Animal Management (Animal Behaviour & Welfare) HNC

This course provides a comprehensive understanding of animal management and will equip you with the necessary knowledge to assess the welfare needs of animals, enable you to acquire practical animal management skills and devise management strategies pertinent to the animal sector.

Course Level:
Level 4
Duration:
1 Year
Study Time:
2 days/week
Campus:
Aireville Campus
UCAS Code:
D321
Institution Code:
C88
Validated by:
Pearson

FT - £6,750
Fees & Funding

Once the College has finalised its proposals for 2020/21 Tuition Fees more information will be published. Any proposals will be in line with Consumer Price Index, our Fee Policy and Government guidelines and requirements. Please note Foundation Degrees are qualifications in their own right and students progressing from a Foundation Degree to a top-up year are subject to a new fee.

Overview

Our brand new £1.6m Animal Management Centre, complete June 2018, will extend our high-quality provision for Animal Management HNC students. The new facilities include a reception area with a large display tank, specialist rooms for fish, invertebrates, nocturnals, rabbits, guinea pigs, reptiles, amphibians, plus quarantine and isolation rooms.
Modules of study include animal welfare, behaviour, nutrition, management of exotic species and a research project.
HNC is a nationally recognised qualification in its own right and is the first year of an HND course. The HND will be offered providing there are a sufficient number of students.

Modules

HNC (Level 4)

  • Animal Health & Welfare
  • Business & The Business Environment
  • Managing a Successful Project
  • Animal Behaviour in Society
  • Animal Husbandry
  • Animal Anatomy & Physiology
  • Animal Nutrition
  • Management of Exotic Animal Species

HND (Level 5)

  • Biological Principles
  • Research Project
  • Anthrozoology
  • Evolution & Adaptations
  • Wildlife Conservation
  • Work Experience
  • Rehabilitation & Therapy

Entry Requirements

  • 48 UCAS tariff points (formerly 120 UCAS points)
  • English & Maths GCSEs grade 9-4 (A*-C)
  • Students without necessary qualifications but with relevant work experience are encouraged to apply for an interview

Progression

Career

Your choices may include:

  • Animal Care Assistant
  • Animal Centre Manager
  • Rescue Centre Worker
  • Animal Lecturer
  • Wildlife Technician
  • Animal Behaviour Consultant

Academic

Your choices may include:

  • Animal Management (Animal Behaviour & Welfare) HND
  • BSc Top-up year (Level 6) in animal-related subjects e.g. veterinary science, behaviour, welfare and zoology

INFORMATION

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