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Land-Based Service Engineering Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship at Wiltshire College

Course description

If you enjoy taking things apart, fixing faults and spending time around big machinery such as tractors and combines, an apprenticeship in Landbased Engineering could be for you!

Landbased engineers play a pivotal role in the agricultural industry, developing and providing complex mechanised equipment to keep the industry running. You might also be required to fix and maintain equipment, sell machinery or upgrades to businesses or even use the equipment to do a range of jobs yourself.

An apprenticeship in this area can lead to roles on farms, agricultural businesses, parklands, private estates and event sports grounds.

Course content

Units studied as part of an intermediate apprenticeship can include Health and Safety, Thermal Joining and Cutting, Servicing and Maintenance on tools, shaping and assembling of materials, and the service and repair of cooling systems, electrical systems, soil preparation and plant establishment equipment, harvesting and processing equipment, hydraulic systems, engines, mechanical transmissions and more.

Entry requirements

Minimum Entry Level 3 or GCSE grade E in Maths and English. All applicants will be required to pass initial assessments in Maths and English.

How to apply

If you want to apply for this course, you will need to contact Wiltshire College directly.

Last updated date: 24 June 2016

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