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Equine Management - Level 3 at Askham Bryan College

Course description

A step up from the Level 2 Diploma, the Level 3 course offer the opportunity to investigate a range of more advanced horse management topics both in the classroom and practically on the equine yard. There is also the opportunity to study other related qualifications alongside the diploma to best prepare you for employment or higher education within the equine sector.

 

Course content

Horse Management

This study programme is designed to provide the opportunity for students to gain detailed academic knowledge alongside practical skills and a comprehensive understanding of equitation, animal/equine biology and health, behaviour and welfare, yard operations and work experience.

 

Horse Management at Middlesbrough*

A step up from the Level 2 diploma, the Level 3 course offers the opportunity to investigate a range of more advanced horse management topics both in the classroom and practically.  

Course Themes:

• Work experience • Animal feeding and health • Horse tack and equipment • Principles of equitation • Horse behaviour and welfare • Preparing horses for presentation • Anatomy and physiology • Riding horses on the flat and over fences • Rehabilitation and therapy • Business management • Horse fitness • Equestrian teaching • Investigative project of your own • Event management • Biology • Stable and yard management • English and maths provision where applicable  

 

Actual themes studied may differ and depend on the study centre *Middlesbrough students will access external equine facilities from across the Tees.  

 

Entry requirements

Level 3 Study Programmes:

4 GCSEs at grade 4 (old GCSE grade C) or above to include 2 from English, Maths and Science with at least a grade 3 (old GCSE grade D) in the remaining subject. Alternatively a suitable Level 2 vocational qualification (Merit or above) with English, Maths and Science at Level 2

For all courses involving horse riding modules, entry is subject to an evaluation of your riding ability and fitness levels. It is usual that we have a weight limit of 16 stone for these elements of the course.

Assessment

Your work is assessed continually throughout the course, this could be through practical work, theory and riding as well as written assignments and formal testing through examinations.

Financial information

For financial information please contact Student Enquiries on 01904 772211 or email enquiries@askham-bryan.ac.uk

Future opportunities

Further study:

Higher education qualifications such as Foundation Degrees in Equine Event Management or Equine Sports Management and, if you’re successful, then on to a ‘top up’ BSc Hons degree.

Careers:

Jobs in the equine industry such as yard manager roles, with feed suppliers, teaching skills and competition riders. 

Further information

Website:www.askham-bryan.ac.uk

Telephone: 01904 772211
Email: enquiries@askham-bryan.ac.uk

How to apply

You can apply for this course through UCAS Progress. Add this course to your favourites so you can start making an application.

Last updated date: 04 December 2017
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    • The Saltaire Centre is in partnership with Shipley College. Situated in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Saltaire. Easy to get to by bus or train from Leeds, Bradford, Ilkley, Keighley, Bingley and Skipton. The Centre currently offers study programmes in Animal Management.