Professional Skills Partnership

Barnsley College has joined forces with three other leading colleges and universities to launch The Professional Skills Partnership to develop leadership and management qualifications which meet the needs of employers across the region.

The consortium consists of Barnsley College, Bradford College, Leeds Trinity University and the University of Leeds.

The Partnership is currently working on a project with Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to deliver leadership and management qualifications at a range of levels, including apprenticeships.

The four providers will develop supervisors, managers and senior managers through a range of Chartered Management Institute (CMI) accredited programmes available from Level 3 to Level 7 – the equivalent of a Master’s degree.

For more information on how the Professional Skills Partnership can work with your business, please contact Roger Cunliffe, Higher Level Skills Leader from Bradford College, on 01274 433222.

Professional Skills Partnership group photo

Representatives from the Professional Skills Partnership with staff from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. L-R Roger Cunliffe and Andy Welsh from Bradford College; Jayne Collingwood from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; Tricia Smith from Barnsley College; Karen Vella from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust; David Gardner from the University of Leeds; Ian Rowe from Leeds Trinity University.

Last updated: 5th July 2017