Transition materials for Y11 going into Y12
WHAT IS ANIMAL MANAGEMENT?
This course will give you a full understanding of animal care, covering the practical, scientific and ethical aspects of caring for animals.
As part of the course you will work with a variety of animals, including: birds, rabbits, reptiles and fish in our bespoke animal care facility.
WHY STUDY ANIMAL MANAGEMENT?
If you love animals, taking care of animals and learning about their natural environment and behaviour then Animal Management is the course for you. It is an exciting and varied course where you are able to care for and look after a wide range of animals, as well as the opportunity to visit local farms to work with livestock.
To study at Cowley Sixth Form College, you must have achieved a minimum of five GCSEs or equivalent, graded 9 – 4, across four separate subjects, including GCSE Mathematics and English Language.
In addition, a positive college interview is required.
HOW IS THE COURSE ASSESSED?
There is a combination of coursework and external examinations.
WHAT CAN I DO WITH A BTEC IN ANIMAL MANAGEMENT?
Many students choose a variety of paths depending on their ambitions and aspirations.
The majority of students usually move to work with animals in animal welfare centres, catteries and kennels, veterinary nursing, animal grooming and retail.