As a small, friendly college, we are a popular choice with school leavers because of the support we give. Located in the centre of Saltaire Village, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, we have a safe and unique environment which is easily accessible by bus, train, and car. Find out more about the area in Studying in Saltaire.
We value your interest as a parent or carer whether helping your son or daughter find the right course or encouraging them in their development. Please get in touch if you have any questions or concerns at any point.
Our Student Services Team are a key point of contact and to find out more see Help & Advice or contact them directly on 01274 327281.
Alongside their studies, our students can also get involved in a range of additional activities, clubs, fundraising, and volunteering opportunities. They can learn new skills, develop confidence and make new friends. Find out more at Student Life.
Our students gain the qualifications and skills to progress their futures and 92% of full-timers progress into further study or work. To find out more about the college, see About us.
At Meet our Students you can find out what some of our students and apprentices have to say.
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We are very pleased to be one of the first colleges in the country to be offering T Levels, new technical courses launching in September 2020. This means, if your child is currently in Year 10, they will be among the first with the opportunity to study them. Initially, Shipley College will be offering T Levels in Digital/Education & Childcare. In the years that follow, there will be many more subjects to choose from, including Finance and Health.
The 2-year T Level courses have been developed in collaboration with employers and businesses to help students get the skills and knowledge they need and open the door to highly skilled employment, a higher apprenticeship or higher level study.
Alongside specialist teaching in college, an industry placement will be a key part of the programme. Experience with an employer in the workplace will allow students to apply the skills and knowledge they learn in the classroom to the job. This will give them the opportunity to develop the employability skills they need for their chosen career.
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To find out more about T Levels, visit www.gov.uk/dfe/t-levels
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