Advanced Skills & Innovation Centre

The new hub of higher-level skills in the region

The new Centre will transform higher-level skills training in the District. Not only will it become the new hub of our University Centre at Wakefield College, bringing modern teaching and learning facilities for our students, it will also become a focal point for innovation and entrepreneurship, allowing enterprising students and local start-up businesses to bring their business ideas to life.

Business School

Working in partnership with nationally recognised professional bodies, our Business School at Wakefield College will help train the business leaders of tomorrow. So whether you have a passion for accountancy, legal services, management, personnel, procurement, or leadership, our Business School could be your ticket to success.

Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply logo Chartered Management Institute logo Institute of Leadership & Management logo Association of Accounting Technician logo Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development Chartered Institute of Legal Executives

ASIC Engineering Centre

Students will benefit from learning in our excellent new engineering centre. The centre will provide opportunities to study higher-level courses developed with leading industry employers, including Coca-Cola Enterprises and BOSCH. This allows our students to gain the necessary skills and knowledge to progress into industry and be effective, and make a positive contribution immediately.

Creative & Digital

With the creative and digital industries identified as key growth areas locally, our creative and digital industry students will benefit from industry-standard facilities and collaboration with local businesses to nurture the talent of the future, and help to fill the regional skills gap.

We are now embarking on a new era where our aspirations for higher level education and innovation can be delivered from within the city. Our younger and older people will soon have the opportunity to access, close to home, the learning and training they need to reach their full potential.

Cllr Peter Box, CBE
Leader of Wakefield Council