HNC Animal Management (120 credits)
Length of Course: 1 Year Full Time
Campus Location: Whittingham Campus
The HNC in Animal Management provides a specialist work-related programme of study that covers the key knowledge, understanding and practical skills required in the animal management sector and also offers specialist emphasis through the choice of specialist units. Candidates completing a Higher National Certificate may progress to complete a HND in Animal Management.
At Halesowen College the HNC in Animal Management offers:
All optional units 15 credits. Modules subject to change due to teaching staff specialisms.
It is recommended that students supplement their course with voluntary work experience to develop their own skills and experience to enhance employment opportunities. Other costs involved will be overalls / lab coat and wellington boots for practical activities and potential costs for trips.
Assignment work throughout the programme which may be assessed through practical assessments, seminars, presentations, dissertation and written assignments, graded a pass, merit or distinction.
This profile should be supported by GCSE grades A* to C (or 4) in Maths and English Language.
Mature learners may present a more varied profile of achievement that is likely to include extensive work experience and/or achievement of a range of professional qualifications within the animal industry.
How many days at College?
2 ays FT
Tutorial support provided by course leader
Online resources available? Access to Moodle VLE for access to learning resources
Students are encouraged to use a range of resources, including books and journals from the Learning Resource Centre on Campus, as well as online learning materials.
In class delivery involving lectures, practicals, seminars, group discussion and independent research
How to Apply:
Full Time via UCAS – D3T5, H04
Start date: September 2021
Course Fee (per annum): TBC
Course code: H40021A
Learning Aim: 60327716
Study Mode: Full Time
Follow the link below to apply through UCAS