Part-Time FIRST DIPLOMA IN FISH HUSBANDRY (LEVEL 2)

In Canterbury

Price on request

Description

  • Typology

    Vocational qualification

  • Location

    Canterbury

  • Duration

    1 Year

Description

Providing an introduction to various aspects of fisheries management, this course makes use of both on-site and off-site facilities. You will develop a solid foundation of skills and knowledge needed to pursue a successful career within this sector. It's highly practical content will further enhance your understanding of lake ecology, fish species and biology, habitat requirements

Facilities

Location

Starts

Canterbury (Kent)
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Hadlow College, Spring Lane, Canterbury,, CT1 1TB

Starts

On request

To take into account

Evidence of GCSE achievement at Grade D or above, or equivalent qualification attainment at a reasonable level and profile. Students need to have a willingness to learn and some aptitude for coursework. Additional Experience Life experiences will be taken into account when considering applications

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Course programme



Providing an introduction to various aspects of fisheries management, this course makes use of both on-site and off-site facilities. You will develop a solid foundation of skills and knowledge needed to pursue a successful career within this sector. It's highly practical content will further enhance your understanding of lake ecology, fish species and biology, habitat requirements and enhancements, angling skills, fishery management and working within the industry.

Entry Requirements

Evidence of GCSE achievement at Grade D or above, or equivalent qualification attainment at a reasonable level and profile. Students need to have a willingness to learn and some aptitude for coursework.

Additional Experience
Life experiences will be taken into account when considering applications

Location
Canterbury, Hadlow

Course Duration
1 year, 4 days per week.

Course Content
  • Fish industry and organisations
  • Fish biology and health
  • Introduction to aquatic ecology
  • Game and coarse angling in the United Kingdom
  • Freshwater sport fishery management
  • Work related experience in the fish industry
  • Key skills


Assessment Method
Continuous assessments throughout the year comprising written and oral tests, practical assignments and identification tests.

Progression Routes
Successful students can further enhance their skills by enrolling onto a work-based qualification, Apprenticeship or the National Diploma. Alternatively, should you wish to do so, you may gain employment in the fisheries industry.

Specialist Equipment Needed
Fishing tackle, Environment Agency Rod license, chest waders, warm and waterproof clothing and steel toe-capped boots.

Part-Time FIRST DIPLOMA IN FISH HUSBANDRY (LEVEL 2)

Price on request