Northumberland College

Apprenticeship in Agriculture Level 2

Northumberland College
In Ashington

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Typology A Level
Location Ashington
Start Different dates available
  • A Level
  • Ashington
  • Start:
    Different dates available
Description

There are no specific prior achievements required to take this qualification, but a Level 1 or another Level 2 qualification in Agriculture or other Land-based related subjects could be an advantage. You need to be 16 years old or over to take this qualification. You will benefit from excellent facilities that are of industry standard so you'll be prepared for your future career.At Northumberland College you will be treated as an individual and given opportunities to study subjects you may not have tried before, as well as opportunities to grow and develop so that you are prepared for your next steps, whether this is university or starting out in the first stage of your career.

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Where and when
Starts Location
Different dates available
Ashington
College Road,, NE63 9RG, Northumberland, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Ashington
College Road,, NE63 9RG, Northumberland, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

There are no specific prior achievements required to take this qualification, but a Level 1 or another Level 2 qualification in Agriculture or other Land-based related subjects could be an advantage. You need to be 16 years old or over to take this qualification.

· Qualification

Apprenticeship in Agriculture

What you'll learn on the course

Production
Livestock
IT

Course programme

What will I study on the course?

All learners will cover the mandatory core units of Health and Safety, Working with Others and Developing Personal Performance. You will also need to cover Biosecurity in the Workplace.

You can then take optional units that are relevant to your chosen pathway: Crop Production, Mixed Farming, Livestock Production or Poultry Production.

The choice of optional units will reflect the work environment that you are in, and the type of role that you are carrying out. There are a wide range of optional units, but examples include: Transport Harvested Crops, Carry Out Harvesting by Mechanical Means, Prepare Feed and Water Supplies for Livestock, Maintain Livestock and their Accommodation, Grow Young Birds and Prepare and Operate a Tractor with attachments.

Additional information

The course runs for 1 day every two weeks over a maximum of 2 Years.

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