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Land-based Engineering Level 2 Intermediate Apprenticeship at Bicton College

Course description

You will undertake a number of core mandatory units:

•           Monitor and maintain Health & Safety in a Land-based Engineering work area

•           Applying Mechanical Principles

•           Understand how to use, service and maintain tools and equipment

•           Material preparation, shaping and assembling

•           Carry out servicing and maintenance on land-based equipment

•           Perform thermal joining and cutting processes

•           Service and repair cooling and lubrication

•           Service and Repair electrical systems on land-based equipment

•           Service and Repair hydraulic systems and components on land-based equipment

•           Maintain and develop personal performance

•           Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others

Typically you will choose a selection of optional units that relate specifically to your job role, including:

Engineering/Agricultural/Ground Care/Fixed Plant and Storage - the service and repair of:

•           engines/ components

•           mechanical transmissions

•           braking systems

•           soil preparation equipment

•           harvesting and processing equipment

•           wheeled/tracked steering systems

•           cutting and mowing equipment

•           tyres and tracks

How to apply

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

Last updated date: 08 February 2016

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