Working in the outdoor adventure sports industry means you’ll always be part of a huge team effort – whether it’s providing activities such as raft-building, kayaking and mountain biking to school and youth groups, working in corporate training or as a sports development officer.
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Set within the stunning location of Old Warden Park, Shuttleworth College offers a wide variety of full-time and part-time courses, making full use of the natural resources available, which include parkland, farm land, lakes and woodland. What a great place to study!
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Our equine centre is based just a few minutes away at our Mount Pleasant site.
If you would like to care for or work with horses, and want to combine learning equine science and business management with sound practical skills, then our Equine department can offer you the excellent facilities and expert tutors you’ll need to forge a fantastic career in the industry. On our varied courses, you’ll also learn about anatomy and physiology alongside topics like competition grooming.
Our animal science programmes at Shuttleworth College enable you to develop the theoretical knowledge and practical skills needed to pursue a successful career working with animals. The animal centre provides high quality learning opportunities in a practical environment. We are proud of our resource which is divided into specialist zones housing both domestic animals and specialist zoo species from around the globe.
Are you passionate about gardening? Can you think on your feet to create solutions to complex problems? Could you build a show garden in a single day, working with some of the nation’s top designers? If that sounds like you, then our horticulture courses will give you the opportunity to make your aspirations into a career.
Situated in the heart of Bedfordshire’s countryside, our students enjoy learning in an environment surrounded by mature estate lakes, reservoirs and protected woodland – an ideal place to study. With all this within a short walk from our campus, you will find yourself immersed in this excellent natural learning resource.
If you like the idea of maintaining landscapes and coasts, and ensuring the preservation of grassland, moorland, heathland, woodland and wetland habitats then you meet the increasing need for staff in the management of rural resources. You could be patrolling sites, making sure public areas are safe, promoting environmental conservation, or devising and implementing surveys to monitor wildlife.