Animal StudiesAnimal Studies


Our department offers an introduction to the animal care industry and the types of careers available. The courses we offer will provide you with the knowledge required to work with animals, allow progression and the chance to enhance the skills required for FE, HE and employment. All courses include work related experience to enhance your employability skills; the College also provides a range of animal based facilities that you can access during your course. These include a dedicated mammal workshop, exotic animal workshop/classroom, science laboratory, aquatics facilities and newly developed grooming parlour and outdoor area.

Victoria Bond, Head of 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

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Staff

Carrie Vale

December 11, 2017

Courses Taught: Levels 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 Animal Studies

Elaine Ashworth

November 02, 2017

Courses Taught: Level 1, Aim Awards Level 1-2 and 2-3, Level 2 technical, Level 3, Level 4 HNC and L

Tracy Jackson

May 16, 2018

Courses taught: Animal Studies Tutor

Victoria Bond

February 09, 2018

Courses Taught: Animal Care and Management from Entry level to Level 3.

Department News

Hydropaws Visit a Big Hit with Students and Canines

March 11, 2019

The LMC Animal Studies department welcomed Gail Baker from Hydropaws, Morecambe, to learn effec

Hydropaws Flyball Visit

November 26, 2018

Animal Studies students and staff had a visit from Hydropaws and their Flyball team. The&n

Gdansk Zoo In Poland

September 05, 2018

Four lucky Animal Studies students from Lancaster & Morecambe College undertook three week

Local Students Enjoy Ongoing Tasters

April 18, 2018

We have recently finished our After School Taster Sessions, which opened the College campus to Year

Student Profiles

Sam Wilson

May 31, 2018

Courses taken at college: Level 3 Animal Care, HNC Animal Welfare & Behaviour

Zoe Fox

May 16, 2018

Courses taken at college: Animal Welfare and behaviour HNC

Tegan Davies

May 16, 2018

Courses taken at college: HNC Animal Welfare & Behaviour

Sarah Pollard

May 16, 2018

Courses taken at college: Animal Welfare & Behaviour HNC

Eleanor Bain

May 16, 2018

Courses taken at college: HNC Animal Welfare and Behaviour

Drew Farr

November 29, 2016

Courses taken at college: Animal Studies Level 2 & Animal Management Level 3 School attended:Moreca

Ashley James Parsons

November 29, 2016

Courses taken at college:National Diploma in Animal Management, National Diploma in Business and Ent

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