A college in Borehamwood has opened a new learning center.
Oaklands College, in Elstree Way, has officially unveiled the new space which offers a variety of courses for students.
There is a state-of-the-art construction workshop, made possible by a £ 210,000 investment by the Hertfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP).
Courses on offer include English for speakers of other languages, adult short courses, business, construction and a range of other subject areas.
The new construction learning space
YC Hertfordshire – Hertfordshire County Council's youth support program.
Principal Zoe Hancock said, "This is an exciting opportunity to put Oakland College back into the heart of the Borehamwood community and to help even more students reach their full potential. We look forward to welcoming students to our new learning center. "
Adrian Hawkins, deputy chair of Hertfordshire LEP, said: "We are working to ensure Hertfordshire has access to the skilled and capable workforce they need." With the help of our £ 210k investment, the new Oaklands College Borehamwood facility wants to deliver essential courses to tackle the recruitment challenges.