YEAR 1 Modules include:
Health and Welfare
Business and the Business Environment
Managing a Successful Project
Animal Behaviour in Society
Animal Anatomy and Physiology
Animal Collection Management
YEAR 2 Modules include:
Students will also study 5 modules from the following list:
Evolution and Adaptations
Ethics and Consultation
Behavioural Approaches to Animal Management
Humanisation of Companion Animals.
Typically, applicants must have a minimum of 64 tariff points from +*one*+ of the following;
*Level 3 BTEC National Extended Diploma in a related subject
Level 3 City & Guilds Technical Advanced Diploma in a related subject
2 A Level’s at grade A to D (one of which should be science related)
Additionally, GCSE’s at grade 9-4 (A*-C) in English Language and Maths or *IELTS* 5.5 overall (5.5 in Reading and Writing)
Mature applicants without formal qualifications, but with evidence of relevant professional experience, will be considered. You will be required to attend an interview with the Course Leader.
On completion, you can enter or continue employment, or link with an appropriate professional body e.g. The Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC). They can also progress to university e.g. top up to BSc (Hons) in Animal Science, Canine Behaviour Management, Zoo Animal Management and Conservation, or Animal Management with possible specialisms such as Rehabilitation, Welfare or Wildlife Conservation.
Example of employment opportunities include; Animal Keeper, Animal Health Officer, Animal Trainer, Pet Store Manager, Wildlife Technician, Behaviour Consultant and Rescue Centre Manager.
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