Course Leader: James Bianchi
Number of years: 1
Students are assessed using written assignments and practical assessments.
This course is designed for students who are interested in a successful career working in the countryside. It has a mixture of theory and practical sessions where you will learn about a range of rural industries and habitats as well as gain a range of practical skills including forestry, countryside management and estate skills.
Here are some examples of the types of modules you can study:
- Estate maintenance
- Conservation and improvement of British habitats
- Introduction to environmental studies
For entry onto this course, we require students to meet one of the following criteria:
2 A-D grade GCSE’s (ideally including English and Science)
A relevant Level 1 qualification
Level 1 Literacy and Numeracy
All students will be assessed for their suitability for this programme at interview.