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46 Agricultural Science Training Courses

See also: Horticulture, Machinery, Rural Development, Land Based Studies, Forestry & Timber Production, and Animal Husbandry.

See also: Horticulture, Machinery, and Rural Development.

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Agriculture, Economics and Nature

Logo Coursera (CC)

About this course: Sound economic thinking is crucial for farmers because they depend on good economic decision making to survive. Governme…

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Stepping Out (Agriculture and Garden/Landscape Design)

Logo The College of West Anglia

These foundation learning tier courses provide the progression pathways for learners who have yet to achieve the required grades to study f…

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MA Agriculture and Rural Development (Part time)

Logo University of East Anglia

The MA Agriculture and Rural Development offers cutting-edge insights and skills on the linkages between agriculture and rural development.…

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Agriculture, Conservation and Environment BSc (Hons)

Logo Bangor University

What is this Agriculture, Conservation and Environment degree about?... Attitudes to the countryside are changing. People are realising tha…

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Level 3 Diploma in Agriculture

Logo Kingston Maurward College

This Level 3 qualification (equivalent to one and a half to two A levels) is suitable for school leavers or mature students. The course is …

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Diploma in Agriculture and Garden/Landscape Design Level 1

Logo The College of West Anglia

This programme is designed to provide a sound knowledge and skills base and to prepare students for a wide range of careers in the horticul…

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Level 1 - Introduction to Agriculture and the Countryside

Logo Kingston Maurward College

Learn the basic skills, knowledge and understanding of working in agriculture and the countryside and prepare for employment or progression…

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MA Agriculture and Rural Development

Logo University of East Anglia

The MA Agriculture and Rural Development offers cutting-edge insights and skills on the linkages between agriculture and rural development.…

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Agriculture Intermediate Apprenticeship

Logo Kingston Maurward College

Learn about livestock feeding, handling, health, and housing, plus growing, harvesting and storing crops, tractor driving / machinery maint…

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Level 3 Subsidiary Diploma Animal Management – Agriculture/ Countryside Pathway

Logo Kingston Maurward College

AC213 This course is one of the pathway choices for Level 3 Animal Management. In the first year you will complete a Level 3 Subsidiary Dip…

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LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN AGRICULTURE

Logo Coleg Cambria

Full Time This course which can be studied in Welsh or English medium provides a sound base to progress into employment or higher education…

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Agriculture Extended Apprenticeship

Logo Kingston Maurward College

As a Level 2 Extended Apprentice you will learn about farming and conservation at work and study the underpinning knowledge at college for …

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Agriculture Advanced Apprenticeship

Logo Kingston Maurward College

This Advanced Apprenticeship in Agriculture is a challenging framework of qualifications based around a Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Agric…

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Diploma in Agriculture Level 2

Logo The College of West Anglia

This course is for young people who are considering a career in agriculture/horticulture, and are concerned with conservation and the envir…