Some of the knowledge, skills and behaviour aspects you will cover will include:
The procedures used to carry out a risk assessment, identify risks and implement a plan to reduce and mitigate hazards both in the workplace and on site
The identification, application and care of diagnostic tools and equipment used within the job role. E.g. diagnostic platforms, engine performance analysis equipment, electrical and hydraulic diagnostic equipment specific to the industry sector worked within.
How to read and interpret complex wiring and hydraulic circuit diagrams relevant to the industry sector worked within and to relate this information to logical fault finding and diagnosis
The underpinning repair principles and practices used in the diagnosis and repair of complex technological systems, and electro – hydraulic systems
How to record information and communicate concisely using a range of manual and electronic techniques. Typically this will include recording diagnostic data, production of machinery condition reports, the preparation of out of season service reports, repair proposals and quotations, incident reports for manufacturer’s service departments and the completion of installation and handover documentation.
How to access and interpret technical data and the influence of operational conditions in the diagnosis and repair of current and emerging technology.
Techniques used in logical diagnosis and verification of complex machinery, plant and equipment performance.
How to work professionally and engage in continual professional development.
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