How to take a course in agriculture management, from farmers to greenhouses
The course for the new Greenhouse Management course is called Agri Management, and it is a three-month course designed to help you prepare for your career as a farmer, or a greenhouse specialist.
Agri Management is a part of the Agricultural Engineering programme and the courses aim to be more than just an education, the course description reads.
The aim of this course is to develop you as a competent farmer, an engineer and a professional.
The course has a variety of topics to cover, ranging from the fundamentals of agriculture, to plant management and climate change to sustainable food systems.
It is designed to give you a broad understanding of the different aspects of the industry and the challenges and opportunities facing farmers.
What do I need to know about the course?
You will learn the fundamentals of agriculture, including farming systems, farming practices, climate change and growing conditions, as well as the fundamentals about growing and harvesting crops.
How long will the course be?
The course is designed for three months, with a maximum of eight hours of study per week.
Who should take the course, and what will I need for the course to work?
It is designed as a course for a specific sector, so you will need to have a specific skillset.
You will need a strong understanding of plant management, climate and soil, and the need to work with soil and water.
Do I need a PhD to take the agri management course?
Yes, you should have a PhD in Agriculture and Agri-Food Sciences to be eligible to take this course.
It will take up to four years to complete the course.
Which companies will be taking the course in 2018?
Agriculture Management is designed by the British College of Agricultural and Horticultural Sciences, and is aimed at students from a range of different academic backgrounds.
It has a wide range of topics, including growing, processing and packaging.
Is there anything you can add to the course if you want to be a more ambitious farmer?
The course aims to provide you with an in-depth understanding of a wide variety of the agroecological aspects of farming.
You can choose to work in a greenhouse, or you can work as a greenhouse specialist.