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This courseis for anyone interested in doing an apprenticeship to become a livestock unit technician on farm. You will focus on all aspects of livestock husbandry. This will cover;
The course allowsyou to gain practical knowledge at work whilst coming to College for one day a week to embed this with other knowledge and skills.
Click here to view the Institute for Apprenticeships & Technical Education Standard for this course.
End point assessment to include: o Multiple choice exam. o Practical observation in the workplace by an external assessor. o Professional discussion with an external assessor (underpinned by an ePortolio of evidence).
On completion, you could progress to the Foundation Degree in Agriculture Management or find employment in the industry.
|Course Title||Agriculture (Livestock) Apprenticeship Level 3|
You will need to undertake an initial assessment of your Maths and English ability and obtain a minimum of Level 1 (which is equivalent to a GCSE grade 3). In addition, an appropriate Level 2 qualification in Agriculture is also required. Entry will also be subject to a successful interview.
|Attendance Requirements||You will attend College one day a week at the Cannington Campus.|
It is brilliant here, I have made lots of friends and the tutors are excellent. I am a hands-on learner and sometimes find studying hard and need extra help. My tutors have been fantastic and are always willing to help me. I have gained confidence in myself during my course and now have knowledge of all areas of farming.
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