Training Providers

As a provider of European Social Fund funded training, Calderdale College has worked with over 250 training providers across Yorkshire and the North of England. Through our networks of approved training providers we support people to learn, achieve and progress.

Want to work with us?

If you are a training provider and are interested in working with us, continue to read to find out how to join our network of partners.

You can also register your interest here and you will be notified of any future funding opportunities. For details on becoming an intermediary network, working in partnership with us, or for an informal discussion, email funding@calderdale.ac.uk.

Our Current Providers

To view the latest lists of our current providers (correct at April 2020), please click here.


Calderdale College is committed to developing a sustainable and reliable supply chain to support the future delivery of successful contracts, partnerships and projects. Building on the success of our existing partnership approach to deliver workplace and pre-employment provision across the North of England, we are inviting established partners, who have the expertise, track record and local presence, to join our supply chain.

We can boast an impressive track record having secured over £150 million worth of funding, achieved a less than 1% error rating on all compliance visits and audits, supported over 8,000 employers and 40,000 individuals, and contracted with over 250 delivery partners to provide high quality training.

We are looking to partner with strong regional players who can complement the College’s existing provision and offer high quality project delivery and contract performance in line with College standards.

Becoming a Partner

Calderdale College’s partnership application process consists of four components, all of which are completed through our In-Tend system:

Guidance can be downloaded here.

The Benefits

  • Deliver part or fully funded training to businesses in your area.
  • Increase the profile of your training organisation both regionally and nationally.
  • Enable employers to increase staff retention, attract good quality staff and improve company culture by demonstrating an interest in staff development.
  • Deliver to organisations who were not previously able to access training due to financial limitations, as well as support them to achieve commercial outcomes such as rises in sales and profits.
  • Gain an improved understanding of local skills priorities and training needs.
  • Increase in sales, profits and variety of provision.

Opportunities for Associates

Calderdale College’s External Funding Unit is not seeking any Associates at this time.

This page will be updated as specific pieces of work are identified that require Associate support.

Get in Touch

If you would like to discuss anything further at this stage, please e-mail funding@calderdale.ac.uk.

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