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Agricultural Science is the application of science and other disciplines (e.g. business) to the production of quality food. Agriculture is identified as an industry of major growth and development in Ireland and internationally, and continues to be of major significance in the country's economic recovery. ... (Training Available by Institute of Technology Tralee) Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Science
This new level 8 degree course has been introduced in September 2010 by DkIT in partnership with Ballyhaise College. It provides progression for graduates from the existing DkIT agricultural programmes. The programme covers the emerging areas of agriculture and agri food production including environmental issues, world class farming and rural development. Graduates may be employed as commercial farmers, rural entrepreneurs, supervisors/managers in the agri food industry or research, advisory and inspectoral roles in DAFF or Teagasc. ... (Training Available by Ballyhaise Agricultural College) Batchelor of Science (Hons) in Sustainable Agriculture
Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Agriculture for Non-Agricultural Level 6 Award HoldersFrom the end of March 2008 this course replaces the Certificate in Animal and Crop Production (100 hours) and the Certificate in Farm Management (80 hours) as the minimum requirement for Stamp Duty exemption for persons who have completed recognised University / Institute of Technology courses to Level 6 or equivalent.Gurteen College provides this course in partnership with Teagasc eCollege.Enquiries and applications to Teagasc eCollege ... (Training Available by Gurteen Agricultural College) Advanced Certificate in Agriculture (Non-Agric. Level 6 Holders)
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Advanced Certificate in Agriculture Level 6(Part-time mode)Accredited by FETACCourse code: CAGRIGeneral:This course is designed for adult full-time and part-time farmers, and adults with off-farm employment who may be farming in the future.The qualifications gained are of equal status to the full-time course option.The course is run over approximately 30 months and involves 2 nights per week (Tuesday & Wednesday, 7.00 - 10.00 pm) for 30 weeks each year and 10 practical days at the college. Students are also required to complete practical work during the course on their own / home farm.Students must also study and pass the mandatory modules and obtain a total of 115 credits. On successful completion of this part-time course students are awarded the FETAC Advanced Certificate in Agriculture Level 6, which meets the training requirements for Stamp Duty Exemption and Installation Aid. Progression and career opportunities:Advanced Certificate in Farm ManagementFull-time or part-t ... (Training Available by Gurteen Agricultural College) Advanced Certificate in Agriculture (Part-time) - FETAC Level 6
A qualification in Agriculture is essential if a person wishes to avail of the many financial incentives which are available to "young trained farmers". These include: A. Stamp Duty Relief on the purchase or transfer of land B. Installation Aid C. Early Retirement Scheme D. Farm Grant Schemes E. Dairy Partnerships Teagasc offer different courses which enable young farmers i.e. under 35 years of age, to satisfy the educational requirements for these schemes. Price Waterhouse Cooper conducted a review of the Teagasc Education and Training provision in 2005. One of their recommendations was that the basic 180 hours Teagasc course would no longer satisfy the requirements for stamp duty exemption etc. This will affect people who have either third level qualifications or a FAS certificate. For these people the 180 hours course would formerly have been sufficient, but in future this will not be ... (Training Available by Pallaskenry Agricultural College) The new Teagasc Level 6 Advanced Certificate in Agriculture
Applications for this course which is run in partnership with Dundalk Institute of Technology are made through the CAO, course code DK 685. This 6 semester course is delivered over 3 years to provide participants with a combination of Agriculture and Business orientated study at degree level. Students spend 3 days per week in Ballyhaise during the first two years and 1 day per week in the third year. There is an 8 week practical training period with an approved host farmer in second year and students complete a 12 week internship at the end of the third year. Graduates may be employed in the Agri-food industry or may progress to a full Level 8 Degree in DkIT or UCD. ... (Training Available by Ballyhaise Agricultural College) Bachelor of Science in Agriculture
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