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Foundation Learning

We have access to a range of learning areas including equine, animal care, agriculture and horticulture across our York and Middlesbrough campuses.

Animal Management Level 3 (Middlesbrough and Saltaire)

This course covers a wide range of animal related modules with a strong focus on the biology, health, welfare and husbandry of animals in the first year and a greater emphasis on wildlife and conservation in the second year.

Animal Management Level 3 – Applied Science Pathway

Learn about animal health, wellbeing and care alongside the science underpinning it with this course, which teaches you the skills needed to work with various species, from reptiles to mammals.

Animal Management Level 3 – Zoos Pathway

This pathway covers general animal management, with a mixture of practical and theory studies, before moving toward specialist zoo and conservation.

Animal Management Level 3 – Wildlife Pathway

Learn about wildlife health, wellbeing and habitats in this wide-ranging pathway for aspiring ecologists, conservationists and animal professionals.

Animal Management Level 3 – Companion Animals Pathway

On this course students will learn about animal care and develop the skills needed to care for and handle a variety of animals.

Animal Care Level 2 – Companion Animals

The programme will involve lectures, talks from guest speakers, visits, practical sessions in the animal unit and work experience, but with emphasis placed upon companion (pet) type of animals.

Animal Care Level 2 (Middlesbrough, Saltaire and Wakefield)

On this course students will learn about animal care and develop the skills needed to care for and handle a variety of animals.

Animal Care Level 2 – Zoos and Wildlife Pathway

Includes animal care across a variety of animals, but also extends to studying and experiences with zoo animals and large animals.

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