Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence

Sponsored By
My Landex
Username:

Password

Forgotten Password

Landex News

From 'Farm to Fork' - Promotional video by UK Trade & Investment
26-05-2015
In Britain, our farmers produce a huge range of food including our world famous salmon and beef. The...More....
Land Based Learning publishes online teaching and learning materials.
15-04-2015
Land Based Learning (LBL), a joint venture between Landex and the University of Northampton, has pub...More....
Landex congratulates outstanding dairy farming students
20-03-2015
Landex Chief Executive Chris Moody OBE joined the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers (RABDF)...More....
The Importance of ILT in Land based Education
20-03-2015
Members of Landex ‘Land based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence’ recently attended a Blended Learning ...More....

New Documents
FE Data - Landex Member Comparisons 4
Consultation Responses 1
A National College for Land based Industries 1

Landex - Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence.

For details of individual Colleges please visit the
Membership page.


Landex – ‘Land Based Colleges Aspiring to Excellence’ is a subscriber organisation with 36 member Colleges and Universities in England and 5 Members in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. To qualify for membership the provider must deliver significant volumes of education and training in land based occupational areas.

Landex was formed in 2006 from its predecessor organisation, Napaeo, which was founded in 1950, and represented the interests of land based Colleges and the industries they served during a period of continuous change and development.

Land Based Occupational Areas

Agriculture Crops and Livestock
Animal Care
Aquaculture
Environmental Conservation
Equine
Farriery
Fencing
Floristry
Game and Wildlife Management
Landscape
Land Based Engineering
Production Horticulture
Professions Allied to Veterinary Trade
Trees and Timber

Landex – Strategic Direction 2014 – 17

VISION

All our members will be:

  • Recognised by their learners and stakeholders as providing high quality cost-effective land based (Agri-Food, Land and Animal Sciences) education, training and professional development.
  • Valued by their communities and employers for their contribution to the sustainability of businesses, the well-being of society and the prosperity of rural economies.

STRATEGIC PRIORITIES

Landex through its membership and resources will focus on improving the quality of service delivered by all members to that of the very best in the sector by focussing on the 4 strategic priority themes of:-

1.0 Quality, Staff Development and Student Experience

2.0 Leadership and Management

3.0 Governance and Reputational Management

4.0 Funding - Protecting and Enhancing through influencing