For those who have completed the basic course and wish to progress their skills e.g. trailer work/cultivations and receive training in the use of attachments, equipment and machines in line with Health and Safety Executive recommendations.
A certificate of attendance is achieved upon successful completion of the course.
As well as being held at Bishop Burton College this course can be delivered on your own site, using your own equipment ensuring your employees are trained in the environment they are most familiar with and at a time that best suits you.
This course introduces candidates to:
- Mounted/trailed implement maintenance
- Mounted/trailed implement attachments to a tractor
- Operation of Mounted/trailed implement in farm conditions
To book a place or request further information, call us on 01964 553034 or email email@example.com with your requirements.
£105 per person
- Lantra Tractor Driving
- NPTC Level Two Award in Tractor Driving and Related Operations
- ITSSAR Fork Lift Truck
- NPTC Level Two Award in Fork Lift Truck Operations
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The minimum age for candidates attending this course is 16. There are no other formal entry requirements for this qualification however candidates will be required to supply their own personal protective equipment which should consist of:
- Steel toe capped boots
- High visibility vest
Farm Management Development Programme
Harry Middleditch is a 25-year-old Assistant Farm Manager for D F Middleditch & Son based on the Essex / Suffolk border. They farm approximately 1000 acres of combinable crops, as well as having a flock of 50 pedigree Hampshire Down sheep and 100 Poll Dorset Ewes. A 2017 delegate, see what Harry thought of the Farm Management Development Programme...
“Since completing the first week of the Farm Management Development Programme, I arrived home with a new outlook on agriculture as a sector as well as a broader understanding of management.
"The course has made me rethink my business and how to take it forward in this ever-changing time within the industry.”