Plumpton College lecturer on BBC radio for National Apprenticeships Week


Don Cranfield, head of business training at Plumpton College, is due to be a guest on BBC Radio Sussex and Surrey today (Thursday 6 March).

Don is due to be interviewed on the drive-time programme with presenter Sarah Gorrell at about 4.20pm about the range of apprenticeships at Plumpton College, as well as training courses and funding in what is National Apprenticeships week.

Plumpton College is a land-based college established in 1926 situated at the foot of the South Downs in East Sussex, near Lewes.

It offers a wide range of full time or part time courses from school programmes through to degree level. It also has centres at Netherfield, Flimwell, Brighton, and Snowdonia in North Wales.

Courses are run in Adventure Sports, Agriculture, Agricultural Machinery, Animal Management, Business Management, Countryside and Environment, Equine Studies, Floristry, Forestry and Arboriculture, Game & Fisheries Management, Garden Design, Horticulture, Metalsmithing and Silversmithing, Sports Turf, Veterinary Nursing, Wine Business, Wine Production.

Apprenticeships at Plumpton College include Agriculture, Animal Care, Environmental Conservation, Land Based Service Engineering, Trees & Timber, Veterinary Nursing and others

The next Open Day at Plumpton College is on Saturday May 10 with the next taster days on June 23 to 26.