Pershore is a centre for land-based courses and has been awarded Centre of Vocational Excellence for Horticulture. The facilities include a commercially run nursery and plant centre, organic vegetable unit and glass houses.
Situated on a 60 hectare site in Worcestershire - the College offers courses in:
- Animal Welfare and Veterinary Nursing
- Food and Drink
- Horticulture and Garden Design
- Countryside and Environment
- Motor Vehicle
The Royal Horticultural Society offers courses, lectures and workshops on all aspects of horticulture - based at the Pershore College centre.
Pershore College promotes sustainable development, and that which meets the education, training, social and aspirational needs of rural and urban communities, within the context of the land-based industries.
Warwickshire College is one of the UK's largest general further and higher education colleges with more than 25,000 students. It provides high quality training and qualifications for individuals and organisations, plus leisure courses and activities. The College has six main centres as well as two Learning Centres and the use of more than 60 community centres across Warwickshire.