NLBC Sector: Land Based Engineering

Sub-sectors: Crop processing, precision farming, UAVs / drones, animal handling and transport, harvesting, forest engineering, irrigation, tractors / vehicles, Agri-Tech.

Occupations: Agricultural machinist, tractor driver, machinery operator, agricultural engineer, technician, environmental engineer, forest engineer.

Landbased Engineering Apprenticeship (England)

Landbased engineering is a broad and highly specialised industry working with a vast array of machines. Employees are expected to work on a wide range of specialist vehicles and machines used in agriculture, forestry, horticulture, groundcare and fixed plant. An

About Apprenticeships – City & Guilds
Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeships are available across the UK, but there are differences in components and structure between apprenticeships in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland. All apprenticeships are currently developed and funded by the Government. In England, this has change under the

Apprenticeship Index – GOV.UK
Apprenticeship Information

Index of Government guides for employers and apprentices.  You can subscribe to email alerts when this content changes and so keep up-to-date with all the latest developments.

Apprenticeship Reforms – City & Guilds
Apprenticeship Information

Apprenticeships in England are in the process of undergoing a dramatic transformation. As a result of Government reforms, a new style of apprenticeships has been designed to meet the changing needs of employers, learners and providers.

Apprenticeship Search – GOV.UK
Apprenticeship Information

Find apprenticeship training in England. This will search all available apprenticeships in England by key words and then list providers that offer them.

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