We work with a wide range of local and regional employers providing apprenticeship training for land-based engineering. Whether that is farm machinery or grounds keeping on an estate or resort.
To follow the apprenticeship route and earn while you learn, you will need to find a company with an element of land-based engineering to employ you. The majority of your time will be spent in the workplace with one day a week at college learning theory and the latest maintenance and repair techniques. To become fully qualified you must complete the Level 3 qualification.
There has never been a better time to apply for a Land-based service Engineer apprenticeship. The land-based engineering sector is technologically advancing at a fascinating rate, encompassing systems such as precision farming aids like satellite guidance, telematics, electronic controls and driverless technology. Skilled engineers are in high demand and a land-based engineering apprenticeship is your way into this industry.
The Advanced Level 3 Land-based Technology apprenticeship combines training with paid employment, you will work at a Land-based Engineering service workshop and study at Duchy College to gain a nationally recognised qualification. You will be supported by an Assessor who will monitor progress and regularly visit your work placement to give assistance and guidance to complete your qualification.
For further information on apprenticeships and careers within land-based engineering, visit www.landbasedengineering.com
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Level 2 apprenticeship and be employed in a relevant role.
This advanced-level apprenticeship can take up to two years to complete (either via day-release study or a block release training programme).
At Level 3 units of study are selected that build on the work completed at Level 2, but focus on your employer’s specific needs. These may include advanced welding skills, computer-based diagnostics or electrical systems maintenance.
A workplace assessor to help you build your portfolio of evidence.
Earning while you train.
Further career development on manufacturers training programmes supported by your employer, earning an average salary of £21,725.
University study such as our FdSc Engineering.
Our Engineering Higher Apprenticeship Level 4.
Aiden Kent Agricultural Engineering
Aiden was awarded the Vincent Tractors scholarship last year, that included money towards tools and equipment and work experience at Vincent Tractors.
“If I learn something new at college it’s great that I can go in to work
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