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Farm Machinery and Mechanisation Certificate Level 2

Duchy College Stoke Climsland LEVEL: 2 Agriculture & Countryside Management

Learn how to safely operate and maintain a variety of farm machinery both for crop and livestock enterprises. You will learn new workshop skills, develop your tractor driving competences and build confidence with a range of fieldwork operations.

We offer three options for you to gain a career in the agricultural industry depending on your GCSE results. Our Level 1 and 2 courses are ideal should your GCSE results not be what you expected, with the option to progress to Level 2 or 3.

Agriculture is arguably the most important industry in the world and without the food, clothing and fibres it provides, we simply wouldn’t survive. Now an industry with highly-mechanised processes, employment in this sector goes beyond farm workers and managers to engineers, consultants and scientists.

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Ideal if:

You wish to pursue a career in agriculture, with the focus on farm machinery. This Level 2 course is an ideal starting point if you wish to progress onto a Level 3 diploma or apprenticeship.

You’ll need:

GCSE English and maths and double science at grade 3 or above.

You’ll learn:

How to safely operate and maintain a variety of farm machinery both for crop and livestock enterprises.

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Agriculture & Countryside Management
Agriculture & Countryside Management
Agriculture & Countryside Management
Agriculture & Countryside Management

COURSE OFFERINGS

Farm Machinery and Mechanisation Certificate Level 2

Start Date

September 2020

Campus

Stoke Climsland

Duration

1 year


PROFILE

Holly Yelland TRAINING CO-ORDINATOR ON THE BVD STAMP IT OUT PROJECT AT RURAL BUSINESS SCHOOL AND SHEPHERDESS TO HER OWN FLOCK OF EWES

On completion of the Agriculture Diploma Level 3, Holly then continued her studies with the FdSc Agriculture and the BSc (Hons) Rural Business Management. Holly is currently studying for a PGCE alongside her two job roles of of training co-ordinator and shepherdess. “I was getting mid-range results at school, but at Duchy College I received a distinction* in my diploma and a first class honours on my degree. I think the smaller class sizes helped to create good working relationships between students and teachers, which allowed for excellent learning and knowledge transfer to occur. Alongside my work as a training co-ordinator, and teaching on my PGCE, I also keep my own ewes. I thoroughly enjoy working with them and strive to improve their performance, genetics and breeding of ewes. I am extremely passionate about improving the longevity of breeding flocks.”


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