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Land-based Studies (Agriculture) City & Guilds Diploma

Bicton College | Duchy College Bicton | Rosewarne | Stoke Climsland LEVEL: 1 Agriculture & Countryside Management

This course is an ideal introduction into the land-based agricultural industry, where you will gain the hands-on practical skills, experience and knowledge of a variety of farming disciplines, designed to prepare you for employment.

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Ideal if:

You want to work in a land-based industry and are looking to gain the right experience and knowledge.

You’ll need:

GCSE English and mathematics at grade E or 2, or equivalent qualifications at Entry Level 3.

You’ll learn:

About safe working, farm animal husbandry, crop husbandry, tractor operation, fencing, and other estate skills, whilst developing the personal skills and qualities to find and keep the job you want.

Expect:

To attend college three days per week and gain hands-on practical skills, agricultural knowledge, employment skills such as using mathematics and English, managing money, getting and keeping a job, working relationships and attitudes, building your confidence and developing your self-management skills.

You’ll love:

Working with livestock, machinery and getting hands-on.

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COURSE OFFERINGS

LAND-BASED STUDIES (AGRICULTURE) CITY & GUILDS DIPLOMA

Start Date

September 2018

Campus

Bicton

Duration

1 Year full-time


LAND-BASED STUDIES (AGRICULTURE) CITY & GUILDS DIPLOMA

Start Date

September 2018

Campus

Rosewarne

Duration

1 Year full-time


LAND-BASED STUDIES (AGRICULTURE) CITY & GUILDS DIPLOMA

Start Date

September 2018

Campus

Stoke Climsland

Duration

1 Year full-time


PROFILE

Rob Dunn Curriculum Lead - Food, Farming & Land-use

Rob has worked at a number of land-based colleges around the UK and is now the curriculum lead for Food, Farming and Land-use. Rob presents a weekly farming show for a Cornish radio station and is a judge for the British Farming Awards.
“The food and farming industry offers fantastic opportunities for skilled workers, technicians, managers and leaders of the future. There are also some real challenges ahead, not least of which will be to feed a rapidly growing world population and mitigate the impact of climate change.”
Agriculture & Countryside Management

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