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 - Grow your Garden Skills

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 10th June 2020

Ideal course for the novice to gain gardening skills or those wishing to increase their knowledge.

Introduction to Horticulture - Winter Gardening

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 12th December 2019

Develop cost-effective ways to brighten-up their garden during winter.

Taster - Spring into Summer

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

Learn how to plan for the Summer season and make the most of your outdoor growing space.

Taster - The Plant Kingdom and the Evolution of Plants

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 28th May 2020

A fascinating course looking at how plants have evolved.

Taster - Grow your Own Herbs for Health

Horticulture Skills Centre | 1 start dates from 11th December 2019

You will learn how to plant seeds and take cuttings from a range of garden herbs.

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