Penny King
Penny King
Other Qualifications
  • BSc (Hons) in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training
  • National Diploma in Animal Management CENTRA Care of Animals Award
  • ASET Care of Animals Award

Penny King

Prior to employment at Craven College, I worked for East Durham College for nearly 11 years teaching Animal Management studies in subjects such as Animal Health, Animal Nutrition, Animal Welfare and Animal Behaviour.

At Craven College, I teach a range of subjects such as working dogs and basic dog grooming, as well as accompanying Countryside Level 2 students for off-site visits such as working with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

Before working in education, I worked as an Animal Technician looking after small mammals and volunteered at a private zoo which trained animals for media purposes looking after ungulate species such as camels, zebras, and giraffes.

My specialist areas of interest are Animal Health and Behaviour.

Timeline
  • 2019 - Employed at Craven College

  • 2019 - Attended Wild Animal Welfare Committee Conference

    Lecturer in Agriculture, Countryside and Animal Studies

  • 2018 - Attended Universities Federation for Animal Welfare Conference

  • 2010 - Achieved Postgraduate Certificate in Education alongside Animal Management Teaching

  • 2018 - Employed at East Durham College

    Lecturer and Course Manager for Animal Management

  • 2006 - Achieved Institute of Animal Technology Level 2

  • 2005 - Employed at MRC

    Animal Technician

  • 2004 - Employed at University of Cambridge

    Animal Technician

  • 2004 - Volunteer at a private Zoo

    Trained animals for film and television

  • 2004 - Achieved BSc (Hons) in Applied Animal Behaviour and Training

  • 2001 - Achieved a National Diploma in Animal Management CENTRA Care of Animals Award and ASET Care of Animals Award

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