Kirklees College

HNC/HND in Equine Management Level 4 and 5

Kirklees College
In Huntington

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Typology GCSE
Location Huntington
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Description

>Entry RequirementsMMM Level 3 Extended diploma in relevant qualification.
DD Diploma in relevant qualification
Equating to 240 UCAS points
Entry RequirementsMMM Level 3 Extended dipl

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Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
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Starts Different dates available
Location
Huntington
North Yorkshire, England
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What you'll learn on the course

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Course programme

Overview

It combines a good all round understanding with specialist knowledge of emerging equine areas/ techniques.

With the support of major feed manufacturers in the UK we will be working on research projects from September, which all learners will be involved in. In addition there will be behaviour projects.

There will be trips to Ireland and either Holland/Germany as well as opportunities to attend major shows/ industry events (at additional cost).

Venues to include Waterfront Huddersfield, Hargate Hill Equestrian Centre and a working farm/ yard for research studies. Transport available between venues.

Units to include:

  • Biological principles
  • Anatomy and Physiology
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Principles of Stud Management
  • Equine Exercise Physiology
  • Equine Sports Medicine
  • Animal Husbandry Management
  • Management of the Performance Horse

Entry Requirements

MMM Level 3 Extended diploma in relevant qualification.
DD Diploma in relevant qualification
Equating to 240 UCAS points


Entry Requirements

MMM Level 3 Extended diploma in relevant qualification.
DD Diploma in relevant qualification
Equating to 240 UCAS points


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