In February 2014, we attained the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for our leadership of skills development across the region’s rural economy. In 2015 Duchy College (part of The Cornwall College Group) merged with Bicton College to become the region’s largest land-based education and training provider.
you would like a career maintaining construction plant equipment.
to attend an informal interview to discuss your interest in the course.
from a variety of modules covering topics such as servicing and maintenance, removing and replacing components, routine inspections, diagnostics, and installation procedures.
to be continually assessed throughout your course.
immersing yourself in hands-on training, giving you key industry knowledge of plant maintenance.
employment, an apprenticeship or further studies at Level 3.
Bradley Maddever Land-based Engineering
"I did land-based engineering at Level 2 full-time here before I became an apprentice and it helped me to learn a lot before going into work. When I'm here I get to learn and do things for my portfolio that I don't do day-to-day at work. I get on with everyone here, it's a really nice working environment."
*Courses listed on this website are indicative of the subject, nature and level of study. The college reserves the right to alter specific qualifications titles, awarding bodies and levels of qualification, which can change in year. Any cost may also vary, based on personal funding eligibility.