The UK wine industry is rapidly expanding, in an unprecedented manner, and the need for technically trained effective vineyard operatives is at an all-time high. Plumpton College has developed this government approved new Level 3 Crop Technician in Viticulture Apprenticeship. Find out more here.
We visited two Plumpton College butchery apprentices who are employed at Park Farm Butchers to find out why they'd recommend an apprenticeship.
Meet Laura, who came to Plumpton College to study Animal Care, once qualified Laura then decided to follow our Dog Grooming Pathway. After completing Level 1, 2 & 3, Laura now has her own Dog Grooming Business. We had the opportunity to ask her some questions about her time here at College.
Categories: Veterinary Nursing & Dog Grooming
From beekeeping to wine making, learn a new skill or turn your hobby into a career with one of our exciting part-time courses.
We had a chat with Sarah George, Programme Manager for Environmental Studies and Conservation, on her career with Plumpton College and any advice she can give to future and current students.
Categories: Environmental Studies & Conservation
We had a chance to ask Tom Woollard, our Instructor for Game and Wildlife Management, some questions on his role here at Plumpton College.
Categories: Game & Wildlife Management
Fishing is now the UK’s most popular participation sport with freshwater anglers contributing an estimated £1.4 billion annually to the English economy, supporting up to 27,000 full-time equivalent jobs, through their spending on the sport.
Since the original 400-acre College farm was bought back in 1919, Plumpton College has certainly seen a lot of changes.