NLBC Sector: Viticulture and Oenology

Occupations: Vineyard worker, vineyard manager, winery assistant, winemaker, oenologist

Wine Jobs England

Wine Jobs England was created as a service to the wine and hospitality trades. The purpose of the site is to connect employers with job seekers and provide each with information on this niche sector. Search for career opportunities in

National Careers Service

This website lists job profiles for careers related to animals, plants and land. These jobs could interest you if you enjoy the outdoors and the natural world. They include science based jobs and more hands-on roles. There could be something

Wine Experts Guide

An education and career in viticulture and enology combines a variety of disciplines and sciences in order to produce a worthy product. You will need to about soil quality, irrigation systems, run off, acidity, parasites and diseases, treatment, fertilization, nutritional

Horticulture Apprenticeship (England)

The horticulture Intermediate and Advanced Apprenticeship are for workers in parks, gardens, green spaces, sports turf, landscaping and production horticulture. There are opportunities to specialise in these areas, including in viticulture. The new style groundsman and golf greenkeeping apprenticeships have

About Apprenticeships – City & Guilds
Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeships are available across the UK, but there are differences in components and structure between apprenticeships in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. All apprenticeships are currently developed and funded by the Government. In England, this has change under the

Apprenticeship Index – GOV.UK
Apprenticeship Information

Index of Government guides for employers and apprentices.  You can subscribe to email alerts when this content changes and so keep up-to-date with all the latest developments.

Apprenticeship Reforms – City & Guilds
Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeships in England are in the process of undergoing a dramatic transformation. As a result of Government reforms, a new style of apprenticeships has been designed to meet the changing needs of employers, learners and providers.

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