T Level (Level 3) in
Land-based Engineering (Agricultural Engineering)
This new two-year qualification which follows GCSEs is an exciting option if you are looking for a course which brings classroom theory and a practical 315-hour work placement together.
Developed in collaboration with employers and businesses, you will learn and experience many aspects of the Agriculture sector, to ensure you are well prepared for work in this industry.
What will I study?
In the first year you will cover core topics such as:
- Health and Safety
- Working in Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care Sector
- Relationship management
- Information and data
- Supply Chain
- Land-based equipment and machinery repair and maintenance
- Operating principles of systems and components
In the second year you will study a standalone occupational specialism in :
- Land-based Engineering– This will develop further understanding of Land-based Engineering covering the maintenance, repair, diagnosis and installation of land-based machinery and equipment.
To boost your employability, you will also undertake a two-week Employer Set Project which is great preparation for work in the industry, and you will also be required to complete 315 hours (equivalent to 45 days or 9 weeks) of work experience over the two-year course.
How long will it take?
- 2 years, full-time
What qualifications do I need to start?
- 5 GCSEs at grade 4 or above to include English, Maths or
- Level 2 Technical Certificate in Land-based Engineering
- You will also need to attend an interview and an applicant day
What qualifications will I gain?
- T Level (Level 3) in Agriculture, Land Management and Production (Land-based Engineering)
Course options after this programme
- This course is equivalent to three A Levels, so you could decide to progress onto Higher Education and study a degree,
- You could complete a Higher Apprenticeship or,
- Go straight into employment within the Agricultural sector
- Career options following the T Level in Agriculture, Land Management and Production – Land Based Engineering could include agricultural engineer, service technician, technical sales, technical support, machinery design/development, environmental technician, forestry engineer, advisory services