The Level 2 Certificate in Animal Care is an assignment-based course aimed at people looking to make a career change or simply people with an interest in the care and welfare of companion animals.
|Study Type:||Part Time|
|Academic Level:||Level 2|
|Award:||Level 2 Certificate [15 credits]|
|Awarded by:||City & Guilds|
30 weeks (3 hours per week).
Start Date: September 2021
Current course runs on Tuesday evenings 6.00pm - 9.00pm (plus one practical day on a Saturday)
You will be taught by qualified teachers with extensive industry experience in the field of animal care as well as academic qualifications in the field. The delivery is a mixture of classroom based theory sessions as well as some practical, hands-on experience with animals, utilising Nescot’s extensive animal facilities.
During the year, you will study these units:
Applicants should be prepared to attend every taught session, but should also be aware that as the course is assessed entirely through assignments, there is a degree of work to be completed outside the evening lessons. As a rough guide, for every 3-hour taught session you can expect to complete an additional two hours of assignment work or reading in your own time.
*Exam fee included
Government Subsidised: YES
Student Loan Available: NO
Please note: Fees are for the academic year 2020/21 entry and are for home and EU students of all ages. For more information about financial support for students, please click here.
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Last updated - 18/05/20