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  • Lucky Ewe - SCQF Level 4 Qualification in Rural Skills

    Created: 17/08/2023
    News/Events Category: Training and Learning
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    You may have already seen on their Facebook Page and webpage that Lucky Ewe are in partnership with Winward Education, and they are delivering another SCQF Level 4 Qualification in Rural Skills which is starting on 20 October 2023. 

    The National 4 Skills for Work: Rural Skills is a pre-entry qualification in farming and looking after animals, comprising of 5 practical and 5 evening coursework sessions.

    Students will learn:

    • About land-based careers;
    • How to look after animals;
    • The skills shepherds use day to day: feeding sheep, checking health, handling sheep, moving sheep;
    • Estate maintenance skills: how to use the tools to repair fences, how to set up water pipes, how to prune and plant trees and to repair drystone walls.

    Places are limited! To apply or for further information please e-mail [email protected].

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