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We catch up with current student, Callumn Fitzpatrick, studying BSc Viticulture and Oenology at Plumpton College. We ask Callumn about why he chose to study wine and why Plumpton College. Plus we ask him what he wants to do once he qualifies and his favourite type of wine!
Association of Colleges (AoC) has published its latest bi-annual research showing the majority (68%) of SMEs say that if their business is going to “survive and thrive” then skills must be a top priority for the government.
Saturday 10th October marked World Mental Health Day and at Plumpton College, Student Wellbeing and Mental health is something we acknowledge as being really important for all our students.
We are pleased to announce the launch of our brand new ‘Online College Information Event’. Our dedicated new site is now live, providing you with an opportunity to watch videos from our tutors and obtain more information about our full range of land-based courses.
We recently caught up with Sarah Bolland, our Student Wellbeing & Safeguarding Manager, to hear more about her role at Plumpton College and her advice to students. (Pictured far right with Tracy Turle, Student Wellbeing &...
If you’re looking for a career change, have been made redundant or simply want to up-skill, Plumpton College could have the perfect course for you – and what’s more it could be fully funded by the Adult Education Budget (AEB) that funds qualifications and programmes for learners aged 19+.
Our new 2021 further education prospectus is now launched and we hope it will inspire a new generation of students wishing to study one of our many land-based courses, and develop their careers within a growing sector; offering more opportunities and rewards than ever before.
Welcome back to another college year, it’s so wonderful to have everyone back in school. This school year will be different in a number of ways, a key one is we are getting to work together.
This month, Plumpton College successfully launched its pilot ‘Entry Into Viticulture’ Programme; a free and intensive, one-week skills development programme. It is designed in cooperation with the English wine industry and aimed at supporting individuals looking for a career change, or for those recently been made redundant, to help them to find employment by providing the necessary operative training.
Categories: Wine Division
Since the original 400-acre College farm was bought back in 1919, Plumpton College has certainly seen a lot of changes.