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Adult Learners Retrain, Restart and Refresh at Burnley College this Spring

As the country slowly reopens following Covid 19, Burnley College is racing ahead as its ambitious Adult Learners retrain, refresh or restart their career dreams on a diverse range of courses starting this April.

It’s just one of the pioneering ways Burnley College has acted to make sure its Adult Learners, present and future, don’t miss out on a single opportunity to progress in their careers and reach their goals.

Forward-thinking Tutors at the College are leading courses in Electrical Engineering, Business Management, Mental Healthcare, Teaching, Welding and more – and now’s the perfect time to apply.

The employment landscape has changed dramatically due to the pandemic with many people being furloughed, made redundant or struggling in their business.

Some industries are having to adapt to a changing marketplace. Others, such as construction and healthcare have seen an expansion available career routes and progression opportunities for motivated individuals with the right skills and knowledge.

Reflecting the needs of industry and Adult Learners alike, Burnley College is proud to the very best tuition and training in:


Electrical Engineering | Plumbing | Welding | Fork Lift Training + more

Health and Social Care

Nurse | Social Worker | Counsellor | Nutritionist + more


Early Years Practitioner | Teaching Assistant | Psychologist | Headteacher + more


Accountant |Financial Advisor | Investment Banker | Human Resources


Maths | English | Biology

To apply or find out more about the great opportunities available to you at Burnley College to change career, gain a promotion or learn a new skill, click here


I switched career from the baking industry to working in a lab at Preston Royal Infirmary creating bespoke medication. My advice to anyone thinking of returning to study is … stop thinking and start doing! Get yourself in gear and you’ll enjoy it!

Nathaniel Nuttall

Former Burnley College Adult Learner