

VAD124AA

Online

150

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Behaviour that Challenges

VAD102AA

Online

130

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding Safeguarding and Prevent

VAD125AA

Online

115

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

Level 2 Certificate in Understanding the Safe Handling of Medication in Health and Social Care

VAD122AA

Online

120

1 Aug 19

31 Jul 20

How to apply see pages 4-5

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Distance Learning

Course

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English and Maths bradfordcollege.ac.uk 28

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English and Maths English and Maths are essential skills for everyday life and are necessary to progress in education and most career opportunities. Whether you need to start at the very basics or consider yourself at an intermediate level, our courses have been designed to meet all abilities and all skill levels. See our range of English and Maths provision below to find the one that suits you.

19+ English and Maths If you previously left education with no formal qualifications or want to brush-up on your literacy and numeracy skills, our English and Maths workshops can help. You will work as part of a class or group, working together at a pace that suits your collective skill level.

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) If you’ve moved here from another country and would like to learn the English language to develop your speaking, listening, reading, and writing skills to help you gain skills and qualifications to join a new course, then an ESOL course is for you.

English Language Centre The English Language Centre delivers courses for speakers of other languages who are temporarily residing in the UK over the age of 18, most commonly a member of your family who is holidaying here from overseas. We offer courses to improve General English skills, Exam Skills, and preparation for the International English Language Testing Systems (IELTS) examination. The duration of these courses vary to meet your availability. Some courses last for a few weeks while others run for a full academic year.

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English and Maths

English for Students 19+ Course

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Eduqas GCSE English Language (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAGCSED (Daytime) SAAGCSEE (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Entry Level 1 (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAFSE1D (Daytime) SAAFSE1E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Entry Level 2 (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAFSE2D (Daytime) SAAFSE2E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Entry Level 3 (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAFSE (Daytime) SAAFSEE3E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 1 (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAFS1D (Daytime) SAAFS1E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

City & Guilds Functional Skills English Level 2 (Day & Evening Classes Available)

SAAFS2D (Daytime) SAAFS2E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry Level 1 Course

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Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE101AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

Park Lane Centre

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE118AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE103AA

Mon-Tue

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

4 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE119AA

Tue -Thu

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE108AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE102AA

Wed-Thu

10:05-13:05

Park Lane Centre

102

17

25 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE104AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

10 Feb 20

29 Jun 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE105AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

12 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE106AA

Wed-Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

12 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE107AA

Wed-Thu

13:15-16:15

Park Lane Centre

102

17

12 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE109AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Entry Level 1 Course

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE112AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE111AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE116AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-15:45

Park Lane Centre

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE117AA

Tue -Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE113AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

29 Jun 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE114AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE110AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE115AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE203AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE201AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE221AA

Tue -Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE202AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

25 Sep 19

7 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE206AA

Mon-Tue

10:05-13:05

Grange Interlink

102

17

10 Feb 20

30 Jun 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE205AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE207AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-13:05

Grange Interlink

102

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Reading & Writing)

SBE204AA

Wed-Thu

13:15-16:15

David Hockney Building

102

17

12 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE209AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE208AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

Grange Interlink

85

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

English and Maths

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Entry Level 2 Course

How to apply see pages 4-5

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English and Maths

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry Level 2 Course

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE216AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE210AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE215AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE213AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE211AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE219AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

25 Sep 19

7 Feb 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE220AA

Mon-Wed

13:15-15:45

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE217AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE218AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE214AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

12 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

Entry Level 2 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE212AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

Park Lane Centre

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE317AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE301AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE302AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE304AA

Mon-Tue

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE305AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 (Reading & Writing)

SBE303AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

12 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 Course

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Entry Level 3 Course

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE307AA

Mon-Tue

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

4-Jan-20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE309AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE315AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE308AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE316AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE306AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE310AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

25 Sep 19

7 Feb 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE311AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE314AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

1 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE312AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Entry Level 3 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE313AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

11 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE409AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-13:05

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE401AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE402AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

11 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

Level 1 (Reading & Writing)

SBE403AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-21:00

David Hockney Building

102

17

10 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE404AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Course Code

English and Maths

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

Level 1 Course

How to apply see pages 4-5

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English and Maths

English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Level 1 Course

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Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE408AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE407AA

Wed-Thu

10:05-12:35

David Hockney Building

85

17

25 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE405AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Level 1 (Speaking & Listening)

SBE406AA

Mon-Wed

18:00-20:30

David Hockney Building

85

17

10 Feb 20

2 Jul 20

Course Code

Day

Time

Venue

Hours

Weeks

Start

End

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS707AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:05

David Hockney Building

72

18

23 Sep 19

5 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS702AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:05

David Hockney Building

72

18

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS701AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-15:15

David Hockney Building

72

18

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS703AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-15:15

David Hockney Building

72

18

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS708AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-15:15

David Hockney Building

72

18

24 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS709AA

Wed-Fri

10:05-12:05

David Hockney Building

72

18

25 Sep 19

7 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS710AA

Wed-Thu

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

72

18

25 Sep 19

6 Feb 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS705AA

Tue-Thu

10:05-12:05

David Hockney Building

72

18

11 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS706AA

Tue-Thu

18:00-20:00

David Hockney Building

72

18

11 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS704AA

Wed-Thu

13:15-15:15

David Hockney Building

72

18

12 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS712AA

Mon-Wed

10:05-12:05

Grange Interlink

72

18

10 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

ESOL Pre-Entry

SBS711AA

Tue-Thu

13:15-15:15

Grange Interlink

72

18

11 Feb 20

3 Jul 20

Pre-Entry Level Course

English Language Centre Course

Course Code

Exam Skills

34

Start

Duration

Venue

SGAP400E

Various

2 weeks to 1 year

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Functional Skills English Entry Level 1 (Day & Evening)

ADMENG

23 Sep 19 - 5 Jun 20

Various

Lister Building

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2 (Day)

ADMENG

23 Sep 19 - 5 Jun 20

Various

Lister Building

Functional Skills English Entry Level 2 (Day & Evening)

ADMENG

23 Sep 19 - 10 Apr 20

Various

Lister Building

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3 (Day & Evening)

ADMENG

23 Sep 19 - 5 Jun 20

Various

Lister Building

General English

SGAP400E

Various

2 weeks to 1 year

Lister Building

IELTS (International English Language Testing System)

SGAP400E

Various

2 weeks to 1 year

Lister Building

For further details contact us on: 01274 433333 or email: admissions@bradfordcollege.ac.uk


Course

Start

End

Venue

Certificate in the Principles of Using Mathematical Techniques (POMs) Level 1 (Day & Evening)

TBC

23 Sep 19

10 Apr 20

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Certificate in the Principles of Using Mathematical Techniques (POMs) Entry Level 3 (Day & Evening)

TBC

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

Functional Skills Maths Level 1 (Day & Evening)

FSML1D (Daytime) FSML1E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

10 Apr 20

David Hockney Building

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 2 (Day)

SCAME2D

23 Sep 19

10 Apr 20

David Hockney Building

Functional Skills Maths Level 2 (Day & Evening)

SCAML2D (Daytime) SCAFSL2E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

Functional Skills Maths Entry Level 3 (Day & Evening)

FSEME3D (Daytime) FSME3E (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

SCA10051A (Daytime) GCSEME (Evening)

23 Sep 19

5 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

GCSE Mathematics (Day & Evening Classes Available)

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Course Code

English and Maths

Maths for Students 19+

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Part-time Courses for Adults bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Further Education Courses By studying a Further Education course part-time, you’ll gain accredited qualifications that provide access to degree level-education and vastly improve your career prospects. We have provided Further Education to people of all ages for over 185 years, building strong links with regional and national employers and supporting students that aspire to study at university level. By studying part-time, you can fit your learning around your lifestyle. For details of all full-time Further Education courses, visit bradfordcollege.ac.uk or contact us on 01274 433333 to request a copy of our Students Aged 19+ Course Guide.

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Further Education Courses

Access to HE Course

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Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Access to Allied Professions - Online only

ACCL3AHPOL

9 Sep 19

June 2020/ Dec 2020*

Online study

Access to Health & Social Care Professions Online only

TBC

9 Sep 19

June 2020/ Dec 2020*

Online study

ACCL3NMWOL

9 Sep 19

June 2020/ Dec 2020*

Online study

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

YTHLevel 2PCPT

28 Oct 19

26 Jun 20

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Course Code

Start

End

Venue

VBLevel 1IT

2 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

6219-05 Level 1 Carpentry & Joinery

WAC10111E

9 Sep 19

24 Apr 20

Trinity Green

CG 7202-01 Level 1 Diploma Plumbing Studies

WAB05111D

9 Sep 19

10 Jul 20

Trinity Green

6219-05 Level 1 Trowel Trades

WAC00111D

9 Sep 19

24 Apr 20

Trinity Green

6705-23 Level 2 Bricklaying

WAC60211D

9 Sep 19

10 Jul 20

Trinity Green

6706-23 Level 2 Site Carpentry

WAC20211D

9 Sep 19

10 Jul 20

Trinity Green

6035-02 Level 2 Diploma in Plumbing Studies

WAB15211D

9 Sep 19

10 Jul 20

Trinity Green

Course

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Level 3 NVQ Award Nail Enhancement Using Liquid and Powder

YBL3NAILLP

4 Nov 19

1 May 20

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Level 3 NVQ Award in Nail Enhancement using UV Gel

YBL3NAILUV

4 Nov 19

1 May 20

David Hockney Building

Level 3 NVQ Award in Single Eyelash Extension Treatments

YBL3LASH

4 Nov 19

31 Jan 20

David Hockney Building

YBLevel 2MH

4 Nov 19

7 Feb 20

David Hockney Building

Access to Nursing & Midwifery - Online only *Dependent on assessment date

Catering & Hospitality Course Level 2 Diploma in Professional Cookery

Computing & IT Course Level 1 in IT User Skills

Construction Course

Hair, Beauty & Make-up

Level 3 NVQ Award in Cutting Mens Hair

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Course

Start

End

Venue

Level 1 Certificate in Caring for Children (Community)

TAA1EY2C

16 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

TBC*

CACHE Level 1 Award in Preparing to Work in Schools (Community)

TAA1PWSC

23 Sep 19

20 Dec 19

TBC*

CACHE Level 1 Award in Preparing to Work in Schools (Community)

TAA1PSWSCJ

24 Feb 20

5 Jun 20

TBC*

CACHE Level 2 Certificate for Children and Young Peoples Workforce

TAA2CYPW2B

16 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

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CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning

TAA2ST2

16 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

CACHE Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning (Community)

TAA2ST2C

16 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

TBC*

CACHE Level 3 Certificate in Support Teaching & Learning

TAA3ST2

16 Sep 19

26 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

TAA3EY3B

16 Sep 19

29 Apr 21

David Hockney Building

Course

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Level 1 Award in Parametric Modelling

WBBINVENT1

23 Sep 19

20 Apr 20

Trinity Green

Level 2 Award in Computer Parametric Modelling 7689-02

WBBINVENT2

23 Sep 19

20 Apr 20

Trinity Green

Level 3 Award in 2D Computer Aided Design 7689-05

WBB2DCAD3

23 Sep 19

20 Apr 20

Trinity Green

City & Guilds 2391 Award in Inspection

WABL32391

Various*

Jul 20

Trinity Green

7202-01 Level 1 Diploma in Electrical Installation

WAB06111D

9 Sep 19

3 Jul 20

Trinity Green

2365-02 Level 2 Diploma Electrical installation

WAB06211D

9 Sep 19

28 Jul 20

Trinity Green

WBAMOTMAN

31 Oct 19

28 Jul 20

Bowling Back Lane

Level 2 Award in MOT Testing

WBAMOTNT

31 Oct 19

28 Jul 20

Bowling Back Lane

Level 2 Award in Hybrid Electrical Vehicle Operations

WBAL2HYBD

31 Oct 19

28 Jul 20

Bowling Back Lane

Level 3 Award in Hybrid Electrical Vehicle Operations

WBAL3HYBD

31 Oct 19

30 Jun 20

Bowling Back Lane

CACHE Level 3 Diploma Early Years Workforce

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Course Code

Further Education Courses

Early Years, Health & Care

*Dependent on demand

Engineering

Level 2 Award in MOT Testing Centre Management

*Dependent on demand

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Further Education Courses

GCSEs Course

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Course Code

Start

End

Venue

GCSE Biology (Daytime)

ACCGBIOD

w/c 9 Sep 19

15 May 20

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GCSE Biology (Evening)

ACCGBIOE

w/c 9 Sep 19

15 May 20

David Hockney Building

GCSE Chemistry

ACCGCHEM

w/c 9 Sep 19

22 May 20

David Hockney Building

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing (QCF)

YS2AFIPT

21 Oct 19

28 Jul 20

Trinity Green

Level 3 Diploma in Personal Training (QCF)

YS3APTPT

9 Sep 19

22 Jun 20

Trinity Green

Level 3 Sports Massage

YS3ASMPT

9 Sep 19

22 Jun 20

Trinity Green

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Level 2 Award Airfares & Ticketing

YT2ATPT

13 Jan 20

26 Jun 20

David Hockney Building

Level 2 Certificate Introduction to Cabin Crew

YT2CCPT

28 Oct 19

6 Mar 20

David Hockney Building

Level 2 Award Global Distribution Systems

YT2GDSPT

4 Nov 19

7 Feb 20

David Hockney Building

Course Code

Start

End

Venue

Youth Work Practice Award Level 2

TAFE0001

Various

18 weeks (delivered on an evening or weekend)

Lister Building

Youth Work Practice Certificate Level 3

TAFE0003

Various

36 weeks (delivered on an evening or weekend)

Lister Building

Sport Course

Travel & Tourism Course

Social Care & Community Practice Course

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Course Code

Start

Duration

Venue

Level 3 Award Assessing Vocationally-related Achievement

TCA00090A2

Various

6 months

Lister Building

Level 3 Certificate Assessing Vocational Achievement

TCA00090A

Various

6 months

Lister Building

Level 3 Certificate in Assessing Vocational Achievement (Pharmacy and Dental Based)

YDAA10001

Various

30 Aug 21

TBC

Level 3 Award Education and Training

TCA2030A1

Sep 19

13 weeks

Lister Building

Level 4 Award in the Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practice (Pharmacy & Dental Based)

YDAV10001

Various

30 Aug 21

TBC

Level 4 Award Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes & Practice

TCA00091A

Various

25 weeks

Lister Building

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Course

Further Education Courses

Teaching & Assessing

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Part-time Courses for Adults bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Higher Education Courses Our part-time degree level courses at our University Centre can help you work towards your next progression opportunity. You can study a range of levels which include HNC/HNDs, Foundation degrees, Undergraduate degrees, and Postgraduate qualifications such as PGCEs and Masters. For information on funding see page 10 for more details* *Excludes Cert TESOL which is covered by the Advanced Learner Loan, see page 7 for more details.

Approved Centre from Pearson

University of Bolton validate our Undergraduate degrees, Postgraduate awards, and Masters degrees, and Pearson award our Higher National Certificates and Higher National Diplomas.

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Higher Education Courses

Arts BA (Hons) Fashion Course Code HNAB6009B

bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Duration 4 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

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Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

BA (Hons) Film Course Code HOAB6002B

BA (Hons) Graphic Design and Illustration Course Code HNAB6005B

Start Sep 19

BA (Hons) Interior Design Course Code HNAB6004B

Start Sep 19

FdA Make-up Artistry (Subject to validation) Course Code HOAB5003B

Start Sep 19

BA (Hons) Media Make-up with Special Effects Course Code HOAB6001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

BA (Hons) Music for the Creative Industries Course Code HNAB6010D

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements Typically a HND qualification in Music or a related discipline or 120 credits at NQF Level 5 or equivalent. You should also be qualified to at least Grade 6 (or equivalent) on your primary instrument and you will be required to demonstrate this in an audition.

FdA Music for the Creative Industries (Subject to validation) Course Code HOAB5001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 4 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Start Sep 19

Duration 4 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

FdA Performing Arts Course Code HOAB5002B

BA (Hons) Photography Course Code HNAB6008B

BA (Hons) Textiles and Surface Design Course Code HNAB6007B

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Start Sep 19

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Course Code HOAB5004B

Start Sep 19

Duration 4 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

BA (Hons) Technical and Production Arts for Film and Television Course Code HNAB6011B

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 2:2 Degree with Honours

BA (Hons) Visual Arts Course Code HNAB6001B

MA (Hons) Visual Arts Course Code HNAB7001B

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Start Sep 19

Higher Education Courses

FdA Textiles Practice (Subject to validation)

Education MEd Education/Leadership and Management/Inclusive Practice/Early Childhood/ICT Course Code HFAB7030B

Start Sep 19

Venue Lister Building

Duration 3 Years

Entry Requirements An Undergraduate degree or equivalent vocational qualification and to be working in an educational or educationrelated setting. If you have other qualifications and/or experience, you may be considered for entry to the Postgraduate Certificate and Diploma stages, from which you can then transfer to Masters level if you are achieving at an appropriate standard. For all pathways for the MEd Undergraduate degree or equivalent (2:2 and above preferred), applications will be considered on the basis of experience in training or educational fields. International students are required to have experience in the educational field. Applicants whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of English language proficiency to the level of IELTS 6 in all components.

FdA Supporting and Managing Learning in Education Course Code HFAB5001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 48 UCAS Points

BA (Hons) Supporting and Managing Learning in Education Course Code HFAB6001D

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

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Entry Requirements A Foundation degree or equivalent in an education-related subject and recent experience in an educational setting.

(Cert TESOL) Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages* Course Code TCATRES1

Start Sep 19

Duration 20 Weeks

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements You must be aged 18 or above and have an A level/BTEC or equivalent, and competence in written and spoken English appropriate to a teacher of English. You should hold GCSE English at Grade C/4 or above or IELTS 7.0 or above or equivalent.

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Higher Education Courses

Education Diploma in Teaching ESOL and Literacy (Level 5) Course Code TBC

Start Sep 19

Venue Lister Building

Duration 9 Months

Entry Requirements

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• Minimum Level 3 qualification in English (Level 3 literacy bridging courses are acceptable) • A full teaching qualification • Currently teaching ESOL and/or literacy at Level 2 or below. Able to demonstrate 75 teaching hours during the duration of the programme • Good standard of written and spoken English assessed by interview and initial assessment • Access to suitable specialist mentors during the programme Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 5 and potential support needs. Evidence of current DBS.

Diploma in Teaching ESOL and Literacy (Level 7)* Course Code TBC

Start Sep 19

Venue Lister Building

Duration 9 Months

Entry Requirements

• • • •

Minimum Level 3 qualification in English (Level 3 literacy bridging courses are acceptable) Honours degree, preferably at 2:2 or above A full teaching qualification Currently teaching ESOL and/or literacy at Level 2 or below. Able to demonstrate 75 teaching hours during the duration of the programme. • Good standard of written and spoken English assessed by interview and initial assessment • Access to suitable specialist mentor during programme Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 5 and potential support needs. Evidence of current DBS. *Covered by the Advanced Learner Loan, see page 7 for more details.

Diploma in Teaching Numeracy (Level 5) Course Code HFA5NUMB

Start Sep 19

Duration 9 Months

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Entry Requirements

• • • • •

Minimum Level 3 qualification in maths or numeracy or ability to evidence skills at this level A full teaching qualification Grade C/ 4 at GCSE English or equivalent Good standard of written and spoken English assessed by interview and initial assessment Confirmation of teaching hours (50 hours during the course) and a suitable mentor

Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 5 and potential support needs. Evidence of current DBS.

Diploma in Teaching Numeracy (Level 7) Course Code HFA7NUMB

Start Sep 19

Duration 9 Months

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Entry Requirements

• • • • • •

Undergraduate degree. Candidates will normally be required to have at least a 2:2 Minimum Level 3 qualification in maths or numeracy or ability to evidence skills at this level A full teaching qualification Grade C/ 4 at GCSE English or equivalent Good standard of written and spoken English assessed by interview and initial assessment Confirmation of teaching hours (50 hours during the course) and a suitable mentor

Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 7 and potential support needs. Evidence of current DBS.

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Course Code HFAB4006B

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

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Entry Requirements

• Minimum Level 3 qualification in subject specialism. Pathways: ESOL and literacy (AS or A level or equivalent in English) and numeracy (AS or A level or equivalent in Maths) • Significant relevant work experience for vocational subjects where this is necessary • Good standard of written and spoken English assessed at interview • Pass for GCSE English (Grade C/4) or equivalent. Pass for GCSE maths (Grade C /4) or equivalent preferred • Pre-service only: enhanced DBS and health check, successful interview

Certificate in Education and Training (Pre-service) Course Code HFAB4001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Lister Building

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Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 5 and potential support needs. In-service applicants will need to be in paid employment (normally) and provide evidence of their current DBS.

Higher Education Courses

Certificate in Education and Training (In-Service)

Entry Requirements

• Minimum Level 3 qualification in subject specialism. Pathways: ESOL and literacy (AS or A level or equivalent in English) and numeracy (AS or A level or equivalent in Maths) • Significant relevant work experience for vocational subjects where this is necessary • Good standard of written and spoken English assessed at interview • Pass for GCSE English (Grade C/4) or equivalent. Pass for GCSE Maths (Grade C/4) or equivalent preferred • Pre-service only: enhanced DBS and health check, successful interview Candidates will be asked to complete an assessment of their writing to assess readiness for study at Level 5 and potential support needs. In-service applicants will need to be in paid employment (normally) and provide evidence of their current DBS.

Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Training (In-service) Course Code HFAB7006B

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

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Entry Requirements

• Undergraduate degree. Candidates will normally be required to have at least a 2:2 • Level 3 qualification in their subject specialism • Pathways: ESOL and literacy (AS or A level or equivalent in English) and numeracy (AS or A level or equivalent in maths) • Pass at GCSE English (Grade C/4) or equivalent. Pass at GCSE Maths (Grade C/4) or equivalent preferred • Significant relevant work experience for vocational subjects where this is necessary • In-service only: confirmation of teaching hours and a suitable mentor

Postgraduate Diploma in Education and Training (Pre-service) Course Code HFAB7001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

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Entry Requirements

• Undergraduate degree. Candidates will normally be required to have at least a 2:2 • Level 3 qualification in their subject specialism • Pathways: ESOL and Literacy (AS or A level or equivalent in English) and numeracy (AS or A level or equivalent in maths) • Pass at GCSE English (Grade C/4) or equivalent. Pass at GCSE Maths (Grade C/4) or equivalent preferred • Significant relevant work experience for vocational subjects where this is necessary • Pre-service only: enhanced DBS and health check, successful interview

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Higher Education Courses

Sport FdSc Physical Activity, Health and Wellbeing Course Code HUAB5002B

Start Sep 19

Venue Trinity Green

Duration 3 Years

Entry Requirements

Standard applicants seeking admission at Level 4 are required to have:

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• Satisfactory DBS check as placement likely to involve working with young or vulnerable people • GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent in English Language • Desirable to have GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent in Maths but must be willing to work towards alongside the course. And one of the following equivalent to a minimum of 64 UCAS Tariff Points: • A level/National Diplomas/Access to HE or other suitable bridging course • Level 3 vocational qualifications within the QCA framework

FdSc Sports Coaching Course Code HUAB5003B

Start Sep 19

Venue Trinity Green

Duration 3 Years

Entry Requirements

Standard applicants seeking admission at Level 4 are required to have:

• Satisfactory DBS check as placement likely to involve working with young or vulnerable people • GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent in English Language • Desirable to have GCSE Grade 4 or equivalent in Maths but must be willing to work towards alongside the course. And one of the following equivalent to a minimum of 64 UCAS Tariff Points: • A level/ National Diplomas/Access to HE or other suitable bridging course • Level 3 vocational qualifications within the QCA framework

BSc (Hons) Sport and Physical Activity Course Code HUAB6001D

Start Sep 19

Venue Trinity Green

Duration 2 Years

Entry Requirements

A Higher National Diploma or Foundation degree in a sports and physical activity related area or other relevant subject, or equivalent, normally with a Merit profile, or an overall average of 50% in Year 2 or five years’ relevant experience in the sports and fitness industry. The normal minimum qualifications which enable students to be admitted to the course are as follows: • Successful completion of a relevant Foundation degree or equivalent, awarded by a United Kingdom Higher Education institution with degree awarding powers, or equivalent qualification (240 credits) with 120 credits at Level 5 • International students’ qualifications will be checked by NARIC for appropriate equivalency

Business, Law and Hospitality & Travel AAT Level 4 Diploma in Accounting Course Code BBAAAT4

Start Sep 19

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements AAT Level 3 Diploma and working in an accounting role

Duration 2 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements Successful completion of a Foundation Degree or HND in Business or related discipline

Duration 3 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 36-64 UCAS points or experience of working in the industry

Duration 1 Year (1 day and 1 evening per week)

BA (Hons) Business Management (Top-up) Course Code HLAB6001D

Start Sep 19

FdA Hospitality and Travel Management Course Code HVAB5001B

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Start Sep 19

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Course Code HVAB6001D

Start Sep 19

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Duration 2 Years

Entry Requirements Foundation degree, or equivalent with GCSE English and Maths at a minimum of Grade C/4 or equivalent

FdA Law and Legal Practice Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 36-64 UCAS points

Start Sep 19

Duration 4.5 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 72-96 UCAS points

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 72 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 72 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Advanced Technology Centre

Entry Requirements 72 UCAS Points

LLB (Hons) Law Course Code HMAB6001B

Science and Technology

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Course Code HMAB5001B

Higher Education Courses

BA (Hons) (Top-up) Hospitality and Travel Management

BSc (Hons) Computer Networks and Systems Support Course Code HIAB6002B

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

BSc (Hons) Computing and Information Systems Course Code HIAB6001B

Start Sep 19

BSc (Hons) Games and Digital Media Course Code HIAB6003B

Start Sep 19

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Course Code HCAH4004B

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Construction and the Built Environment, an A level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject, or other related Level 3 qualifications or related work experience.

BSc (Hons) Construction Management (Top-up) Course Code HCAB6001D

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements Successful completion of a relevant Foundation degree or HND.

BSc (Hons) Civil Engineering Project Management (Top-up) Course Code HCAB6002D

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements GCSE English and Maths at a minimum of Grade C/4. A HND or Foundation degree in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering).

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Higher Education Courses

Science and Technology Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Civil Engineering) Course Code HCAH5004D

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements You must be working in the construction industry.

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Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Construction and the Built Environment (Construction) Course Code HCAH4003B

Start Sep 19

Duration 1.5 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements A BTEC Level 3 qualification in Construction and the Built Environment, an A level profile which demonstrates strong performance in a relevant subject, or other related Level 3 qualifications or related work experience.

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Construction and the Built Environment (Construction - Management) Course Code HCAH5003D

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements You must be working in the construction industry.

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Course Code HDAH4001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 1.5 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements 32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above.

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Engineering (Electrical and Electronic Engineering) Course Code HDAH5001D

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements 32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above.

Pearson BTEC Level 4 Higher National Certificate in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Course Code HDAH4003B

Start Sep 19

Duration 1.5 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements 32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above.

Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Engineering (Mechanical Engineering) Course Code HCAH5003D

Start Sep 19

Duration 3 Years

Venue Trinity Green

Entry Requirements 32 UCAS tariff points with a minimum of three GCSEs at Grade C/4 or above.

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Certificate Contact Lens Course Code YDB03606A

Start Sep 19

Duration 34 weeks (1 day per week)

Venue David Hockney Building

Entry Requirements You need to be a qualified Dispensing Optician and be FBDO and GOC registered.

Course Code HGAB5001B

Start Sep 19

Venue David Hockney Building

Duration 3 Years

Entry Requirements Five GCSEs at a minimum of Grade C/4 including English, Maths and Science and one A level at a minimum of a Grade D, or equivalent. Relevant work experience will also be considered.

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Higher Education Courses

Ophthalmic Dispensing

BSc (Hons) Ophthalmic Dispensing Course Code HGAB6001D

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years (Level 6 only)

Venue David Hockney Building

Entry Requirements 64 UCAS points. Two A levels at Grade C/4 or above to include one science subject (Physics, Biology, Chemistry or Mathematics). Five GCSEs including English, Maths and Science at a minimum of Grade C/4.

Social Care & Community Practice BA (Hons) Counselling and Psychology in Community Settings Course Code HKAB6001B

Start Sep 19

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 96 UCAS Points

Duration 6 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 UCAS Points

Duration 4 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 120 UCAS Points

BA (Hons) Health and Social Welfare Course Code HKAB6004B

Start Sep 19

BA (Hons) Social Work (Level 4)* Course Code HKAB6002B

Start Sep 19

*Levels 5 and 6 need to be taken full-time

BA (Hons) Youth Work and Community Development (Endorsed) Course Code HHAB6003B

Start Sep 19

Duration 4.5 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements 80 Points

Youth Work and Community Development Postgraduate Diploma (Endorsed) Course Code HHAB7003B

Start Sep 19

Duration 2 Years

Venue Lister Building

Entry Requirements An Undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, normally at 2.2 or above.

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Forster College bradfordcollege.ac.uk

Forster College Forster College can provide you with the support and guidance you need to improve your skills, overcome barriers, and boost your confidence, to let you succeed in learning and in life. Being a small and bespoke college allows our team to focus on your individual needs, understand you, help you work towards your goals, and achieve them, whatever your starting point. If you don’t feel comfortable in a large college environment, and need a personalised approach with more support, Forster College may be for you. We can give you the opportunity to return to education, access training, or employment.

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Course

Start Date

End Date

Location

FORITFS

4 Sept 19 5 Sept 19 6 Sept 19 25 Feb 20 26 Feb 20 28 Feb 20 28 Feb 20

19 Feb 20 20 Feb 20 21 Feb 20 28 Jul 20 29 Jul 20 31 Jul 20 31 Jul 20

Forster College

Functional Skills English Entry Level 3

FORFSEE3

2 Sept 19 6 Sept 19 26 Feb 20 27 Feb 20

17 Feb 20 21 Feb 20 29 Jul 20 30 Jul 20

Forster College

Functional Skills English Level 1

FORFSEL1

4 Sept 19 5 Sept 19 24 Feb 20

19 Feb 20 20 Feb 20 27 Jul 20

Forster College

Functional Skills English Level 2

FORFSEL2

4 Sept 19 20 Feb 20

19 Feb 20 30 July 20

Forster College

Functional Skills Maths Entry 3

FORFSMED

4 Sept 19 22 Jan 19 25 Feb 20

19 Feb 20 29 Jul 20 28 Jul 20

Forster College

Functional Skills Maths Level 1

FORFSMS1A

2 Sept 19 26 Feb 20

17 Feb 20 29 Jul 20

Forster College

Functional Skills Maths Level 2

FORFSML2

3 Sept 19 24 Feb 20

18 Feb 20 27 Jul 20

Forster College

FORE3PROG FORL1PROG

3 Sept 19 5 Sept 19 25 Feb 20 21 Feb 20

10 Dec 19 20 Feb 20 28 Jul 20 17 Jul 20

Forster College

Level 1 Award in Caring for Children (QCF)

FORCFC1

6 Sept 19 17 Jan 20 20 Feb 20 14 May 20

13 Dec 19 3 Apr 20 7 May 20 30 Jul 20

Forster College

Level 2 Certificate in Children and Young People Workforce

FORCYPW

24 Apr 20

25 Apr 21

Forster College

FORDHSHA

4 Sept 20

5 Sept 21

Forster College

FORCPWASC

3 Sept 19 25 Feb 20

18 Feb 20 28 Jul 20

Forster College

Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning

FORTASA

4 Sept 20 2 Sept 19 29 Oct 19

5 Sept 21 3 Sept 20 30 Oct 20

Forster College

Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Teaching & Learning

FORC3STL

2 Sept 19

3 Nov 20

Forster College

Introduction to Functional Skills Level 1 Certificate in Progression

Conversational English*

Level 2 Diploma in Care Level 2 Preparation for Work Adult Social Care

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Course Code

Forster College

Forster College 39-41 Chapel St, Bradford BD1 5BY

*Accredited course, two certificates provided upon completion.

How to apply see pages 4-5

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Venue Locations

Venue Locations

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Adult Learning Centre Centenary Square 9 Aldermanbury Bradford BD1 1SD

Carlisle Business Centre 60 Carlisle Road Bradford BD8 8BD

Grange Interlink Community Centre Summerville Road Bradford BD7 1PX

Beckfoot Heaton Primary School Haworth Road Bradford BD9 6LL

Crossley Hall Primary School Thornton Road Bradford BD8 0HJ

Holmewood Library Broadstone Way Bradford BD4 9DY

Beech Hill School 4 Mount Pleasant Avenue Halifax HX1 5TN

The David Hockney Building Bradford College Great Horton Road Bradford BD7 1AY

Bowling Back Lane Unit 4 Bowling Back Lane Bradford BD4 8SA Bradford City Library Centenary Square Bradford BD1 1SD Buttershaw Christian Family Centre The Crescent Bradford BD6 3PZ

Frizinghall Primary School Salisbury Road Frizinghall Bradford BD9 4HP Forster College Floor 4 City Training Services 39-41 Chapel Street Bradford BD1 5BY

Heaton Primary School Haworth Rd Bradford BD9 6LL Horton Grange Primary School Farnham Road Bradford BD7 3JG Keighley Library North Street Keighley BD21 3SH Lister Building Bradford College Carlton Street Bradford BD7 1AY

Manningham Library Carlisle Road Bradford BD8 8BB

Thornbury Centre Leeds Old Road Bradford BD3 8JX

Mayfield Centre Broadway Avenue Bradford BD5 9NP

Thornbury Primary Leadership Academy Dick Lane Bradford BD3 7AU

Newby Primary School Ryan Street Bradford BD5 7DQ Park Lane Centre Park Lane Bradford BD5 0LN Shipley Library 2 Wellcroft Shipley BD18 3QH St Philips C of E Primary School Whitby Terrace Bradford BD8 9JL

Trinity Green Campus 8 Easby Road Bradford BD7 1QX West Bowling Advice Centre Clipstone Street Bradford BD5 8EA Yorkshire Craft Centre Bradford College Carlton Street Bradford BD7 1AY

New for 2019

The Adult Learning Centre (ALC) is a small community hub with a personal touch where students are treated as individuals. The ALC provides students with the opportunity to study in small groups, with very friendly staff who work at a pace that suits them. The ALC is at the heart of the city (Centenary Square in City Park) so it is easy to access and our students often tell us they feel safe and able to reach their full potential.

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Ready to study full-time?

Open Events 2019

6th July 22nd August 26th September 16th November

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Ready to study full-time?

2020

21st March 1st July 20th August

We provide 100s of full-time courses starting this September. Choose from a range of A levels, apprenticeships, vocational training and degree level courses. Come along to one of our open events to find out more or visit

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APPRENTICESHIPS

VOCATIONAL COURSES

DEGREES

Prospectus Information This prospectus was prepared in the spring of 2019 for courses starting from September 2019 onwards. Any subsequent changes to information will be published in the course information on our website: www.bradfordcollege.ac.uk We have tried to ensure that all of the information provided is as accurate and up-to-date as possible. However, it is always possible that this information could change and you should check our website for the latest information before you apply. (Where there is a difference between the contents of this prospectus and our website, the contents of the website take precedence). We will always try to deliver your course as described in this prospectus. However, sometimes we have to make changes as set out opposite. Courses will run subject to viable student numbers.

How to apply see pages 4-5

We review all courses each year and change them to reflect staff expertise, current trends and as a result of student feedback. We will try to ensure that you have a range of courses to choose from and we will let students know in good time the courses available for them to choose for the following year. We will only change courses if it is necessary for us to do so, for example to maintain accreditation. We will let you know about any such change as soon as possible, usually before you begin the relevant academic year. On occasion we may need to make changes to some aspects of a course, or how it is delivered. We will only make changes if they are for reasons outside of our control, or where they are for our students’ benefit. We will endeavour to let you know about any such changes as soon as possible (usually

before the relevant academic year). Our regulations set out our procedure which we will follow when we need to make any such changes. We make every effort to check the accuracy of the information in this prospectus at the time of going to press. However, if you feel that any of the information is misleading then please contact: Marketing and Communications Bradford College, Great Horton Road Bradford, BD7 1AY. Email: marketing@bradfordcollege.ac.uk Edited by: The Marketing and Communications Department, Bradford College Designed and printed by: Inprint + Design.

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6th July 22nd August 26th September 16th November

2020

21st March 1st July 20th August

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