Each unit will be assessed by means of a range of practical activities timetabled and assessed within an approved centre. They will cover all learning outcomes specified in the unit. Your selected approved centre will provide further details.
Anyone can access the materials, the qualification itself is at Level two and therefore literacy and numeracy to support this level would be an advantage, for learners with additional needs please disclose to your registered provider to access support and assessment arrangements reflective of your learning needs.
The price for the course, which is dependent on individual circumstances, will be provided by your selected college provider, here you can access supporting materials for free to help you master the topic and work effectively with larger livestock.
Keeping records is vitally important when storing and administering veterinary medicines. In this section, we will look at why records are kept and how they can be maintained. In this module, you will gain the knowledge and develop skills in the collection and testing of soil samples, and also learn about methods by which soil can be adjusted for specific horticultural purposes.