|Start Date:||Duration:||Level:||Study mode:||Course location:||Course Type:|
|03/11/2020||1 Year||1||Full-Time||Kirkley Hall Campus||Full-time Vocational|
This course is for anyone who would like an introduction to the equine industry.
You will need to have a standard of general education and competence, sufficient to benefit from and succeed on the course, but no formal qualifications are necessary. Assessment of suitability is likely to be based upon interview.
|Study level||Cost||Additional fees|
|16-18||FREE||You will need to provide your own stationery and you will be given the opportunity to take part in trips and visits.|
|19+||1465.00*||You will need to provide your own stationery and you will be given the opportunity to take part in trips and visits.|
Your progress will be assessed by a multiple choice test, externally set by a portfolio of evidence.
English and Maths are important life skills that will help you to achieve your best in your studies and progress to your dream career. If you have not already achieved grade 9-4 in GCSE Maths and/ or English at school, we will support you to improve your skills.
Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm. Days and times of study are subject to change. Timetables are confirmed at the start of term.
This course will give you an introduction to the equine industry.
You will study safe working practices, assisting with preparation for exercise, animal health and wellbeing, handling and restraint, maintaining accommodation and feed and water.
We are the largest further education provider in Northumberland with campuses throughout the county.
Our student transport scheme is available for eligible students to make getting to and from college as easy as possible.
Our extensive re-development programme will create outstanding new facilities.
Northumberland College students have been studying the impact of agriculture on water sources and air quality.
Education Partnership North East continues to lead the way in producing the next generation of frontline health care professionals.
College construction apprentices have been putting their skills into practice by transforming an area of wasteland into a new paved footpath.