BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Animal Care - C2072

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Course Overview
This is a one year full time course during which you will learn about the basic needs of animals and their care. Course content includes: • Animal Behaviour; • Handling; • Health; • Welfare; • Feeding; • Accommodation; and • some basic Biology.

You will have a variety of classroom based lessons and practical sessions. Practical activities include cleaning out, feeding, grooming and agility. Work placement is a mandatory element of the course - you will be expected to obtain your own work placement.

Essential Skills in Literacy, Numeracy and ICT are part of the programme of study for students who have not achieved a GCSE grade C in English Language, Mathematics and a Level …

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Course Overview
This is a one year full time course during which you will learn about the basic needs of animals and their care. Course content includes: • Animal Behaviour; • Handling; • Health; • Welfare; • Feeding; • Accommodation; and • some basic Biology.

You will have a variety of classroom based lessons and practical sessions. Practical activities include cleaning out, feeding, grooming and agility. Work placement is a mandatory element of the course - you will be expected to obtain your own work placement.

Essential Skills in Literacy, Numeracy and ICT are part of the programme of study for students who have not achieved a GCSE grade C in English Language, Mathematics and a Level 2 ICT qualification. At least one course in Employability Skills will be undertaken by all students. You will be assessed by a combination of written assignments, practical work, presentations and industrial experience. Essential Skills will be assessed by examination and portfolio work.

Additional Information
Attendance at an information session is advised to enable candidates to make an informed decision regarding their application for this course.

Entry Requirements
Requirements are pre-defined by the College’s admissions criteria. In addition, Students must produce medical evidence of current tetanus vaccination prior to commencement of animal house work and work experience.

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