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School Leavers' Enrolment - Countryside Management, Land & Wildlife & Agriculture

Countryside Management, Land & Wildlife & Agriculture courses will start Tuesday 06 September 2022.

You will be required to dress appropriately and expect to undertake some practical and theoretical initial assessments during the first week.

Countryside Management, Land & Wildlife &  Agriculture


  • Please note the extra uniform stated in the Induction Pack

Hoodies, sleeveless or low tops are not allowed in the workshops or when undertaking practicals.


Available to store overalls and boots for practical sessions. Please provide your own standard padlock.


Shoulder-length hair or longer must be tied back hair in a bun to comply with Health & Safety regulations.

Educational Visits

The Countryside Management, Land & Wildlife, Agriculture and Horticulture undertake lots of visits as part of the programmes of study.  These include pond dipping, surveying, walling, forestry, plant identifications in places such as Gisburn Forest, Embsay Reservoir, farms, moors, local nature reserves, and work with Skipton in Bloom and Harrogate Flower Show. Visits also include York Machinery Sales, Westmorland County Show, and BIGGA Turf Management Exhibition.


Work Experience

Level 1 Courses – Complete Work-Related Experience within College

Level 2 Technicals – Complete 150 hours of Work Experience

Level 3 Technicals – Complete 315 hours of Work Experience which includes 150 hours for the qualification

Click here for Work Experience information.

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