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Business Description

GoLandscape is an education, skills and careers initiative, designed to inform and inspire new recruits and combat industry issues, including a severe skills shortage.

GoLandscape aims to provide a wealth of inspiring and educational career advice on landscaping jobs to young people.

We aim to provide you with all the information you need regarding landscaping.

We can give you all the information you need about careers in landscaping, from how to get into landscaping, including landscaping apprenticeship, landscape courses, to what it's really like to have a career in landscaping.

GoLandscape will begin by assembling a collection of real-life stories and exemplar projects from leading landscape industry organisations and individuals.

These will present practical examples of what it's actually like to work in the industry that we are all so proud of, and demonstrate why landscaping gardening jobs offer serious career paths that provide opportunities for everyone.

GoLandscape has three main objectives:

1. To inspire
Landscaping is a serious career path with numerous opportunities. Whether it’s Commercial or Domestic landscaping jobs, Grounds Maintenance, or careers in Landscape Architecture and Design, landscaping can provide fantastic careers for everyone. The industry needs people of various skill levels, from practical and vocational roles all the way up to degree level, regardless of age, gender, or background. Landscaping careers are fun, rewarding, and it’s a prestigious industry to work within.

2. To encourage retention
We want to introduce landscaping jobs to school children at careers events, raising the profile of the industry, not just within our colleges, but also within our industry. Beyond bringing in new recruits, GoLandscape will encourage industry and colleges to reconnect, so they can deliver the correct training to students, which will boost their confidence before they enter the working world.

3. Addressing landscaping industry issues
If school children are inspired to go into further education to study landscaping, and the colleges are meeting the demands of the industry by training students to the highest standards, this will lead to greater student and staff retention which will ultimately close the skills gap in the landscaping sector.


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