This apprenticeship can help you gain work-based specialist skills and experience in Countryside Working.
There are many units of study which will develop your practical and professional skills. You will cover topics including monitoring and maintaining health & safety, maintaining environmental good practice, preparing & conducting field surveys and the maintenance of equipment and machines alongside habitat and management & how to construct and maintain paths & boundaries.
Countryside Workers carry out specific environmental and conservation tasks and they will also be clear about how practical conservation work interacts with the productive and recreational use of the countryside, including allied farming (livestock and crop production) and sporting activities (most commonly fishing and shooting) and how these relate to countryside management practices.
You need to be working full or part-time in the industry, in order to gain the practical experience required to complete the apprenticeship.
|Subject||Horticulture & Gardening|
|Start Date||Start Dates Throughout The Year|
|End Date||End Dates Throughout The Year|
|Start Date||Start Time||End Date||End Time||Day||Duration||Venue|
|Start Dates Throughout The Year||9am||End Dates Throughout The Year||4:30pm||Tuesday||2 Years||Shipley College|
You must pass an initial assessment in English & maths or have recently gained GCSE grades 4 or above in English & maths. You will need to attend an interview to determine if this apprenticeship is right for you.
To apply, send your CV to email@example.com noting the apprenticeship you're interested in.
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