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Certificate of Competence in Granular Fertiliser Application (AGF02)
Practical assessment in maintenance, pre use checks, calibration and use of a Granular Fertiliser applicator including accurate application on site, environmental considerations and health and safety requirements.
UNIT 1 - Safety and the Environment for Granular Fertiliser Application
UNIT 2 - Apply Granular Fertiliser
Candidates must successfully achieve all assessment activities in both units.
Candidates must be a minimum age of 16 or over.
Certificates will be endorsed according to the type of machine used for the assessment.
Either: a) Mounted or Trailed Spreader
Or: b) Pedestrian Controlled Spreader
The candidate will be able to:
• Understand how application will affect the environment
• Show what precautions need to be considered when applying granular fertiliser using different methods of application
• Set up and calibrate a granular fertiliser applicator
• Accurately apply fertiliser to a given area with due regard to the environment
• Demonstrate procedures to maintain the applicator with due regard to safety of themselves, others and the environment.
• Complete an application record accurately
• State the required underpinning knowledge
For further information detailing the activities taken during the assessment of each unit please visit the NPTC Assessment Schedule (link opens in a new window).
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