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It takes a lot more than a love of animals to be able to take care of them

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It takes a lot more than a love of animals to be able to take care of them

It takes a lot more than a love of animals to be able to take care of them

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It takes a lot more than a love of animals to be able to take care of them, but love is definitely the first step. Let BIFE’s course in animal care guide you through the many technical aspects of handling animals in the workplace. You’ll learn about anatomy and physiology, grooming, animal welfare, and animal behaviour; and you’ll have plenty of opportunties to practice your new skills with the work experience necessary in completing the course. Take your career, and your love of our animal friends, to the next level.

Certification: QQI Level5 Award in Applied Science – Animal Care (5M2768)

Duration: One Year

Location:  Bray Institute of Further Education

Programme of Study

Animal Anatomy & Physiology, Animal Grooming, Animal Welfare, Work Experience, Communications, Animal Behaviour and Veterinary Assisting.

Components subject to change.

Entry Requirements: Leaving Certificate to include Biology or Agricultural Science at ordinary level. Leaving Certificate Applied with a distinction profile to include QQI Level 4 in Biology. QQI Level 4 with a distinction profile to include Biology. Mature learners – experience will be considered in lieu of formal qualifications.

Why not take those first steps now? Call Bray Institute of Further Education on 085 745 9943 for more information on enrolling and starting your new career.


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