The London College of Garden Design has today launched its largest ever schedule of short courses to inspire and train tomorrow’s garden designers.
Director of Garden Design Studies Andrew Wilson said “we have become the leading garden design training centre through offering courses not offered elsewhere and over a number of locations making the courses accessible to both professionals and aspiring garden designers.”
The College’s successful Info Burst seasons continue in 2014 with the launch of a series of evenings with leading garden designers such as Sarah Eberle talking about both realised and unrealised projects. Further courses in this series during 2014 will look at both practical skills and new landscape design across Europe.
At RHS Garden Wisley the College’s collaboration with the Royal Horticultural Society continues to grow with a wide-ranging series of half day and full day courses including designing contemporary small gardens, design solution days including planting, kitchen gardens and challenging spaces.
The College will also be offering courses overseas for the first time and in 2014 it is expected that courses will be offered in Scandinavia and Australia. More details will be announced shortly.
About the London College of Garden Design
The London College of Garden Design aims to offer the best professional garden design courses available in the UK. The College is one of Europe’s leading specialist design colleges and offers professional level courses including the one year Garden Design Diploma which is taught from the Orangery Conference facilities at the world famous Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew and Regents College in central London. The college also has a partnership with the Royal Horticultural Society offering short courses at RHS Garden Wisley.
The London College of Garden Design’s short course programme is available at a number of locations. To find out more visit http://www.lcgd.org.uk/