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Study a Green Skills/Sustainability course for FREE*!

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If you want to improve your Green Skills/Sustainability knowledge and how you can make a positive impact on the planet, then enrol on one of our new Green Skills mini modules.

Each of the six individual courses can be studied online at your own pace and no attendance at College is needed. These future-facing qualifications are accredited through Pike Education/City & Guilds, and best of all, they are FREE*.

Choose from:

  • Level 2 Principals of Waste Disposal and Recycling
  • Level 2 Introduction to Sustainable Energy Management
  • Level 2 Introduction to Batteries and Battery Energy Storage
  • Level 2 Introduction to Solar Photovoltaic Technology and Installation
  • Level 2 Introduction to Solar Thermal Technology and Installation
  • Level 3 Managing Sustainability in the Workplace: Energy and Carbon


Ready to apply?

For more information about these courses, contact Helen Foster, Director of Adult Skills by emailing h.foster@barnsley.ac.uk


Want to study a different part-time course?

Our new Adult and Part-Time course guide is now available to browse, featuring a range of courses to help you retrain for your dream career, increase your earning potential, or simply learn a new skill or hobby.

The guide contains a range of courses for adults from GCSEs to apprenticeships; and Access to Higher Education courses to university-level qualifications. Many courses can be studied around your existing commitments and have funding available (subject to eligibility and funding criteria, see the individual course page of interest for further details).

Browse our new Adult and Part-Time Course Guide.

If you’re not sure what course level is right for you or want to know further information about the funding and finance support that you might be entitled to, visit the Adult and Part-time web page to find out more. Alternatively, contact our Information Team for advice by emailing info@barnsley.ac.uk or calling 01226 216 123.


*Subject to eligibility and funding criteria

Last updated: 9th August 2023

Originally posted on: 9th August 2023

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