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It has been good to welcome the students back onto a full timetable based at college and see them back into the classroom and on the college farm during this academic year.
We caught up with Linda, Level 2 & 3 Tutor, who's just been teaching our Dog Grooming courses for over a year. Linda comes with a wealth of experience, in grooming for 12 years, theory and customer service skills; including having run her own grooming salon for nine years.
Becoming a Butcher is one of the oldest crafts in the world where innovation meets tradition. It's a role that plays a critical role in the current climate and a role that cannot be replaced with automation.
Category: Food Skills
September to November are exciting months in the Wine Division, with fruit being harvested in our vineyard and processed in the winery.
Category: Wine Division
As the leading regional provider of land and environmental education, Plumpton College is committed to providing the future skills required by employers for the transition to a highly sustainable, zero carbon economy.
We're an AoC Beacon Awards Finalist for The City & Guilds Award for College Engagement with Employers! Our collaborative work with WineGB ensures businesses have access to the required training and skilled workforce necessary to support the demand and growth in the industry.
We caught up with Charlotte, dog grooming student who has secured a pet grooming job at a local salon through studying the practical and theory on all our Level 1, 2 and 3 dog grooming courses.
On these courses, you can learn...
Virgin Money invests in development of facilities in the College's new Centre for Sustainable Land Management.
Working in close partnership with Sussex Modern, South Downs National Park Authority and Lewes District Council, we’ve secured £719,100 from the UK Community Renewal Fund to grow wine and cultural tourism, backed by sustainable transport, in our region.
Learn more about our history
Since the original 400-acre College farm was bought back in 1919, Plumpton College has certainly seen a lot of changes.