Eden Land-based & Animal Studies
We are excited to introduce the new Eden Land-based and Animal Studies programme at LMC in which we will be working collaboratively with the Eden Project in Cornwall to offer a unique learning experience not found anywhere else in the U.K.
The programme will cover the core subjects in animal care and management whilst specialising in wildlife, ecology and conservation. Learners will work alongside a range of small animals held within the college collection as well as gaining valuable experience off-site working within the Morecambe Bay area on social action projects and external work experience.
Learners will be based in the new Eden Learning Hub designed specifically for workshops, events and exhibitions about Eden Project North.
Victoria Bond, Head of Eden Land-based & Animal Studies
“My experience at College was definitely a positive one and made me realise I made the best decision in coming here! The students are really friendly and I’ve made some great friends. The tutors are super helpful, easy to approach and will support you with any troubles you have. The Hex and College computers are really beneficial to get work done.”
Lauren Spittle, Animal Studies
Students have gone on to Lincoln University, Manchester Metropolitan University, University of Cumbria, University of Stirling and Myerscough College. Subjects studied include Animal Conservation Science, Veterinary Science, Veterinary Nursing, Animal Welfare and Behaviour, Zoology, Animal Biology and Equine Science. Students have gone on to work as veterinary nurses, zoologists, wildlife rangers, dog groomers, wildlife biologists, pet shop assistants, stable hands, dog handlers. kennel managers and zookeepers. Employers include Wainwright’s Shelter, Vale of Lune Kennels, Little Beasties Pet Shop and South Lakes Wild Animal Park.
Your future career could be..
|Kennel Worker||£12,000 - £17,000|
|Dog Groomer||£13,000 - £20,000|
|Pet Shop Assistant||£14,500 - £17,500|
|Veterinary Nurse||£18,000 - £35,000|
|RSPCA Inspector||£19,250 - £30,000|
|Animal Biologist||up to £70,000|
Animal Care Level 2 (A30088-A1A)
What do I need to join?
3 GCSEs at grade A*/9 - D/3 OR a Level 1 related qualification PLUS grade C/4 or higher in GCSE maths or English.
Entry criteria will be applied at the discretion of the course manager.
A great introduction to animal care and developing workplace skills on a mandatory external industry placement. Course content may include Animal Biology, Animal Health and British Wildlife Species plus others. This may lead to junior employment or further study.
Who is this course for?
The course is suitable for school leavers and adults with an interest in working with animals.
Course Information Sheet
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