Full time HE courses are validated by the University of Northampton and offer exceptional value for money. Classes are taught in small group sizes and provide a vocationally focussed programme taught in a friendly and supportive environment with access to superb resources.
Courses are available in a PT mode in both further and higher education. A number of professional qualifications, legislative and competency course are also available. Short courses are designed to meet the needs and interests of adults who are looking for an introduction to a topic or craft.
Apprenticeship programmes provide work based training and development. They are ideal for those seeking practical, on the job training, to further their career in a selected industry and are now available to anyone aged 16 years upwards. There are numerous entry points throughout the year.
Moulton College is delighted to help schools support their education provision at all ages. We work with schools, colleges and education advisors to provide information on the wide range of courses and apprenticeships that we offer to young people.
Moulton offers courses that are personalised to suit individual employer or business needs. Bespoke training can be arranged for groups of employees both on the businesses premises or at one of Moulton’s sites. The College also works with a range of accredited partners to offer courses outside of Moulton’s own expertise.
Our staff profiles are grouped by areas of academic research - please click to expand the categories below.
Senior Lecturer, Land & Environment Management
Research Student, Countryside Management
Research Student, Agriculture
Research Student, Aquaculture
External Research Student, Countryside Management
Research & Knowledge Transfer Co-ordinator, Animal Welfare & Management
Clare’s research interests include welfare assessment in captive wild animals, behaviour based husbandry programmes, and the evaluation of enrichment assessment tools with an emphasis on zoo keeper involvement. Clare is currently studying towards a PhD, registered at the University of Northampton, developing methods of assessing temperament and personality in animals, specifically domestic rabbits. She is also supervising undergraduate research projects in the area of wild and zoo animal behaviour and management.
Lauren's research history includes focus on the welfare of indoor housed dairy cows in relation to UV light exposure, and aiding the identification of a new Lacerta lizard sub-species using genetic analysis techniques.
Helen's research interests include the welfare assessment of farmed animals, with a particular interest in poultry.
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Associate Lecturer / Resident Research Student, Equine Studies
Associate Lecturer / Resident Researcher, Horticulture
Curriculum Team Leader, Sport - Higher Education, Sports Studies
Blood occlusion training (KAATSU)Neuromuscular physiologySelf-myofascial release
Associate Lecturer / PhD Student, Sports Studies
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