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Course Code
21002 22
Course Title
ANIMAL CARE LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA C&G
Level
Level 2
Duration
1 year(s)
Entry Requirements
Four GCSEs at grades 9-1, A-G (English at Grade C is desirable) or a relevant Level 1 qualification at Merit level. A real interest in animals, science and business, as well as the motivation to succeed are important.
Venue
Dunstable
Start Date
September 2022
Fees
Funded £0.00
Non-Funded £0.00

Course content

• Enthusiasm for animals • Looking for practical work experience • Prepared to be working outdoors in all weather conditions • Keen interest in learning the theory involved in animal husbandry and biological systems • Assignment based, NO end of year exam

This course will broaden your knowledge and experience with a range of animal species. This course will introduce a broad range of animals and provides you with a foundation to build on, for your specific career path.

Your Study Programme includes valuable additions to help you succeed! • English & Maths: For all students who have not achieved a grade 4 or higher in GCSE Maths or English, you will be required to restudy and sit these exams again throughout your time with us, alongside your vocational course. • Personal Professional Development sessions (PPD) will teach you valuable skills that employers are looking for including communication, time management and life skills that you can take with you anywhere you go! • You will have a regular 1:1 appointment with highly qualified and experienced professionals who will help you to manage your workload, give you valuable feedback and ensure that you meet College expectations. • Careers Advice & Guidance is available throughout your time at CBC from our friendly, dedicated Advisors. They can provide you with a wide range of support including CV writing, UCAS applications, interview skills and much more.

Location

Dunstable Kingsway Campus.

Location

Dunstable Kingsway Campus.

How will I learn? You will learn through a variety of different methods including practical work during your course to develop your skills. Your areas of study will include: • Feeding and handling animals • Animal health and welfare • Animal accommodations • Animal behaviour • Basic principles of Biology

How will I be assessed?

Practical and theoretically assessed through assignments. Your assessments throughout this course will keep you on track to achieve; these could include observations in your work placement, assignment tasks and a portfolio of evidence to support your learning.

Equipment and other costs

For your work experience, you will require to purchase a pair of overalls and steel-capped boots or wellington boots.

What additional work outside of college will I need to do?

3 days per week, you will attend our Dunstable campus. In addition, you will also be required to complete a set number of work experience hours throughout your course. Other trips may be made available.

Do I need to find a work placement? Do I need a DBS?

Not Applicable. We will provide you with work placement and arrange transport there and back.

What have students who have taken this course in the past progressed onto?

Upon completing your course, you have a great range of options available to help you continue your adventure. You may choose to continue your studies in college and progress onto a level 3 course such as the Animal management level 3 foundation and extended diploma. There is a range of employment options available to you following this course.

What are the expected employment sectors for this course?

There is an array of positions that you could go onto on completion of this course, these include: • Trainee kennel hand • Trainee Dog groomer • Apprentice Zookeeper • Farm worker • Trainee animal technician • Trainee animal assistant • Trainee groom (horse yard worker) • Pet shop assistant • Trainee RSPCA inspector

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