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Leeds College of Building (LCB) is unique. We’re the only further education college in the UK dedicated to construction and the built environment, making us nationally recognised for delivering courses and apprenticeships in this field.

We offer apprenticeships and courses for 14-16 year olds, school leavers and adults, from entry level up to and including level 6 (degree).

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Upcoming Open Events

Find out more about our events, including open events, taster days and enrolments days.

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Mon 02 Mar

International Women's Day - free tasters

North Street Campus

Sat 16 May

16 May - General Open Event

South Bank Campus
LS10 1EF
(Sat Nav LS10 1HD)

10am - 1pm

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Wed 24 Jun

24 June 2020 - Testing day

South Bank Campus

3pm - 7pm

0113 222 6002
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Latest News

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News 7th February 2020

The College Attends Celebratory Parliament Reception

The College celebrates being a National finalist for the Apprenticeship Provider of the Year award.

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News 5th February 2020

College Links with Leading UK Housebuilder

We have teamed up with The Guinness Partnership, who are managing the new housing development opposite the College’s South Bank Campus (construction is due to start later this year).

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News 3rd February 2020

The College celebrates National Apprenticeship Week 2020

The College celebrates enrolment figures for National Apprenticeship Week 2020.

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News 31st January 2020

Exchequer Secretary Visits College

The College took a visit from MP Simon Clarke, who was appointed Exchequer Secretary to the Treasury on 27 July 2019.

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