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CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE

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Countryside Management

Gavin LeonardGavin Leonard
Lecturer at CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE

Gavin Leonard teaches Countryside Management at Capel Manor College. Gavin has spent the last decade working in the countryside management industry. After initially training as a computer programmer he realized that indoor office work was not for him. After enrolling on an evening course studying environmental studies at GCSE level his enthusiasm...more

Arboriculture and Tree Surgery

Andy DeaneAndy Deane
Lecturer at CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE

Andy Deane works in the school of Arboriculture and Countryside at Capel Manor College. Andy has spent 25 years working in the field of arboriculture and tree surgery. He now specialises in training candidates on short courses in preparation for taking various chainsaw-related assessments. Capel Manor is London’s only specialist land-based further...more

Animal Care

Christine BianchinChristine Bianchin
Lecturer at CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE

Christine Bianchin is the Deputy Head of Animal Care and Saddlery at Capel Manor...more

Computer Aided Design

David Kurita-MayDavid Kurita-May
Lecturer at CAPEL MANOR COLLEGE

David Kurita-May teaches Computer Aided Design at Capel Manor College, Enfield. David, is a qualified designer and has taught CAD at various institutions since 2003. CAD is increasingly replacing the use of drawing boards in professional practices and has become a “must-have” skill for those wishing to work in design...more

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Growing your potential at Capel Manor College

Capel Manor College is a specialist college in land-based studies, with extensive experience of delivering courses in horticultureanimal care, garden designfloristryforestry and the countryside. The college, which is home to the National Gardening Centre, the Institute of Horticulture and Gardening Which? magazine, is equipped with wide-ranging plant collections, specialist laboratories and design studios, and facilities for teaching practical skills, such as horticultural machinery.

Our day and evening, full-time, part-time, professional short courses, Apprenticeships and Traineeships lead to nationally-recognised qualifications which lead in turn to employment or further study. Our students have gained work at Kew Gardens, Cambridge University Botanic Gardens, and the Royal Parks, while several have returned to work for us as lecturers. A large number go on to set up their own businesses, while our garden design students and staff have won prizes at Hampton Court and Chelsea Flower Shows on an almost annual basis for the past 17 years. Whatever your age, if you are willing to study, we are confident we can help with your success.

We have five centres across London, which include our 13th-century manor house and 30-acre country estate in Enfield, and grounds and farmland in parks across London including Gunnersbury Park, Regent's Park and Crystal Palace. we also have a centre within Newham College.

Capel Manor's show gardens in Enfield are also open to the public. We put on a full calendar of shows and family activities each year, including outdoor theatre, and festivals. We launched a social enterprise project, creating a new 15-acre commercial vineyard and orchard at Forty Hall Farm nearby.

We are recognised as a Beacon College. We hold Matrix accreditation for the quality of our student guidance and Investors in People recognition for development of an expert staff team. We enjoy excellent links with our various specialist industries. There is nowhere else quite like us in Europe in terms of our facilities, activities, staff and students.

 

 

 

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shoemaking components supply for footwear craft artists
by Natasha - October 2016

I recently ordered a pair of brand new plastic shoe lasts from a new supplier shamrockarts.etsy.com, they produce components for shoe making industry and also sell them to retail buyers. I just received the shoe lasts in the mail, and I'm very happy with them. The item arrived in excellent condition. The seller was very helpful in choosing the right size. I only bought one pair from at first as a test and I must say I'm super happy I love them! Highly recommended.

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