Landbased Engineering is an exciting and varied career.
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Farmers, agricultural contractors, sports turf professionals, foresters etc all rely on modern technology to help them with their work. Land-based engineers are
responsible for developing, manufacturing, selling and servicing the machinery and vehicles they use. There are careers for engineering graduates, and for
technicians and other staff with lower-level qualifcations.
The nature of the work
Those working in land-based engineering, which is sometimes referred to as agricultural engineering, are involved in the design, manufacture, installation, fault
diagnosis, and repair and servicing of many di