Modern farming is increasingly reliant on advanced technology. In an ever changing, fast-paced industry, stay ahead of the curve with our agricultural engineering courses.
What are the courses about?
You will gain an understanding of the workings of land-based agricultural machinery. This includes the servicing and maintenance of farming machinery from 4x4s and quad bikes to tractors and advanced technical equipment.
What will I do as part of the courses?
On our agricultural engineering qualifications you will learn about the design, construction and improvement of farming equipment and machinery through hands-on and theoretical learning.
Taught by industry expert teachers, you will hone your mechanical, mathematical and practical skills, and gain real experience of work experience with employers in the industry.
Courses offer progression to a Land-based Service Engineer Apprenticeship and becoming a registered Engineering Technician accredited by the Institution of Agricultural Engineers.
You can go on to study an agricultural engineering degree and pursue a career in a range of agricultural engineering and technician roles.
Is it suitable for me?
If you enjoy understanding how things work and problem solving, and have a keen interest in engineering and technology, agricultural engineering could be for you.
Example agricultural engineering careers
£25-40k per year
Agricultural engineering technician
£20-38k per year