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Open College Network West Midlands Level 2 Award in Dog Training and Husbandry

    • Level2
    • Credits7
    • GLH40
    • TQT65
    • Age rangePre-16
    • Cost£21.00
Ref: 603/5915/8
National Subject Sector: 3.3 Animal Care and Veterinary Science

About this qualification

This qualification has been designed to provide learners with the knowledge and understanding to pursue a career in canine care.

Objectives of the qualification

Learners will understand the basics of canine anatomy, physiology and behaviour and will be able to provide care, including physical enrichment for canines in their care.

For further details download the Qualification Specification

Why choose this qualification?

On successful completion of the Level 2 Award in Dog Training and Husbandry, learners may progress onto another Level 2 or a Level 3 Canine related qualification.

    • Level2
    • Credits7
    • GLH40
    • TQT65
    • Age rangePre-16
    • Cost£21.00
National Subject Sector: 3.3 Animal Care and Veterinary Science
Rules of combination

To achieve the Open College Network West Midlands Level 2 Award in Dog Training and Husbandry (Entry 3) learners must achieve:

  • a minimum of 7 credits;
  • 4 credits must be taken from Mandatory Group M;
  • minimum of 3 credits from Optional Group A.
For further details download the Qualification Specification
Assessment Methods

Portfolio of evidence.

Quality Assurance Requirements

Tutors:

To offer this qualification, centres must ensure that tutors hold or are working towards:

  • Level 3 qualification in Canine Behaviour and Training.
  • Level 3 or higher qualification within an animal care related subject.
  • A UK recognised teaching and/or assessing qualification.
  • At least a year’s meaningful experience in working within the subject area of animal.
  • Care and/or welfare with canine behaviour and training experience.
  • Tutors must have access to the physical resources and practical equipment required to deliver the practical aspects of this qualification.

Internal Quality Assurer (IQA):

Centres must also ensure that they have in place an Internal Quality Assurance person who:

  • Holds or is working towards a Level 4 Award in Internal Quality Assurance of Assessment Processes and Practices or its equivalent.
  • Has substantial experience of working in or assessing qualifications in the animal care subject area.
  • Is familiar with the assessment requirements of the qualification for which they are the Internal Quality Assurer.
Supporting funding needs

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Qualification Specification

Learner requirements, units and assessment information

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