Crawfords have been involved with the AGCO Apprenticeship Scheme since 2009.
The AGCO Apprenticeship runs in partnership with Moreton Morrell College and has been the starting point for some of the most highly-respected and sought-after agricultural engineers in the industry.
The AGCO Apprenticeship Scheme combines classroom and workshop training with practical, work-based development to lay solid foundations for a successful career, working with such brands as Massey Ferguson, Fendt and Valtra.
What apprenticeships are available?
What are the key benefits?
- The scheme is delivered by expertly trained AGCO lecturers and instructors
- Apprentices progress at work and at college is monitored to help apprentices uphold and exceed all required national standards and qualifications
- Apprentices are equipped with additional soft skills to help in the work place
- The College works with a range of industry and awarding bodies to ensure that the content is relevant to the industry
- Manufacturer Technical Training at AGCO’s training academy
- Broad range of machinery accessed to ensure apprentices are working on the latest technology where appropriate
Why should I apply?
An AGCO apprenticeship is an opportunity to “earn while you learn” – you will receive a wage from Crawfords as you complete your apprenticeship.
By successfully participating in an AGCO apprenticeship, you will achieve an industry approved qualification at the same time as gaining fantastic hands-on practical skills through a manufacturer backed scheme; all whilst earning a wage!