Training and skills

Latest training opportunities

The following schemes can help you find your next training opportunity:

Barnet Council

Barnet Council offer training courses across a range of services, including free computer skills.

Barnet and Southgate College

Barnet and Southgate College offer a wide range of courses for adults, particularly for those who have not studied for some time.


BOOST help unemployed residents across the whole borough to find work. Also provides housing support, benefit advice and local training opportunities

Middlesex University

Gain qualifications to support your academic and career interests at Middlesex University

Proud to Care

Proud to Care Offer training in the care sector

West London College

West London College bring together employers, training providers, local authorities and charities. Working together to create:

  • training programmes
  • apprenticeships
  • work placements
  • jobs and career opportunities in construction.

Access West London College

Training opportunities if you have a disability or a physical health or mental health condition

If you have a disability, physical health or mental health condition, the following services could help you find your next training opportunity:

Bright Futures

Bright Futures help people with a learning disability, autism, or Aspergers build skills and confidence 

They provide:

  • one-to-one support that continues into employment
  • job opportunities
  • training based on your career goals.

Disability Employment Advisors (DEA)

Disability Employment Advisors (DEA) provides specialist support on employment issues affecting people with disabilities and their carers.

Your Choice Barnet Employment Project

Your Choice Barnet Employment Project helps people with learning disabilities to get a job. Provides a supportive and empowering environment to help you plan, achieve, and sustain your goals.  Access Your Choice Barnet Employment Project