Subsidiary Diploma in Horse Management Level 3

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Course Level: Level 3 Course Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Days at College 4 days Course Description

It is possible to study certain units of the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Horse Management programme on a part-time and full-time basis. The Subsidiary Diploma in Horse Management offers a flexible opportunity to study at Level 3 by completing 6 units, rather than the 18 required when taking the Extended Diploma.

Entry Requirements

It is essential that your Initial Assessment results show that you are working at Level 2. You will also need to have achieved 4 GCSEs at grades A–C, including English, Maths and Science or equivalent.

What You Will Study

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Course Level: Level 3 Course Duration: 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time Days at College 4 days Course Description

It is possible to study certain units of the Level 3 Extended Diploma in Horse Management programme on a part-time and full-time basis. The Subsidiary Diploma in Horse Management offers a flexible opportunity to study at Level 3 by completing 6 units, rather than the 18 required when taking the Extended Diploma.

Entry Requirements

It is essential that your Initial Assessment results show that you are working at Level 2. You will also need to have achieved 4 GCSEs at grades A–C, including English, Maths and Science or equivalent.

What You Will Study

Any six units can be taken from the Extended Diploma route depending on interest. This can be discussed at the time of interview.

All students carry out weekend duties on this programme. Any riding at the College is subject to a satisfactory
riding assessment.


Functional Skills

You will also work towards nationally recognised Functional Skills qualifications (English, Maths and ICT).

What Next?

Successful students may continue in education at Bicton College or progress to employment in the equine industry.

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