Kubota Groundcare Apprenticeship Programme

Kubota is one of the world's leading tractor and heavy equipment manufacturers, employing more than 35,000 people, with a worldwide presence in over 110 countries. 

A Kubota Apprenticeship Scheme is a partnership between Kubota and Myerscough College. This industry approved training content is designed to allow young groundcare engineers to progress into positions within Kubota dealerships across the UK.

The first 3 years of Kubota's Groundcare Apprenticeship Programme will be delivered at Myerscough College with theory and practical sessions whilst you are on block release, following technical training delivered at Kubota’s training centre.

The course runs for 48 months with approximately 32 weeks in college on a block release system.
Following this, the continual technical training will be delivered at Kubota’s training school.

Successful completion of this apprenticeship will be accepted by the Institution of Agricultural Engineers (IAgrE) as meeting the Engineering Councils requirements for Engineering Technician (EngTech) registration.

Visit Kubota's website now to sign up or to learn more - if you have any queries email our Employer Services Team. 

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