Students studying this on-line distance learning module should gain an appreciation of the principles and practices of administering animal first aid in a range of species, together with an understanding of the relevant legal duties and responsibilities.
The module includes ten separate sessions of study, and each session incorporates structured developmental activities specifically designed to aid the distance learner in developing the essential underpinning knowledge and skills required to successfully complete the assessments.
The module is of benefit to anyone who owns animals or is aiming to work with animals. The knowledge and skills developed as part of this module will also reassure customers of any small animal business such as pet groomers, kennels and catteries, dog sitters and walkers that their pets are safeguarded. As such, this module can form part of recognised continued professional development for any employee of such a business.
Those taking this e-learning course will engage in approximately 200 guided learning hours of training. Your knowledge will also be tested by a series of assessments upon the completion of each of the module. On completion of the course via the online assessment route, you will be issued with a University of Wales Trinity St David transcript of module achievement.
|Course Duration||200 hours|
|Course Outcome||University of Wales Trinity St David transcript of Achievement|
|Assessment||Online learning and assessments|
Jane Thope, North Yorkshire
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