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

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

Member Colleges

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Full Members

 Abingdon and Witney College OX29 9UU
 Askham Bryan College (Newton Rigg) CA11 0AH
 Askham Bryan College (York) YO23 3FR
 Bedford College (Shuttleworth) SG18 9EA
 Berkshire College of Agriculture SL6 6QR
 Bicton College EX9 7BY
 Bridgwater College (Cannington) TA5 2LS
 Brooksby Melton College LE14 2LJ
 CAFRE - Enniskillen BT74 4GF
 CAFRE - Greenmount BT41 4PS
 CAFRE - Loughry BT80 9AA
 Capel Manor College EN1 4RQ
 Chichester College (Brinsbury) RH20 1DL
 Coleg Cambria - Llysfasi LL15 2LB
 Coleg Cambria - Northop CH7 6AA
 College of West Anglia (Milton) CB24 6DB
 Craven College BD23 1US
 Derby College (Broomfield) DE7 6DN
 Duchy College PL17 8PB
 East Durham College (Houghall campus) DH1 3SG
 Easton & Otley College (Norfolk) NR9 5DX
 Easton & Otley College (Suffolk) IP6 9EY
 Guildford College (Merrist Wood) GU3 3PE
 Hadlow College TN11 0AL
 Harper Adams University TF10 8NB
 Hartpury College GL19 3BE
 Herefordshire and Ludlow College HR2 6LL
 Kingston Maurward College DT2 8PY
 Moulton College NN3 7RR
 Myerscough College PR3 0RY
 Northumberland College (Kirkley Hall) NE20 0AQ
 Nottingham Trent University (Brackenhurst) NG25 0QF
 Oaklands College AL8 6AH
 Plumpton College BN7 3AE
 Reaseheath College CW5 6DF
 Royal Agricultural University GL7 6JS
 Sparsholt College SO21 2NF
 University of Lincoln LN2 2LG
 Walford and North Shropshire SY4 2HL
 Warwickshire College (Moreton Morrell) CV35 9BL
 Warwickshire College (Pershore) WR10 3JP
 Wiltshire College (Lackham) SN15 2NY
 Writtle College CM1 3RR

 

Affiliate Members

 Solihull College B91 1SB

 

Associate Members

 Barony College DG1 3NE
 Bridgend College (Pencoed) CF35 5LG
 Coleg Gwent (Usk) NP15 1XJ
 Oatridge College EH52 6NH

Membership

Landex has 3 categories of membership:

Full Member
 
Full membership is open to Colleges and Universities in the UK that offer significant volumes of high quality further and/or higher education in at least 6 land based occupational areas. These providers must also have control over appropriate physical resources to provide their students with on-site practical experience, and enjoy strong relationships with the industries they serve.
Full members:

  • are required to engage fully with the Landex quality improvement (peer review) process
  • have full access to all Landex services and CPD events
  • are shareholders in the company and are eligible to stand as members of the Board.

Affiliate Member
 
Affiliate membership is open to providers in England that offer high quality further and/or higher education in at least 2 land based occupational areas. These providers must also have appropriate physical resources to provide their students with an appropriate range of practical experience and enjoy strong relationships with the industries they serve.

Affiliate members:

  • are required to engage fully with the Landex quality improvement (peer review) process
  • have access to Landex services and CPD events
  • are not shareholders in the company and may not stand as members of the Board, however they may join and take a full part in the work of the Landex committees.

Associate Member

Associate membership is open to providers outside England that offer high quality further and/or higher education in land based occupational areas. These providers must also have appropriate physical resources to provide their students with on-site practical experience, and enjoy strong relationships with the industries they serve.
Associate members:
  • may opt to engage with the Landex quality improvement (peer review) process on a cost recovery basis
  • have access to Landex CPD events
  • are not shareholders in the company and may not stand as members of the Board but may take a full part in the work of the Landex committees.

Further details of the qualifications for each category of membership may be obtained from the Landex office.

Collectively Landex members:-

  • offer teaching and learning opportunities for a wide range of learners and in England collectively provide over 80% of further education and over 82% of higher education in land based subjects
  • deliver Higher National Diplomas and Foundation Degrees: a significant number also deliver Honours and Post-graduate Degrees
  • carry out knowledge exchange, applied research and, in particular, field trial activity as an integral part of their portfolios
  • recruit not just locally, but regionally and nationally or internationally
  • offer residential accommodation on campus for both 16-18 and adult learners, together with extensive social and support services
  • provide a wide range of courses for primary pupils and those in years 10 and 11 of secondary education: an extensive range of short courses and an increasing number of distance learning programmes
  • support rural innovation, business incubation, growth and development as well as managing apprenticeship programmes, bespoke training and continuous professional development for employers and their work forces
  • provide courses that are underpinned by substantial business enterprises, including farms, nurseries, veterinary practices, equestrian and sports complexes, which provide a unique learning experience for students
  • participate in a wide range of commercial and education partnerships and delivery contracts including many with world class companies and leading commercial and voluntary sector organizations
  • enjoy the support of employers and industry bodies and engage them in a wide range of college activity such as membership of Governing Bodies and course development, monitoring and quality committees.
  • respond to the implications that climate change has upon the land use and management agenda through curriculum design, operational activity and industry partnerships
  • stage many events and open days for the general public and those aspiring to careers in the land based industries.