City & Guilds Diploma in Work-based Horse Care - Level 3

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Description

A vocational qualification which combines practical skills with the necessary knowledge and understanding. Units include yard management skills, especially: Feeding and watering, health care, health and safety and working with others, plus optional units to include: Turning out for public appearance, fitting tack for specialist work, contribute to design of work programmes for horses, grassland management, travel management and lungeing to maintain/improve way of going. Management, coaching or riding pathways can be undertaken.

End Qualification:

City and Guilds Diploma in Work-based Horse Care and Management - Level 3

Entry Requirements:

Interview required

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A vocational qualification which combines practical skills with the necessary knowledge and understanding. Units include yard management skills, especially: Feeding and watering, health care, health and safety and working with others, plus optional units to include: Turning out for public appearance, fitting tack for specialist work, contribute to design of work programmes for horses, grassland management, travel management and lungeing to maintain/improve way of going. Management, coaching or riding pathways can be undertaken.

End Qualification:

City and Guilds Diploma in Work-based Horse Care and Management - Level 3

Entry Requirements:

Interview required

Diploma in Work-based Horse Care Level Two, BHS Stage 2

Assessment:

Training and assessment takes place on the yard with quality assurance provided by the College of West Anglia by means of observed practicals and portfolio samples. This means that the candidate is in a more relaxed environment for assessment whilst having the assurance of a robust appeals system should a disagreement occur.

Progression from this course:

Equine degree, NVQ 4 Equine Management, BHS Stage 4, Vet nursing quals
Also employment as riding instructor, yard manager, groom, etc.

Locations:

External Centre -

Duration:

2 Years

Start times:

September 2013

How to Apply:

Please apply online using the general college application form

Course Costs:

All students on full-time courses will need to pay a materials / resources fee. Details will be provided before enrolment. If you are under 19 on 31st August in the year you begin your programme, you will not have to pay tuition or registration fees for your course. For students aged 19 or over, there will be a tuition fee (depends on the course) for each year of the course as well as a registration fee (which includes exam fees). However, many students will be eligible for reduced fees and / or financial support towards the costs. Click here for detailed information. Please contact Student Services if you have further queries.

Additional Information:

If you are aged 19 or over, you may be eligible to apply to the college's learner support fund for financial support with the costs associated with your studies. For more details, please click here or contact student services on 01553 815271 (King's Lynn campus) or 01945 582561 (Isle campus) or 01223 860701 (Cambridge campus)

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