Hadlow College

The Horticulture and Equestrian Skills Centres offer a range of courses aimed at learners who wish to gain new skills, enhance existing skills or make steps towards employment. Courses are ideal for beginners as full support is on hand from our highly experienced staff.

The Equestrian centre offers both riding and practical hands-on courses with the opportunity to learn to ride in a well-equipped BHS approved training centre. We also offer one/two day courses to develop horse care skills.

The purpose built Horticulture centre offers a range of practical taster and introduction courses, enabling students to gain new skills to use in their garden or enhance existing knowledge. A large poly tunnel and workshop are amongst the facilities available.

Amazing course, delivered well. The practical side was extremely helpful too. Tutor did recaps before lunch and at the end of each day which was really helpful. Would recommend.

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Taster - Brighten up your Garden with Spring Bulbs

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 20th March 2020

This Taster session will include practicals to give your garden the summer wow factor.

Introduction to Horticulture - Grow your own Fruit & Vegetable

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 8th April 2020

This course will give you basic knowledge while also developing news skills to enable you to grow your own produce.

Introduction to Horticulture - Roses in the Garden

Horticulture Skills Centre | 2 start dates from 25th September 2019

Aimed at both the beginner and experienced gardener, this course will tell you all you need to know about the growing of roses.

Introduction to Horticulture - Outdoor Food Production

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 24th April 2020

This course will teach you all the basic skills you need to grow your own food and vegetables in a garden or outdoor space.

Taster - Planning your Summer Beds

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 18th March 2020

This taster session will help you start to create an interesting flower bed.

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