Intermed Engineering Applications

ADL - Academy for Distance Learning
Distancia

£ 325 - (Rs 28,003)
+ VAT

Important information

  • Vocational qualification
  • Distance learning
  • 100 hours of class
  • When:
    Flexible
Description

A basic understanding of Engineering function is assumed, equivalent to Engineering I - Machinery & Equipment BSC105.



This course provides an achievable first step towards a career and future you want...an opportunity to test the water without over commiting.

Advance your knowledge in Engineering and take steps to secure a workplace in a field you like.
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Important information
Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
Flexible
Distance Learning

What you'll learn on the course

Management
Basic
IT
Basic IT training
Basic IT
Surveying
Horticulture
Fencing
Engineering
IT Management

Course programme

Course Aim ;

To apply appropriate, and innovative engineering solutions, to improve efficiency and productivity in agriculture and horticulture.

Lesson Structure: Engineering II - Engineering Applications BSC205

There are 9 lessons:

Water management
Earthworks
Surveying
Environmental control
Chemical applications
Fencing
Mechanisation
Engineering efficiency
Developing engineering solutions

Learning Goals: Engineering Applications BSC205

Explain surveying, including basic principles and techniques, appropriate for horticulture and agriculture
Determine earthworks required for an agricultural or horticultural site
Determine appropriate water management for an horticultural/agricultural site.
Determine technological solutions for environmental control problems, in rural or horticultural situations.
Explain the operation of equipment commonly used to apply pesticides and other chemicals in both horticultural and agricultural workplaces.
Determine appropriate fencing to use for different purposes; including security and restricting the movement of animals, pests or traffic, in agricultural and horticultural situations.
Explain the operation of machinery commonly used to mechanise manual tasks carried out in horticultural and agricultural workplaces.
Evaluate the effectiveness of engineering applications in agricultural and horticultural workplaces.
Determine procedures for improving work tasks in agricultural and horticultural situations.

This course complements Engineering I, developing skills to apply appropriate and innovative engineering solutions, to improve efficiency and productivity in agriculture and horticulture. It covers: surveying, earthworks, water management, environmental control (eg. heating, cooling, ventilation, etc.), fencing, chemical applications, mechanising manual tasks, improving engineering efficiency/operations and developing engineering solutions to different workplace tasks/problems.

Additional information

Psychology, Industrial Trade, Business Management
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