There are no formal prerequisites for entry to the qualification.
The qualification is designed to be studied flexibly online and on a part-time basis. No particular learning pattern is specified, but it is anticipated that the course should be completed in 3 to 4 weeks.
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.
The price for the course, which is dependent on individual circumstances will be provided by your selected college provider.
We’re here to help you develop your skills in the safe use of veterinary medicine. If you have any questions relating to the qualification, please get in touch with Nico De Vries by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If your enquiry is urgent please, contact Nico De Vries on 01604 550109
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