Full Time NVQ in Agricultural Machinery Maintenance (BAGMA)

Coleg Meirion Dwyfor
In Ffordd Clynnog (Wales)

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Important information

Typology NVQ
Location Ffordd clynnog (Wales)
Duration 1 Year
  • NVQ
  • Ffordd clynnog (Wales)
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

This is a part-time course which allows students to train, assess and gain skills at the college and while working within the industry. It is a practical course aimed at developing a wide range of skills and knowledge which are required by the industry. The course modules include diagnostic operations, repairing and maintenance, hydraulics, engine technology, electrical systems and aspects of.

Important information

Government funding available

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Ffordd Clynnog
Glynllifon, LL54 5DU, Gwynedd, Wales
Starts On request
Location
Ffordd Clynnog
Glynllifon, LL54 5DU, Gwynedd, Wales

Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

Experience within the industry as well as relevant work placement for two days per week.

Course programme



NVQ in Agricultural Machinery Maintenance (BAGMA)
This is a part-time course which allows students to train, assess and gain skills at the college and while working within the industry. It is a practical course aimed at developing a wide range of skills and knowledge which are required by the industry. The course modules include diagnostic operations, repairing and maintenance, hydraulics, engine technology, electrical systems and aspects of field operation.

Course duration:
You will attend College 3 days a week for at least a year.

Level:
Level 2 and 3

Full/Part Time :
Full TIme

What will I need to follow the course?
Experience within the industry as well as relevant work placement for two days per week.

Where will I study:
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What will I study?
This is a practical course during which you will learn how to service and maintain agricultural machinery. The Level 2 course focuses on engineering activities in the workshop and includes the following units: Contribute to health & safety Move loads Shape components using hand tools Repair components by soldering and welding Contribute to effective work activities Maintain the work area Remove and replace components from tractors and machinery Maintain the condition of tractors and machinery The Level 3 course will involve more complex engineering theory work and will include the following units: Maintain health & safety in the work environment Establish and meet customers technical requirements for tractors and machinery Diagnose faults in tractors and machinery Dismantle, assemble and repair components in tractors and machinery Conduct testing of tractors and machinery following repair Co-ordinate work activities Repair and modify components by welding Both courses involve undertaking a period of work experience.

Will I have to sit any examinations?
There are no examinations. You will maintain a logbook of your work and your practical work will be assessed throughout the course.

What will I have at the end of the course?
Upon successful completion of the course you will be awarded an NVQ 2 or 3 in Agricultural Engineering.

What next?
You will be able to undertake a National Diploma. Varied careers in the engineering industry at the specialist craftsman level will be open to you.

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