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Local training courses and providers

Being involved in a training course can improve your confidence and help you to achieve qualifications that can ultimately support you into work. You may also be entitled to funding to support you while you learn. Below are links to organisations in Wolverhampton offering training opportunities.

National Careers Service

National Careers Service - Explore training courses

Find out what training courses are available in and around Wolverhampton and what's right for you.

- for example, maths or sports studies


Local training providers

Learning Communities

Learning Communities

Study in your local community with a range of different providers. Everything from English, Maths and IT, to courses to get you into work, to ways to build your confidence.

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Adult Education Wolverhampton

Adult Education Wolverhampton

Providing a range of training opportunities for adults across the city, from functional skills lilke English, Maths and IT, courses to get you on the ladder to employment, or ways to pick up a new skill or hobby.

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City of Wolverhampton College

City of Wolverhampton College

One of the region's leading Further Education providers, with a wide range of courses and qualifications on offer for local residents, including a diverse apprenticeship offer for people of all ages.

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University of Wolverhampton

University of Wolverhampton

With campuses in Wolverhampton, Telford and Walsall and a wide range of courses on offer - including access to Higher Education, Bachelors degrees, post-graduate studies and apprenticeships.

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Wolves at Work

Wolves at Work

One-to-one support and advice to adults of all ages in Wolverhampton who are looking for employment or for opportunities to progress in their career, including free skills assessments.

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Black Country Impact

Black Country Impact

For anyone in Wolverhampton aged 16-29 who is currently unemployed and not in education or training. A Key Worker will advise on local opportunities and help you to apply; they may even be able to fund training courses or interview travel for you.

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Job Change

Job Change

Free service offering a variety of courses and training to help local people back into work or into better jobs, including CV support and skills assessments.

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Access to Business

Access to Business

Access 2 Business provides services supporting residents to access employment and self-employment.

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Bilston Resource Centre

Bilston Resource Centre

Community Hub providing Employment support and training for local people. If you’re unemployed you can access their courses for free.

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Youth Employment Platform

Youth Employment Platform

The Youth Employment Platform is the place to go for all things employment, training, studying, careers, apprenticeships and mental health support across the whole West Midlands for young people.

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Gov.uk Skills Toolkit

Gov.uk Skills Toolkit

The Skills Toolkit offers you free courses to help you learn new skills or get a job, offered by a range of trusted providers such as Google and The Open University.

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Adult Education Courses in the West Midlands

Adult Education Courses in the West Midlands

The West Midlands Combined Authority funds and provides a variety of online and in person courses to help you learn new skills and get on in work.

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Skills Training UK

Skills Training UK

Offering online and face-to-face training courses in a variety of subjects, as well as traineeship and apprenticeship opportunities.

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Nova Training

Nova Training

Providing apprenticeships, traineeships, and study programmes for young people across the city, as well as vocational training and apprenticeships for people of all ages.

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Juniper

Juniper

Training for young people in the form of Traineeships, GCSE’s and Functional Skills. Working with people up to the age of 24, they can provide free support to help you to progress into work or an Apprenticeship.

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Performance through People

Performance through People

Training for young people in the form of Traineeships, GCSE’s and Functional Skills. Working with people up to the age of 24, they can provide free support to help you to progress into work or an Apprenticeship.

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Prince’s Trust

Prince’s Trust

For young people aged 16-30, offering support to get into a variety of sectors through programmes with guaranteed work experience, opportunities to build confidence and improve employment prospects, and to pursue self-employment.

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Digital Innovators

Digital Innovators

Struggling to find work? Try our 11 week course where you’ll learn the skills employers really value, plus get 8 weeks of work experience.

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Digital Wolves

Digital Wolves

Discover where you can go in Wolverhampton and online to improve your digital skills for employment.

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Go Train

Go Train

Go Train provide tailored support and funded training opportunities for people in Wolverhampton aged 19+ who are unemployed, or earning less than £18,137 per annum.

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