Course Title:
BGAS-CSWIP Agricultural and Environmental Inspector

CountryVenueCourse FeeStart DateFurther Information
United KingdomCambridge
on request
14 November 2017
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Suitable for:
Candidates who wish to progress into a career in agricultural and environmental inspection.

Course Content:

Key environmental issues; general understanding of agricultural operations; interpretation of strip maps; reportable diseases; field drainage - principles, types of system, drain types; farm/pipeline fencing; topsoil strip; excavation and drain making; backfill; civilisation and ripping; reinstatement; reporting. BS 8010; P10; MAFF: Soil Code; MAFF: Code of Good Practice for the Protection of Water; MAFF: Preventing the Spread of Plant and Animal Diseases; Badgers Act 1992.

Certification/Awarding Body:

Additional Information:

Fee does not include the exam fee.

Candidates MUST bring:
  • 2 passport sized photographs
  • a valid eyesight certificate - Times Numeral 4
  • a completed application form and full examination fee

Important information regarding the new BGAS-CSWIP scheme

The minimum duration for industrial experience prior to or following success in the qualification examination is 3 months, showing knowledge of environmental protection and agricultural operations.

For more information on the BGAS-CSWIP scheme, please view the BGAS-CSWIP scheme document