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Duration. 1 year full-time. Level. Level 2. You will need. 2 GCSEs at Grade D to include 2 of English, Maths or Science plus a genuine interest in the subject area. About the Course. One year course designed specifically for the more practically minded candidate. The emphasis is on "learning by doing". Assessments are based on practical skills...

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  • Chelmsford
  • 1 Year
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This is a practical, work-related course aimed at developing a wide range of skills and knowledge. You will be taught and assessed by completing projects and assignments that are based on realistic workplace demands, situations and activities. Course modules include livestock production, grass and crop production, business studies, diversification,...

  • BTEC
  • (Ffordd Clynnog)
  • 2 Years
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The course covers all aspects of sheep management including: Agricultural Environment, Sheep Health, Policy and Marketing, Complementary Livestock Systems, Business Management, Grassland and Forage Crops, Sheep Production Systems, Construction and Estate Maintenance, Sheep Breeding and Genetics, Sheep Dog Training, Sheep Nutrition. Suitable for:...

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  • Ponteland
  • 30 Weeks
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Wakefield College

Horticulture is the industry and science of plant cultivation including the process of preparing soil for the planting of seeds, tubers, or cuttings. Horticulturists work and conduct research in the disciplines of plant propagation and cultivation, crop production, plant breeding and genetic and plant physiology. The work involves fruits, berries,...

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  • Inhouse
  • 1 Year
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Suitable for school leavers with some farming experience and for adults wishing to re-train.

  • NVQ
  • (Nr Lewes)
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The National Diploma is a well respected course equivalent to three A levels and can lead to progression into work or Higher Education. The first year of the course is shared with the National Certificate in Agriculture. In the second year, a further 6 units are taken to gain the National Diploma in Agriculture. As part of the course, a large range...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Dorchester
  • 68 Weeks
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This innovative course will allow students to choose six individual modules of interest to them from a larger portfolio of titles. It is anticipated that the modules will be completed over a period of between 18 months and two years. Some modules will be available for online study and others offered on a day class, evening class or weekend basis to...

  • Vocational qualification
  • 2 Years
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If you would like to learn about topics such as tractor and machinery operation, arable, grass and forage crop husbandry, dairying, sheep, pigs and beef, livestock nutrition, health and welfare, construction and estate skills and to develop your ability to work safely and more effectively on a farm, then this could be just what you are looking for....

  • Vocational qualification
  • Derby
  • 1 Year
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If you would like to learn about topics such as tractor and machinery operation, arable, grass and forage crop husbandry, dairying, sheep, pigs and beef, livestock nutrition, health and welfare, construction and estate skills and to develop your ability to work safely and more effectively on a farm, then this could be just what you are looking for....

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  • Derby
  • 1 Year
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A one year part time course in practical agriculture for students wishing to progress from the level 2 NCA or NVQ2.

  • Vocational qualification
  • (Carmarthenshire)
  • 2 Years
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An ideal introduction for school leavers who seek a career in agriculture and the countryside. The First Diploma provides the practical skills and knowledge that will help students gain employment in the industry. Students acquire a wide range of knowledge, practical skills and industry experience from both their studies and their work experience...

  • Vocational qualification
  • Dorchester
  • 34 Weeks
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A one year part time course in practical agriculture for students wishing to progress from the level 2 NCA or NVQ2.

  • Vocational qualification
  • (Carmarthenshire)
  • 2 Years
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This Level 3 qualification (equivalent to two A levels) is suitable for school leavers or mature students. The course is equivalent to, and run in conjunction with, the National Diploma in Agriculture Year 1. The course provides a thorough grounding in the agricultural industry and the qualification is highly respected within the farming community....

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  • Dorchester
  • 34 Weeks
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The aim of the course is to provide excellent training in a range of agricultural practices. Aged 19+ ? two days per week over two years. Aged 16-18 ? two or three days a week over two years.

  • BTEC
  • Ipswich
  • 2 Years
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Internationally, the agriculture industry is expanding creating with it lots of opportunities for well educated and technically competent graduates. This programme will encourage you to apply sound business principles to an agricultural environment and equip you with an understanding of the global conditions in which agriculture operates including...

  • Bachelor's degree
  • Kent
  • 3 Years
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This broad based introductory course provides sound practical skills and knowledge relevant to employment in the agricultural and rural industries.

  • NVQ
  • (Carmarthenshire)
  • 2 Years
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Expand your horticultural skills! A course to develop all the practical skills that you learn when working under the supervision of an horticultural expert. The course contains all the tips to develop excellent practical skills in the management of a variety of horticultural situations.

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  • Distance Learning
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Learn to renovate established gardens successfully. Learn to survey, analyse and plan sensitive and appropriate renovation of established gardens, generally of 2 hectares or less in size. This module has been developed and accredited in the UK as an elective in the RHS Diploma in Horticulture. It assumes a foundation knowledge of landscape and...

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  • Distance Learning
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£295
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