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Tractor Driven Arm Mounted Flail Cutter (Lantra Awards)

CPD and short courses (short course)

Writtle

1 day

Overview

Join our one-day course at Writtle College, for experienced tractor drivers who wish to use an arm mounted flail cutter. Our course is accredited by Lantra Awards and includes an assessment.

Who should attend?

This course is for experienced tractor drivers; we'll ask you to sign and return an Experienced Tractor Driving Operator Declaration before attending.

Dates

Dates are to be confirmed.

Please register your interest in future courses and we'll be in touch when dates are arranged.

Where you'll study

Your faculty

At Writtle College, our courses blending classroom learning with hands-on experience in specialised fields such as sport, agriculture, horticulture, animal studies, equine studies, conservation and floristry.

Our Level 2 and Level 3 programmes are designed to prepare you for your future career or higher education pathways.

Study on our beautiful countryside campus, with dedicated resource centres and state-of-the-art facilities – and be a part of our supportive community.

Where can I study?

Writtle campus
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Our picturesque 150-hectare campus is situated in the heart of the Essex countryside.

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Fees & funding

Course fees

Standard fee

£275

Bookings for four people

£900

Contact details

Short Courses team
[email protected]

Entry requirements

The course is aimed at competent tractor drivers. You should be certain of your ability before attending, as we'll ask you to sign and return an Experienced Tractor Driving Operator Declaration.

As we're governed by Health and Safety Executive (HSE) regulations, you will not be allowed to start the course without wearing steel toe-capped boots or shoes, gloves and suitable protective clothing which provides full cover for arms and legs. We strongly recommend also wearing a high-visibility vest.

By making a booking you are declaring yourself medically fit to participate in this course.

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We'll be in touch when new dates are available.

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