BTEC Diploma in Animal Care Level 2

Huddersfield Technical College
In Huntington

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Typology GCSE
Location Huntington
Start Different dates available
  • GCSE
  • Huntington
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    Different dates available
Description

ade E or above, or a level 1 qualification, at pass or merit grade, Level 1 English, and maths at entry level 3. You will need a keen interest in the subject and a commitment to the welfare of animals.

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Where and when

Starts Location
Different dates available
Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
See map

What you'll learn on the course

IT
Animal Care
Maths
English
Industry
Skills and Training

Course programme

Overview

The course will give you the academic knowledge and practical skills you need for a position in the animal care industry or to progress on to higher level courses.You will:

  • complete work experience in the land-based industries,
  • maintain animal accommodation,
  • learn about practical animal feeding,
  • maintain animal health and welfare,
  • participate in providing estate maintenance, and
  • be introduced to animal breeds and grooming.

This course has a balance of academic and practical subjects. Practical work takes place at our purpose-built, extensive animal unit and the grooming salon.
Many students work at kennels, catteries, animal grooming parlours, pet shops, veterinary practices and stables. You may change your placement as your ideas develop. You will also work in the college's own animal unit under supervision.


Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of four GCSEs grade D or above, including English language, and maths at grade E or above, or
  • a level 1 qualification, at pass or merit grade, Level 1 English, and maths at entry level 3.

You will need a keen interest in the subject and a commitment to the welfare of animals.


Entry Requirements

  • A minimum of four GCSEs grade D or above, including English language, and maths at grade E or above, or
  • a level 1 qualification, at pass or merit grade, Level 1 English, and maths at entry level 3.

You will need a keen interest in the subject and a commitment to the welfare of animals.


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