The level 2 courses are designed as specialist qualifications for students who have a clear view of their future career or are seeking progression to level 3. They are equivalent to GCSEs and are highly valued by employers.
|Diploma in Animal Care
|City & Guilds of London Institute
|Course start date
|2nd September 2024
|Annual fee - please contact for confirmation
View The Isle of Wight College's standard entry requirements for full-time college courses (depending on the level of the course to be studied).
You may study any of the following units depending on the size of level 2 qualification that you take: Animal Biology Animal Behaviour and Handling Animal Health Work Experience in the Animal Sector Animal Feeding Animal Accommodation Animal Establishments
You will learn through a combination of assignments, projects and practical activities based around your theoretical knowledge. Particularly important will be the development of key employment skills relevant to work in this area. To assist with this you will undertake a mandatory work experience placement which is usually one day per week.
Step-Up to Level 2 (non qualification route) Level 2 Certificate, Extended Certificate or Diploma in Animal Care (each option has the opportunity to top up to the next programme)
The level 2courses are highly valued by employers and universities.? Students may take up employment opportunities in:
Learners may also wish to progress to level 3 study after completing a full level 2 diploma and on recommendation by the tutor.
|The Isle Of Wight College - Newport
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