If you want to be at the cutting-edge of the
construction industry then look no further than
Bedford College. We are at the forefront of
delivering award-winning renewable technology
courses and one of the few specialist training
providers across the UK to be named a National
Skills Academy (NSA) for Environmental
Technology, ensuring that you will develop the
new skills that employers are looking for as the
industry goes through massive changes to meet
sustainable construction demands.
We offer a wide range of courses in Brickwork, Carpentry, Construction, Gas and Plumbing, and Painting & Decorating across our campuses in Cauldwell Street and Kempston.
Why choose us?
Our more traditional courses also have an
excellent reputation with employers, many of
whom have direct input into what you learn to
ensure that you stand out from the crowd when
it comes to looking for a job. So whether you see
yourself as a builder, painter and decorator,
joiner, project manager, surveyor or one of the
many related office based roles, enrolling on a
course here will give you strong foundations for
your future career.
Be part of our success
Not only have our staff had successful careers in industry themselves, but they also lead in shaping the UK’s construction and building services training sector, such as talking at high profile industry events like Ecobuild.
You will be encouraged to enter competitions and win awards to ensure that you stand out from the crowd when applying for jobs. Students on our Sustainable Construction Foundation Degree won a national Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI) competition to gain £150,000 of Government funding to undertake a retrofit of Bedfordshire housing.
The construction industry is going through massive changes to incorporate green technologies and meet the demands of government targets and their customers for carbon reduced construction. Join Bedford College and you will develop renewable technology construction skills that will put you at the forefront of the job market. Sustainability is embedded within most of our construction courses as employers are demanding workers have skills in this area to meet the demands of their customers.