This qualification is modular based with a variety of units, some of which are theory based and some purely theory. Students can select from a huge range of topics which best fit with their long term aspirations. Examples of which could be nutrition, physiology, horse fitness programmes, rehabilitation.
Specific equine related topics chosen by the students
Must have a very sound level 2 working knowledge and experience, and be able to demonstrate how this qualification will support their future career goals. Functional skill English and maths Level 1.
Access to HE courses
30 credit certificate in horse management, subsidiary diploma or 90 credit diploma, depending on the amount of credits achieved.
1 day per week training at the yard, and 2 days placement
Written assignments and observations of practical tasks
Completion of personal statement, initial interview and trial day at the training yard.
22.5 hours per week
Dentistry, Nutrinionist, equine management qualifications, physiotherapy.
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