Part time Game Keeping (NVQ 2) AG106

Kingston Maurward College
In Dorchester

£499
+ VAT
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Important information

Typology NVQ
Location Dorchester
Duration 34 Days
  • NVQ
  • Dorchester
  • Duration:
    34 Days
Description

A one day per week course that will provide the skills needed to attain an NVQ qualification showing you have reached the national standard at Level 2 and are capable at carrying out a range of normal tasks and routines on a shoot. The course can be undertaken as an apprenticeship and by adult trainees.

Important information

Government funding available

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Dorchester
DT2 8PY, Dorset, England
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Starts On request
Location
Dorchester
DT2 8PY, Dorset, England
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Course programme


Game Keeping (NVQ 2) AG106
QualificationNVQ Level 2 in Gamekeeping and Wildlife Management
Qualification Level
Level : 2
What do these levels mean?

Duration :1 day / week for 34 weeks

Times :Work Based Learning

Dates :Work Based Learning
18-11-09 to 24-03-10

Run by : Agriculture Department.
Tutor : Tim Stephens

Awarding Body
City & Guilds

Is it right for me?
A one day per week course that will provide the skills needed to attain an NVQ qualification showing you have reached the national standard at Level 2 and are capable at carrying out a range of normal tasks and routines on a shoot. The course can be undertaken as an apprenticeship and by adult trainees.

What will I be learning about?
Units covered will include:
  • Game shooting activities
  • Monitoring and maintaining game populations and habitats
  • Management of public relations and access
  • Maintain and repair structures
  • Pest control
  • Game bird production
  • Deer management

What is involved?
Underpinning knowledge, practical skills development.

Where will it take me?
Trainee keeper, underkeeper, beater, picker'up, gundog handler, game farm assistant.

What materials are required?
Practical clothing, overalls, waterproofs, wellingtons, steel toe'capped boots, basic stationery. Tetanus protection is recommended.

What is next?
National Award, Certificate or Diploma in Gamekeeping. NVQ Level 3 in Gamekeeping and Wildlife Management.

How will I be assessed?
A series of workplace assessments and short written assessments.

How much will it cost?
£499

Money Matters
Notes
This course can be funded by Train 2 Gain.


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