Animal Care - BTEC Level 2 Diploma
About the course
If you're aged between 16 and 19 and interested in a career working with animals, this course can open doors to further study or to a relevant apprenticeship.
You must have at least four GCSEs at grade D or above. The subjects must include Maths and English, with science GCSEs preferred.
You will study modules in Animal Biology, Animal Behaviour, Animal Health and Exotic Animals.
You will be assessed through coursework. Each unit will be continually assessed throughout the year using a variety of methods, including assignments, presentations, practical assessments oral assessments and in-class tests. There are no final exams.
This course is designed to prepare learners for a Level 3 qualification. City and Islington College offers a BTEC Extended Diploma in Animal Management.
Working in Optics is very rewarding
Studied: Diploma in Ophthalmic Dispensing
Destination: Working as a Dispensing Optician
Helena Stengel came to London wanting to train as an optician after taking the German equivalent of A Levels. She was sponsored to study Ophthalmic Dispensing Theory at City and Islington is now building on her skills and experience by studying a course on contact lenses at the College while working for an independent opticians called The Eye Place in Belsize Park.
She said: “Working in Optics is very rewarding as you are able to give professional advice and expert customer care to clients. You also work a lot with children and are able to identify any eyesight problems from an early age.”
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