Greenkeeping & Sports Turf Management College Courses in Hertfordshire
A Greenkeeper is responsible for the maintenance, care and overall appearance of a golf course. There are over 3,000 golf clubs in the UK, run privately or by local authorities and at Oaklands College you can build both the skills and practical experience you need to become a Greenkeeper.
Why study Greenkeeping & Sports Turf Management at Oaklands College?
Here at Oaklands we are recognised by the lead Greenkeeping education body (GTC) and one of the UK's leading providers in Greenkeeping courses.
We offer work based qualifications at Levels 2 to 4 including Level 2 and 3 apprenticeships. In addition we offer short courses in the NPTC certificates of competence PA1/2 and 6. Our work-based Level 2 to 4 courses are delivered on line to suit the needs of the employer and the student thus saving time and money that would otherwise be needed for the journey to the college. This system enables students to learn when and where suits them and their employer best.
LINKS TO LEADING GOLF CLUBS - Oaklands College works with some of the premier golf clubs in the UK including The Grove, Stoke Park and Woburn.
AWARD WINNING STUDENTS - Our students benefit from excellent teaching and learning and have shown their success through winning the UK Toro Student Greenkeeper of the year five times as well as 2 City and Guilds medals of excellence.
GREAT LOCATION - Situated in St Albans, Oaklands College is centre of the extensive golf provision around London and the Home Counties
Opportunities in Greenkeeping & Sports Turf Management
This course is designed to enable your progression onto higher education. With further study, possible future career options open to you include
- Full Time
- Part Time
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