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Current Vacancies

Agriculture (SK/MCF)

Level 2 Apprenticeship

Location: Sheffield - S6

Please call Sue Kelly on 01332 794910 for further details

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About DART

DART was founded in 1999 to meet a growing demand for work based training and development. We work closely with Government funding agencies, City and Guilds and the National Apprenticeship Service to provide a range a high quality courses and qualifications.Read More...

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Apprenticeships explained

You can start an Apprenticeship from the age of 16. You must be enthusiastic, willing to learn from others and be committed to the training.Read More...

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Employers

Apprenticeships help to improve productivity and lead you to be more competitive. Training apprentices can also be more cost effective than hiring skilled staff, leading to lower overall training and recruitment costs.Read More...

Courses Coming Up

NPTC Pesticides PA1 (0216) & PA6 (021615)

Training 15th & 16th December 2014, PA1 Assessment 16th December 2014, PA6 Assessment 18th  December 2014

 

NPTC Animal Transport  - (Short Journeys) (0141-04)

Assessment Only 16th December 2014

 

NPTC Animal Transport  - Sheep & Cattle (Short Journeys) (0141-04)

Assessment Only 17th December 2014

 

NTPC Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-Cutting (002003) (Previously known as CS30) and Felling & Processing Trees up to 380mm (002004) (Previously known as CS31) REFRESHER

Refresher Training 5th & 6th January 2015

 

NPTC Pesticides PA1 (0216) & PA6 (021615)

Training 13th & 14th January 2015, PA1 Assessment 14th January 2015, PA6 Assessment 15th January 2015

 

NPTC Safe use of a Manually Fed Wood-Chipper (002058)

Training 15th January 2015, Assessment 16th January 2015

 

NPTC Tree Climbing and Recsue (002013) (Previously known as CS38)

Training 19th, 20th, 21st & 22nd January 2015, Assessment 23rd January 2015

 

NTPC Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-Cutting (002003) (Previously known as CS30) and Felling & Processing Trees up to 380mm (002004) (Previously known as CS31)

Training 22nd,  23rd, 26th & 27th January 2015, Assessments 28 th or 29 th January 2015

 

ROLO  - Land Based Health & Safety Course

Training 23rd January 2015, Assessment 23rd January 2015

 

NPTC Pesticides PA1 (0216) & PA6 (021615)

Training 23rd & 24th February 2015, PA1 Assessment 24th February 2015, PA6 Assessment 26th February 2015

 

NTPC Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-Cutting (002003) (Previously known as CS30) and Felling & Processing Trees up to 380mm (002004) (Previously known as CS31)

Training 26th & 27th February, 2nd & 3rd March 2015, Assessments 4th or 5th March 2015

 

NPTC Pesticides PA1 (0216) & PA6 (021615)

Training 9th & 10th March 2015, PA1 Assessment 10th March 2015, PA6 Assessment 12th March 2015

 

NTPC Chainsaw Maintenance & Cross-Cutting (002003) (Previously known as CS30) and Felling & Processing Trees up to 380mm (002004) (Previously known as CS31)

Training 19th, 20th, 23rd & 24th March 2015, Assessments 25th or 26th March 2015

 

NPTC Pesticides PA1 (0216) & PA6 (021615)

Training 23rd & 24th March 2015, PA1 Assessment 24th March 2015, PA6 Assessment 26th March 2015

Latest News

A field of gold!

Jon Ford in a field of fodder beet at his Advanced Apprenticeship placement in Willington.Read More...

Successful Learners!

15 of our learners have successfully achieved their programme of learning in November! Read More...

Inspiring and motivating careers activities in schools

Here are even more schools that we would like to say a big “thank you” to !Read More...

Next Event Dates

The NSA Central Region Winter Fair returns to Bakewell Agricultural Centre on 29th January 2015. The theme for this year's event is 'Helping sheep farmers move forward', and the potential for progress is the focus for the exciting range of seminars and events planned for the day.

We are delighted to have a number of teams from schools entering the NSA Young Shepherd of the Year Competition. Competitors will be asked to demonstrate a number of practical activities including lamb sorting, sheep handling and vaccinating and dosing techniques. There will also be a written test. The top two placings will qualify for the national final at NSA Sheep Event 2016. We wish them all well!