Full Time Animal Management Level 3 National Award BTEC

Norton Radstock College
In Radstock

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Important information

Typology BTEC
Location Radstock
Duration 1 Year
  • BTEC
  • Radstock
  • Duration:
    1 Year
Description

This 1 year long Award provides fundamental training in aspects of Animal Husbandry such as Health, handling and nutrition but is also designed to offer exciting specialist optional units to tailor your knowledge and experience to your chosen career goals e.g. Pet Store Management, Animal Rehabilitation or Kennel & Cattery Management. Alternatively, you can just select units which interest.

Important information

Government funding available

Venues

Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Radstock
South Hill Park, BA3 3RW, Avon, England
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Starts On request
Location
Radstock
South Hill Park, BA3 3RW, Avon, England
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Frequent Asked Questions

· Requirements

A BTEC First Diploma in Animal Care, with an overall Distinction. Alternatively 4 C grade GCSEs (including Science and English Language) and previous experience of working with animals. You will also need to attend a formal interview and pass an initial assessment to a minimum level of 2/3

Course programme



Animal Care - Animal Management Level 3 National Award BTEC
Course Code:
ACAMGL3

This 1 year long Award provides fundamental training in aspects of Animal Husbandry such as Health, handling and nutrition but is also designed to offer exciting specialist optional units to tailor your knowledge and experience to your chosen career goals e.g. Pet Store Management, Animal Rehabilitation or Kennel & Cattery Management. Alternatively, you can just select units which interest you*. Excellent all round practical experience is gained through our own well stocked Animal Centre and regular field visits during class time to a variety of collections to support learning and may culminate in a end of year study tour within the UK depending on the options chosen. To maintain a competitive CV, you will also do a weekly placement as well as a two week block. *subject to availability.

Course Length:
1 Years

Qualification Level:
3

Award Body:
EDEXCEL

What next after the course:
Depending on units chosen, employment opportunities are present in zoo and conservation work, rescue centres and shelters, kennels and catteries, and pet shop and aquatic centres.

Course content:
Animal Health
Optional units* are diverse and examples include: Nutrition, Welfare & Breed Development, Behaviour, Breeding, Customer Care, Business, Nursing, Wildlife Rehabilitation, Aquatics, Exotic's Management, Ecology, Kennel & Cattery or Grooming parlour management *subject to numbers and availability

Assessments:
Practical assessment
Presentations
Projects
Workplace activities

How will I learn:
Practical activites
Taught sessions
Work placement
Visits to settings


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