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Entry Level Course

Animal Care & Agricultural Animals

Entry Level 2 & 3

14 - 19 yrs

City & Guilds: Skills for Working Life - Award Certificate & Diploma

Qualification Number: 500/6562/2

Students develop practical skills in handling, feeding, cleaning of accommodation, grooming and healthcare.

A wide range of animals including cows and calves, horses, dogs, chickens, rabbits and birds are studdied.

Students are required to keep a portfolio of tasks undertaken but the principal aim of the course is to gain practical skills and experience.

Entry Level Course

Hose Care

Entry Level 2 & 3

14-19yrs

City & Guilds: Skills for Working Life - Award Certifiate & Diploma

Qualification Number: 500/6562/2

This course covers a basic introduction to horse care and stable management. Students will be learning about feeding, grooming, accommodation and general health of a horse whilst carrying out a range of practical tasks.

Students are required to keep a portfolio of tasks undertaken but the principal aim of the course is to gain practical skills and experience.

Entry Level Course

Construction & Vehicle Maintenance

Entry Level 2 & 3

14-19yrs

City & Guilds: Skills for Working Life - Award Certifiate & Diploma

Qualification Number: 500/6553/1

Students will learn a broad range of practical techniques about tools and processes, as well as health and safety.

This course provides a basic understanding of industrial practices through performing routine tasks.

Students are required to keep a portfolio of tasks undertaken but the principal aim of the course is to gain practical skills and experience.

Entry Level Course

Horticulture & Conservation

Entry Level 2 & 3

14-19yrs

City & Guilds: Skills for Working Life - Award Certifiate & Diploma

Qualification Number: 500/6559/2

This course is for anyone with an interest in horticulture who is keen to carry out a range of practical tasks and learn a range of skills.

Students cover a wide range of subjects from health and safety, propegating, growing and caring for plants, looking after a conservation area and identify plants and animals that live there.

Students are required to keep a portfolio of tasks undertaken but the principal aim of the course is to gain practical skills and experience.