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An Introduction to Animal Welfare

No Qualification • Part-time • Bicton College


Many people own animals and their welfare can often be unintentionally compromised simply through a lack of understanding and/or knowledge. This course will help you to identify when an animal may be subject to poor welfare, why animal welfare is important and how we can apply frameworks to enable welfare assessment. This course is for those who are 19+ and who would like to learn the basics of animal welfare.

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An Introduction to Animal Behaviour

No Qualification • Part-time • Bicton College


Animal Behaviour encompasses some of the most interesting research which can be directly applied to the animal industry. Increasing behavioural research is used to help enhance our understanding of animal behaviour and is vital to improve the conservation and management of animals both in their natural habitat and within captivity. This course provides an introduction to animal behaviour and is ideal for those with an interest in the subject.

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The Science Behind Equitation

No Qualification • Part-time • Duchy College Stoke Climsland


This course has been designed to bring an understanding of the science behind the pressures placed on modern equines. You will explore which pressures can be overtly measured and which ones are less visible that we need to measure in the ridden horse. Equitation Science is a training process that uses evidence-based practice to train horses based on how they learn. Misunderstandings between horse and rider can arise through miscommunication and equitation science principles can help to improve the humans understanding of their horse when ridden. On this course you will learn: • What equitation science is • The importance and benefits of evidence based practice • How to improve your horses ridden responses to support their education • The importance of understanding Operant & classical conditioning in training for secure mutually beneficial horse/human relationships.

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Pest control (moles and traps, trapping, law and legislation)

No Qualification • Part-time • Duchy College Stoke Climsland


This course is designed as an introduction to pest control, specifically surrounding moles and mole trapping.

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Canine First Aid

No Qualification • Part-time • Duchy College Stoke Climsland


The course is designed to give the basic skills needed to handle all types of situations involving your dog at home or your place of work. Students will learn how to assess general dog health and recognise any signs of poor health including how to check vital signs.

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Air Rifle Safety

No Qualification • Part-time • Duchy College Stoke Climsland


This course is designed for those who wish to learn about how to use an air rifle safely.

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