Apprenticeships
at Hadlow College

What is an Apprenticeship?

What is an Apprenticeship?

Apprenticeships are an ideal way to gain a qualification whilst you work.

Information for Employers

Information for Employers

Apprentices can help your business improve and develop.

Apprenticeship Opportunities

Apprenticeship Opportunities

Find out which companies need apprentices.

With Hadlow College you can equip your workforce with a variety of different skills to help them succeed in their current role. Our links with employers, together with our outstanding reputation in the land-based sector, has helped us become the natural solution for rural industries.

Our apprenticeships start four times a year to suit the seasonal nature of the land-based sector.

Apprenticeships can help your business through:

  • Tailor made industry specific training which suits your needs and resources
  • Giving your employees a stake in the future of your business and a commitment to it
  • Providing you with a loyal, and well trained work force, trained your way to fill future management positions

Do you have employees who you want to develop and would benefit from this type of training?  Contact the Apprenticeships, Business and Community Department on 01732 853164.

Are you planning to employ an apprentice?  We can help you advertise for free through the National Apprenticeship Service's online vacancy website, contact the Apprenticeships, Business and Community Department on 01732 853164 for advice.

Legislative Courses

We provide short and legislative courses for professionals in the rural sector. Courses are run throughout the year with flexible dates.

Latest News

Rural Businesses Learn More About Government Apprenticeship Changes

Posted on 4th December 2014 in Apprenticeships

On 3rd December 2014, Hadlow College held its first Business Advisory Council of the new academic year, with the aim of updating everyone on the forthcoming changes to apprenticeships.

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Degree Students’ work represented at Saddle Research Trust’s conference

Posted on 1st December 2014 in Equine Management, Higher Education

On Saturday 29th November we took 5 of our Degree students’ dissertation posters to the Saddle Research Trust’s conference at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. The aim of this international conference is to investigate the very latest in horse, saddle and rider interaction, and to look into how scientific research can promote equine welfare and performance.

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Events

Higher Education Experience Day

Hadlow Campus

Event date 7th January 2015 at 1:00pm
Higher Education, Events

Gardening Taster Course

Royal Borough of Greenwich Horticultural Centre

Event date 10th January 2015 at 10:00am
Apprenticeships