Agricultural Engineering Level 3 Diploma

Craven College
In Skipton

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Important information

Typology Vocational qualification
Location Skipton
Start Different dates available
  • Vocational qualification
  • Skipton
  • Start:
    Different dates available

Assignments Additional qualifications are assessed through observation of practical tasks Career Progression Employment as for Level 2 plus first line management and self employment Apprenticeship Degree

Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Gargrave Road, BD23 1UX, North Yorkshire, England
Starts Different dates available
Gargrave Road, BD23 1UX, North Yorkshire, England

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· Requirements

Entry Requirements:
  • Interview
  • Level 2 Diploma plus 5 GCSE A*-C in English or Maths OR
  • 5 GCSE A*-C including English & Maths and relevant experience
  • Interview

What you'll learn on the course


Course programme

What stands out about this course?
  • Hands on access to industry standard equipment and workshops
  • Visits to manufacturers, agricultural dealers, auctions and shows
  • Highly qualified staff with a wealth of industrial experience and know-how
  • Practical work on a range of vehicles
  • Options for additional industry qualifications to make you more employable
What will I study?
  • Level 3 skills and technical ability to service and repair tractors and a wide range of machinery used in the agricultural and horticultural sectors
  • Essential Skills for Progression in Maths & English will also be an integral part of your course

Units studied may include:

  • 4x4 System Maintenance
  • Chassis & Suspension Systems
  • Diesel Fuel Systems
  • Engine Service & Repair
  • Harvesting Machinery
  • Health, Safety & Welfare in the Workplace
  • Hydraulics
  • Hydrostatic & CVT Transmission Systems
  • Land-based Machinery Operation Maintenance
  • Powershift
  • Repair & Diagnosis of Faults in Land-based
  • Machinery
  • Transmissions
  • Welding & Fabrication
  • Work Experience Placement
How is the course taught?
  • Approximately 40% of your course will be spent in the workshops undertaking practical activities with the remaining time spent on technology and investigation
Equipment and resources used
  • Modern classrooms with well-equipped IT facilities
  • Dedicated work shop & investigation area
  • Specialist learning area
  • Large range of tractors & machinery

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