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LAND BASED / ENVIRONMENTAL QUALIFICATIONS DIRECTORY

Animal Care

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Welcome ABC Awards (ABC) is an Awarding Organisation in the United Kingdom with an established reputation for quality and customer service. ABC is recognised by the regulatory bodies as an awarding organisation whose qualifications meet the criteria applied by Ofqual and are eligible for funding under the Skills Funding Agency (SFA) and the Young People's Learning Agency (YLPA). ABC’s portfolio of qualifications has been developed in conjunction with relevant Sector Skills Councils and subject specialists in response to industry needs, and we believe all ABC qualifications are designed to enable flexibility of delivery and assessment. ABC has a transparent and highly competitive fee structure which is based upon credit accumulation and has been developed specifically for a credit based qualifications framework. This is published on our website. ABC fees are inclusive of moderation and certification. ABC continues to provide centres with access to a regional Business Development Manager, a moderator with subject specialism and a named Qualification Administrator as well as the full range of ABC training events and conferences. This directory provides a brief outline for each of ABC’s qualifications in Land Based / Environmental. – Animal Care.

Please note: The credit target for the same qualification title may vary according to pathway and units chosen. The Units and Rules of Combination documents for all these qualifications can be accessed via the ABC Awards web site. http://www.abcawards.co.uk/land.php The current fees for all these qualifications can be accessed via the ABC Awards web site http://www.abcawards.co.uk/fees1011.php ABC Awards has endeavoured to provide signposting to funding eligibility but centres are advised that these are guides only and clarification from funding providers should be sought. Guide to Funding Eligibility categories FL = Foundation Learning ASL = Additional and Specialist Learning APP = Apprenticeship Frameworks SO = Stand Alone T2G = Train to Gain ALR = Adult Learner Responsive OLASS = Offender Learning and Skills PFU = Programmes for the Unemployed Ad App = 19+ Apprenticeship Frameworks This suite of qualifications is administered at the ABC Awards Nottingham office.

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50097672 Entry Level Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 2) 50096540 Entry Level Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 2) 50096527 Entry Level Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) 50097416 Entry Level Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) 50096552 Level 1 Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills 50096564 Level 1 Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills 50096539 Entry Level Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 2) 50096576 Entry Level Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) 5009659X Entry Level Certificate in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) 50096588 Level 1 Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills 50096606 Level 1 Certificate in Practical Small Animal Care Skills 50101341 Level 2 Award in Practical Animal Care Skills 50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Unendorsed Pathway Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Pathway - Dog Grooming Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Pathway - Animal Training 50102989 Level 3 Award in Practical Animal Care Skills 50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Unendorsed Pathway

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Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Pathway - Dog Grooming Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Pathway - Animal Training Pathway - Dog / Animal Wardens Pathway - Animals in Education and Entertainment 60002207 Level 2 Award for Animal Nursing Assistants 60002219 Level 2 Certificate for Animal Nursing Assistants 60049856 Level 2 Diploma for Work-Based Animal Nursing Assistants 50067412 Level 2 Award in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals 50067394 Level 3 Award in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals 50067072 Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals 60059552 Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Pathway - Dog Grooming Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Pathway - Animal Training 50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Pathway - Dog Grooming Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Pathway - Animal Training Pathway - Dog / Animal Wardens Pathway - Animals in Education and Entertainment

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ABC Qual Code A9109-E2

50097672 Entry Level Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 2)

Learners must achieve a minimum of 6 credits. This must include 1 credit from Group A (Entry Level 2 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 3 credits from Group B (Entry Level 2 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from either of the Groups B or C. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A – Entry Level 2 Mandatory Unit

Recognise farm animals [K/502/0665]

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

1 2 2 2 2 2

10 20 20 20 20 20

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

2 2 2 1 1

20 20 20 10 10

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Group B – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise farm animal housing [A/502/0671] Assist in catching poultry [D/502/0713] Bed down farm animals [F/502/0669] Move a farm animal [F/502/0672] Collect and sort poultry eggs [H/502/0714] Maintain a fence [F/502/0827] Recognise the body parts of poultry and their function [L/502/0710] Provide food and water for poultry [R/502/0711] Feed farm animals [T/502/0670] Clean poultry accommodation by hand [Y/502/0712] Communicating with others at work [D/501/6631] Introduction to customer care [J/501/6641] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775] Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774]

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3

6.00 N/A N/A N/A

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ABC Qual Code C9109-E2

50096540 Entry Level Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 2) Learners must achieve a minimum of 14 credits. This must include 1 credit from Group A (Entry Level 2 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 7 credits from Group B (Entry Level 2 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from either of the Groups B or C. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A – Entry Level 2 Mandatory Unit

Recognise farm animals [K/502/0665]

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

1 2 2 2 2 2

10 20 20 20 20 20

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

2 2 2 1 1

20 20 20 10 10

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Group B – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise farm animal housing [A/502/0671] Assist in catching poultry [D/502/0713] Bed down farm animals [F/502/0669] Move a farm animal [F/502/0672] Collect and sort poultry eggs [H/502/0714] Maintain a fence [F/502/0827] Recognise the body parts of poultry and their function [L/502/0710] Provide food and water for poultry [R/502/0711] Feed farm animals [T/502/0670] Clean poultry accommodation by hand [Y/502/0712] Communicating with others at work [D/501/6631] Introduction to customer care [J/501/6641] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775] Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3

12.00 N/A N/A N/A

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ABC Qual Code A9109-E3

50096527 Entry Level Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) Learners must achieve a minimum of 8 credits. This must include 2 credits from Group A (Entry Level 3 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 4 credits from Group B (Entry Level 3 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from any of the Groups B to D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A – Entry Level 3 Mandatory Unit

Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726]

E3

2

20

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

1 1 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 20 20 20 20 20

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

2 2 2 1 1

20 20 20 10 10

1

4

40

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1 1 1 1

2 2 2 1

18 18 18 9

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

1

9

Group B – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775] Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774] Group C – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise farm animals [K/502/0665] Recognise farm animal housing [A/502/0671] Assist in catching poultry [D/502/0713] Bed down farm animals [F/502/0669] Move a farm animal [F/502/0672] Collect and sort poultry eggs [H/502/0714] Maintain a fence [K/502/0827] Recognise the body parts of poultry and their function [L/502/0710] Provide food and water for poultry [R/502/0711] Feed farm animals [T/502/0670] Clean poultry accommodation by hand [Y/502/0712] Communicating with others at work [D/501/6631] Introduction to customer care [J/501/6641] Group D – Level 1 Optional Units

Farm animal health [L/502/4546] Assist with the movement and handling of farm animals [L/600/0466] Principles of the movement and handling of farm animals [Y/600/0468] Principles of basic preparation and operation of a tractor [T/502/4606] Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056]

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Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [F/502/4107] Assist with preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [J/502/4108] Principles of the preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [M/502/4605] Assist with preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [Y/502/4601] Adopt good bio-security practices at work [D/502/4051] Principles of good bio-security practices at work [M/502/4099] Working towards goals [J/502/0463]

1

4

36

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1

1

9

1

2

20

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code C9109-E3

50097416 Entry Level Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) Learners must achieve a minimum of 16 credits. This must include 2 credits from Group A (Entry Level 3 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 8 credits from Group B (Entry Level 3 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from any of the Groups B to D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A – Entry Level 3 Mandatory Unit

Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726]

E3

2

20

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

1 1 2 2 2 2 2

10 10 20 20 20 20 20

E2

1

10

E2 E2 E2 E2 E2

2 2 2 1 1

20 20 20 10 10

1

4

40

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1 1 1 1

2 2 2 1

18 18 18 9

1

1

9

1

2

18

Group B – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775] Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774] Group C – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise farm animals [K/502/0665] Recognise farm animal housing [A/502/0671] Assist in catching poultry [D/502/0713] Bed down farm animals [F/502/0669] Move a farm animal [F/502/0672] Collect and sort poultry eggs [H/502/0714] Maintain a fence [K/502/0827] Recognise the body parts of poultry and their function [L/502/0710] Provide food and water for poultry [R/502/0711] Feed farm animals [T/502/0670] Clean poultry accommodation by hand [Y/502/0712] Communicating with others at work[ D/501/6631] Introduction to customer care [J/501/6641] Group D – Level 1 Optional Units

Farm animal health [L/502/4546] Assist with the movement and handling of farm animals [L/600/0466] Principles of the movement and handling of farm animals [Y/600/0468] Principles of basic preparation and operation of a tractor [T/502/4606] Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056] Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [F/502/4107] Assist with preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [J/502/4108] Principles of the preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [M/502/4605] Assist with preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [Y/502/4601] Adopt good bio-security practices at work [D/502/4051] Principles of good bio-security practices at work [M/502/4099] Working towards goals [J/502/0463] Maintain the safety of self and others in the workplace [R/600/0291]

1 1

1 4

9 36

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1

1

9

1

2

20

1

4

36

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code A9109-01

50096552 Level 1 Award in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills

Learners must achieve 12 credits. This must include 4 credits from Group A (Mandatory L1 unit) plus a minimum of 3 credits from Group B (Optional L1 units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from any of the Groups B to D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A - Level 1 Mandatory Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589]

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

4

40

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1 1

2 1

18 9

1

1

9

1

2

18

1 1

1 4

9 36

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1

1

9

1

2

20

1

4

36

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

Group B - Level 1 Optional Units

Farm animal health [L/502/4546] Assist with the movement and handling of farm animals [L/600/0466] Principles of the movement and handling of farm animals [Y/600/0468] Principles of basic preparation and operation of a tractor [T/502/4606] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056] Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [F/502/4107] Assist with preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [J/502/4108] Principles of the preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [M/502/4605] Assist with preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [Y/502/4601] Adopt good bio-security practices at work [D/502/4051] Principles of good bio-security practices at work [M/502/4099] Working towards goals [J/502/0463] Maintain the safety of self and others in the workplace [R/600/0291] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775] Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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Group D – Level 2 Optional Units

Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522]

2

3

23

2

4

30

2

2

15

2

3

23

2 2

5 3

38 23

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C9109-01

50096564 Level 1 Certificate in Practical Farm Animal Care Skills

Learners must achieve a minimum of 20 credits. This must include 4 credits from Group A (L1 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 9 credits from Group B (L1 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up from any of the Groups B to D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

Group A - Level 1 Mandatory Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589]

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

4

40

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1

7

63

1

2

18

1 1 1

2 2 1

18 18 9

1

1

9

1

2

18

1 1

1 4

9 36

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

3

27

1

1

9

1

2

20

1

4

36

E3 E3 E3

2 2 2

20 20 20

Group B - Level 1 Optional Units

Farm animal health [L/502/4546] Assist with the movement and handling of farm animals [L/600/0466] Principles of the movement and handling of farm animals [Y/600/0468] Principles of basic preparation and operation of a tractor [T/502/4606] Assist with the basic preparation and operation of a tractor [A/502/4607] Principles of dealing with animal accommodation [D/600/0469] Assist with animal accommodation [R/600/0470] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056] Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [F/502/4107] Assist with preparing and maintaining livestock accommodation [J/502/4108] Principles of the preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [M/502/4605] Assist with preparation and the monitoring of livestock outdoors [Y/502/4601] Adopt good bio-security practices at work [D/502/4051] Principles of good bio-security practices at work [M/502/4099] Working towards goals [J/502/0463] Maintain the safety of self and other in the workplace [R/600/0291] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Move and prepare farm animal pens [D/502/0727] Feed young farm animals [D/502/0730] Disinfect poultry accommodation [D/502/0775]

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Poultry housing and bedding [F/502/0770] Clean farm animal housing [H/502/0728] Grading poultry eggs [H/502/0776] Weigh farm animals [K/502/0729] Characteristics and breeds of poultry [L/502/0769] Recognise a healthy farm animal [Y/502/0726] Check that poultry are healthy [Y/502/0774]

E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3 E3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

20 20 20 20 20 20 20

2

3

23

2

4

30

2

2

15

2

3

23

2 2

5 3

38 23

Group D – Level 2 Optional Units

Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code A9108-E2

50096539 Entry Level Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 2) Learners must achieve a minimum of 6 credits. This must include 2 credits from Group A (Entry Level 2 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 2 credits from Group B (Entry Level 2 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of units from either of the Groups B or C. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

E2

2

20

E2

1

10

E2

2

20

E2 E2

2 1

20 10

E2

2

20

E3

2

20

E3

2

20

E3 E3

3 2

30 20

E3

2

20

Group A- Entry Level 2 Mandatory Units

Recognise parts of the body of small animals and their function [K/502/0505] Group B – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise small animals [R/502/0496] Recognise types of animal housing and bedding for small animals [M/502/0506] Assist with cleaning housing for small animals [T/502/0507] Communicating with others at work[ D/501/6631] Recognise types of foods and feed small animals [A/502/0508] Group C – Entry Level 3 Units

Recognise types and parts of the body of small animals [L/502/0612] Assist with catching and restraining a small animal [R/502/0613] Check that a small animal is healthy [Y/502/0614] Groom a small animal [D/502/0615] Show visitors around a small animal enterprise [H/502/0616] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/05/2010 31/03/2013 31/03/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code A9108-E3

50096576 Entry Level Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) Learners must achieve a minimum of 8 credits. This must include 2 credits from Group A (Entry Level 3 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 4 credits from Group B (Entry Level 3 optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of any other units from Groups B, C or D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

E3

2

20

E3

2

20

E3 E3

3 2

30 20

E3

2

20

E3

3

30

E3

3

30

E2

2

20

E2

1

10

E2

2

20

E2 E2

2 1

20 10

E2

2

20

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1 1 1

2 1 2

18 9 18

1

1

9

1

2

18

Group A – Entry Level 3 Mandatory Unit

Recognise types and parts of the body of small animals [L/502/0612] Group B – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Assist with catching and restraining a small animal [R/502/0613] Check that a small animal is healthy [Y/502/0614] Groom a small animal [D/502/0615] Show visitors around a small animal enterprise [H/502/0616] Introduction to looking after customers in a retail environment [F/501/9523] Introduction to handling stock in a retail environment [J/501/9524] Group C – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise parts of the body of small animals and their function [K/502/0505] Recognise small animals [R/502/0496] Recognise types of animal housing and bedding for small animals [M/502/0506] Assist with cleaning housing for small animals [T/502/0507] Communicating with others at work[ D/501/6631] Recognise types of foods and feed small animals [A/502/0508] Group D – Level 1 Optional Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Principles of the movement and handling of small animals [L/502/5714] Assist with feedstuffs for small animals [H/600/0473] Assist with the movement and handling of small animals [T/502/5710] Principles of dealing with animal accommodation [D/600/0469] Assist with animal accommodation [R/600/0470] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741]

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ABC Qual Code C9108-E3

5009659X Entry Level Certificate in Practical Small Animal Care Skills (Entry 3) Learners must achieve a minimum of 16 credits. This must include 2 credits from Group A (Entry Level 3 Mandatory unit) plus a minimum of 8 credits from Group B (Entry Level 3 optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of any other units from Groups B, C or D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

E3

2

20

E3

2

20

E3 E3

3 2

30 20

E3

2

20

E3

3

30

E3

3

30

E2

2

20

E2

1

10

E2

2

20

E2 E2

2 1

20 10

E2

2

20

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1 1 1

2 1 2

18 9 18

1

1

9

1

2

18

Group A – Entry Level 3 Mandatory Unit

Recognise types and parts of the body of small animals [L/502/0612] Group B – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Assist with catching and restraining a small animal [R/502/0613] Check that a small animal is healthy [Y/502/0614] Groom a small animal [D/502/0615] Show visitors around a small animal enterprise [H/502/0616] Introduction to looking after customers in a retail environment [F/501/9523] Introduction to handling stock in a retail environment [J/501/9524] Group C – Entry Level 2 Optional Units

Recognise parts of the body of small animals and their function [K/502/0505] Recognise small animals [R/502/0496] Recognise types of animal housing and bedding for small animals [M/502/0506] Assist with cleaning housing for small animals [T/502/0507] Communicating with others at work[ D/501/6631] Recognise types of foods and feed small animals [A/502/0508] Group D – Level 1 Optional Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Principles of the movement and handling of small animals [L/502/5714] Assist with feedstuffs for small animals [H/600/0473] Assist with the movement and handling of small animals [T/502/5710] Principles of dealing with animal accommodation [D/600/0469] Assist with animal accommodation [R/600/0470] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741]

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ABC Qual Code A9108-01

50096588 Level 1 Award in Practical Small Animal Care Skills Learners must achieve a minimum of 12 credits. This must include 4 credits from Group A (Level 1 Mandatory units) plus a minimum of 4 credits from Group B (Level 1 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of any other units from Groups B, C or D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

4

36

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

6

50

1

6

50

1

6

50

1 1

6 6

50 50

1

6

50

1 1 1 1 1

6 4 1 1 2

50 36 9 9 18

1

1

9

1

2

18

E3

2

20

E3

2

20

E3 E3

3 2

30 20

E3

2

20

E3

3

30

Group A – Level 1 Mandatory Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Group B – Level 1 Optional Units

Maintain the safety of self and other in the workplace [R/600/0291] Principles of the movement and handling of small animals [L/502/5714] Assist with the movement and handling of small animals [T/502/5710] Assist with feedstuffs for small animals [H/600/0473] Principles of dealing with animal accommodation [D/600/0469] Assist with animal accommodation [R/600/0470] Assist with maintaining the health and wellbeing of animals [H/502/5119] Assist with the preparation and maintenance of animal accommodation [K/502/5154] Assist with the movement, handling and accommodation of animals [J/502/5131] Animals in the wild and in society [R/502/5147] Assist with feeding and watering animals [D/502/5149] Assist with the handling and restraint of animals [J/502/5159] Assist with the exercise of animals [A/502/5160] Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Recognise types and parts of the body of small animals [L/502/0612] Assist with catching and restraining a small animal [R/502/0613] Check that a small animal is healthy [Y/502/0614] Groom a small animal [D/502/0615] Show visitors around a small animal enterprise [H/502/0616] Introduction to looking after customers in a retail environment [F/501/9523]

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E3

3

30

2

3

23

2

4

30

2

2

15

2

3

23

2

3

23

Group D – Level 2 Optional Units

Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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ABC Qual Code C9108-01

50096606 Level 1 Certificate in Practical Small Animal Care Skills Learners must achieve a minimum of 18 credits. This must include 4 credits from Group A (Level 1 Mandatory units) plus a minimum of 8 credits from Group B (Level 1 Optional units). The remaining credit may be made up of any other units from Groups B, C or D. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

1 1

2 2

18 18

1

4

36

1

2

18

1

1

9

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

2

18

1

6

50

1

6

50

1

6

50

1 1

6 6

50 50

1

6

50

1 1 1 1 1

6 4 1 1 2

50 36 9 9 18

1

1

9

1

2

18

E3

2

20

E3

2

20

E3 E3

3 2

30 20

E3

2

20

E3

3

30

Group A – Level 1 Mandatory Units

Assist with the care of animals [A/502/4588] Principles of the care of animals [F/502/4589] Group B – Level 1 Optional Units

Maintain the safety of self and other in the workplace [R/600/0291] Principles of the movement and handling of small animals [L/502/5714] Assist with the movement and handling of small animals [T/502/5710] Assist with feedstuffs for small animals [H/600/0473] Principles of dealing with animal accommodation [D/600/0469] Assist with animal accommodation [R/600/0470] Assist with maintaining the health and wellbeing of animals [H/502/5119] Assist with the preparation and maintenance of animal accommodation [K/502/5154] Assist with the movement, handling and accommodation of animals [J/502/5131] Animals in the wild and in society [R/502/5147] Assist with feeding and watering animals [D/502/5149] Assist with the handling and restraint of animals [J/502/5159] Assist with the exercise of animals [A/502/5160] Assist with the maintenance of equipment [T/502/4055] Principles of the maintenance of equipment [A/502/4056] Principles of the movement of animals [Y/502/4100] Assist with the movement of animals [D/502/4101] Principles of transporting supplies of physical resources within the work area [D/502/4096] Assist with the transport of supplies of physical resources within the work area [J/502/4741] Group C – Entry Level 3 Optional Units

Recognise types and parts of the body of small animals [L/502/0612] Assist with catching and restraining a small animal [R/502/0613] Check that a small animal is healthy [Y/502/0614] Groom a small animal [D/502/0615] Show visitors around a small animal enterprise [H/502/0616] Introduction to looking after customers in a retail environment [F/501/9523]

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E3

3

30

2

3

23

2

4

30

2

2

15

2

3

23

2

3

23

Group D – Level 2 Optional Units

Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522]

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ABC Qual Code A9110-02

50101341 Level 2 Award in Practical Animal Care Skills Learners must achieve a minimum of 10 credits from the units in Group A. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 3 2 2

2 3 4 3 4 3

15 23 30 19 30 23

Group A - Optional Units

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C9111-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Unendorsed Pathway Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 3 2 2

2 3 4 3 4 3

15 23 30 19 30 23

2

2

15

3

2

13

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C9112-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 3 2 2

2 3 4 3 3 2

15 23 30 19 23 15

3

2

13

2

5

38

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2

3 6

23 45

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2015

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ABC Qual Code C9113-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 2

2 3 4 3

15 23 30 23

2

2

15

3

2

13

2

5

38

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2

3

23

3

2

13

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C9114-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Dog Grooming Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 3 2

2 3 4 3 3

15 23 30 19 23

2

2

15

2

5

38

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2 2

3 4 3

23 30 23

3

2

13

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Prepare and groom dogs prior to bathing [A/502/1691] Bathe and clean dogs [D/502/1697] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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ABC Qual Code C9115-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 2

2 3 4 3

15 23 30 23

2

2

15

3

2

13

2

5

38

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

3

23

3

2

13

2

4

23

2

3

20

2

3

20

2

5

34

2

5

41

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569] Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] Process customer orders for goods in a retail environment [M/500/5701] Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215] Process payments for purchases in a retail environment [R/500/9773]

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ABC Qual Code C9116-02

50101353 Level 2 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Animal Training Learners must achieve 20 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 16 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 15 15

2

5

38

2 2 2 2 2

2 3 4 4 3

15 23 30 30 23

2

2

15

2

5

38

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2

6

45

3

2

13

3

2

13

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2015

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Funding FL Eligibility

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Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code A9110-03

50102989 Level 3 Award in Practical Animal Care Skills Learners must achieve a minimum of 10 credits. At least 6 of these credits must be from Group A, Level 3 units. The remaining credits can be made up of any other units from either Group A or Group B. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

5

33

3 3 3

4 3 4

26 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

4

26

Group A – Level 3 Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals (K/502/1606) Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies (H/502/1605) Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249]

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3

4

26

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

Group B – Level 2 Units

Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

42 N/A N/A 10 Land Based / Environmental Animal Care and Veterinary Science Lantra

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ABC Qual Code C9111-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Unendorsed Pathway Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

5

33

3 3 3

4 3 4

26 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

3

19

3

5

33

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals (K/502/1606)

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Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies (H/502/1605) Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492]

3

4

26

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

105 N/A N/A 25% Land Based / Environmental Animal Care and Veterinary Science Lantra

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ABC Qual Code C9112-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

5

33

3 3 3

4 3 4

26 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

3

19

3

5

33

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals (K/502/1606)

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Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies (H/502/1605) Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Contribute to the prevention of aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [J/502/1631] Contribute to managing aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [F/502/1627] Sell over the counter medicines and treatments for the care of animals [D/502/1621] Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over the counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Prepare and construct new structures and surfaces [J/502/1452] Encourage and motivate volunteers [J/502/1645] Manage the work of volunteers [D/502/1599] Prepare and maintain the operational condition of workboats [A/502/3179] Operate workboats [R/502/3222]

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

2 2 2

2 3 3

15 23 23

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

7

26

3

7

46

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

5

33

3 3

5 6

33 39

2

6

45

2

6

45

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3

105 N/A N/A 25%

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ABC Qual Code C9113-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

5

33

3 3 3

4 3 4

26 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

4

26

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606) Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605) Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249]

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Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Prepare and construct new structures and surfaces [J/502/1452] Encourage and motivate volunteers [J/502/1645] Manage the work of volunteers [D/502/1599] Prepare and maintain the operational condition of workboats [A/502/3179] Operate work boats [R/502/3222]

3

4

26

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

3

5

33

3 3

5 6

33 39

2

6

45

2

6

45

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

105 N/A N/A 25% Land Based / Environmental Animal Care and Veterinary Science Lantra

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ABC Qual Code C9114-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Dog Grooming Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

3

19

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

3

19

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

3

7

46

3 3

4 6

26 39

3

9

35

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over-the-counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Assess and plan dog grooming work [K/502/1699] Carrying out styling and finishing of dogs [T/502/1706] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score

105

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ABC Qual Code C9115-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3 3

4 4

26 26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

3

19

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

3

7

26

3

7

46

3

11

55

3

9

35

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Sell over the counter medicines and treatments for the care of animals [D/502/1621] Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over-the-counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Maintain the availability of goods for sale to customers in a retail environment [L/500/9786] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789]

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ABC Qual Code C9116-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Animal Training Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plan, the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638]

2

4

30

2 2 2 3

2 3 3 4

15 23 23 26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/07/2010 31/08/2013 31/08/2016 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

105 N/A N/A 25% Land Based / Environmental Animal Care and Veterinary Science Lantra

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ABC Qual Code C9117-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Dog / Animal Wardens Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2

2 3

15 23

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Contribute to the prevention of aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [J/502/1631] Contribute to managing of aggressive and abusive behaviour in people [F/502/1627] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612]

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Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Protect the environment through legal enforcement [H/502/3239] Investigate reported abuse or harm to animals and act appropriately [D/502/1635] Co-ordinate the care of animals that have been abused, harmed or abandoned [Y/502/1634]

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

8

52

3

8

52

3

5

33

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ABC Qual Code C9118-03

50101705 Level 3 Certificate in Practical Animal Care Skills Pathway - Animals in Education and Entertainment Learners must achieve a minimum of 30 credits; this will include the Mandatory unit (4 credits) plus a minimum of 26 credits from the Optional units. A minimum of 16 credits must be at Level 3. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 3

6 3 3

39 19 19

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3 3

4 4

26 26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

5

33

3

4

26

2 2 2 3

2 3 3 4

15 23 23 26

3

4

26

3

5

33

Mandatory Unit

Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Optional Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security of the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613]

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Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Recommend animals to meet entertainment and educational requirements in the audio-visual industries [Y/502/0676] Provide budgetary information for the animal’s role in the audio-visual requirement [D/502/0680] Plan the transportation and transfer of animals for the entertainment and education [R/502/1664] Plan temporary accommodation for animals in entertainment and education environment [D/502/0677] Plan the care of animals in entertainment and education [Y/502/1665] Prepare the animal for entertainment and education [H/502/0678] Prepare artiste to work with the animal [K/502/0679] Work the animal to achieve entertainment and education requirements [L/502/0674]

3

4

26

3

5

33

4

7

35

3

3

19

3

3

19

3

3

19

3

6

39

3 2

4 3

26 23

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ABC Qual Code A9119-02

60002207 Level 2 Award for Animal Nursing Assistants Learners must achieve 12 credits. This will include 4 credits from the mandatory unit in Group A, plus 8 credits from the optional units in Groups B and C. Only one optional unit can be chosen from Group C. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

4

30

2 2 2

5 3 2

38 23 15

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2

3 3

23 28

2

3

25

2 2 2 2

4 5 2 2

30 38 12 18

2

2

15

3

4

26

2

3

20

2

3

20

2 2 2

2 3 3

15 23 17

Group A - Mandatory Unit

Principles of basic animal nursing assistance [M/502/7617] Group B - Optional Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Principles of companion animal pharmacy [A/502/7619] Principles of infection control for animal nursing assistants [M/502/7620] Exotic animal anatomy and physiology [T/502/7621] Companion animal anatomy and physiology [A/502/7622] Companion animal nutrition [J/502/7624] Companion animal parasitology and zoonosis [L/502/7625] Principles of companion animal anaesthesia and fluid therapy [R/502/7626] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Group C – Optional Units Learners may only choose 1 unit from this group as part of this Award

Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] Process customer orders for goods in a retail environment [M/500/5701] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Meet and welcome visitors [Y/601/2457] Store and retrieve information [R/601/2490]

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ABC Qual Code C9119-02

60002219 Level 2 Certificate for Animal Nursing Assistants Learners must achieve a minimum of 32 credits. This will include 19 credits from the mandatory units in Group A and a minimum of 13 credits from the optional units in Group B. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2 2 2 2

5 3 3 5

38 23 23 38

2

3

25

2 2

4 2

30 15

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2 2 2

3 4 2 2

28 30 12 18

2

2

15

3

4

26

2

3

20

2

3

20

2 2 2 3 3

2 3 3 8 8

15 23 17 60 60

Group A - Mandatory Units

Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Companion animal anatomy and physiology [A/502/7622] Principles of infection control for animal nursing assistants [M/502/7620] Group B - Optional Units

Principles of basic animal nursing assistance [M/502/7617] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Principles of companion animal pharmacy [A/502/7619] Exotic animal anatomy and physiology [T/502/7621] Companion animal nutrition [J/502/7624] Companion animal parasitology and zoonosis [L/502/7625] Principles of companion animal anaesthesia and fluid therapy [R/502/7626] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] Process customer orders for goods in a retail environment [M/500/5701] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Meet and welcome visitors [Y/601/2457] Store and retrieve information [R/601/2490] Companion animal anatomy and physiology [Y/502/7627] Exotic animal anatomy and physiology [D/502/7628] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Operational Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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ABC Qual Code D9120-C2

60049856 Level 2 Diploma for Work-Based Animal Nursing Learners must achieve a minimum of 53 credits. This will include 36 credits from the mandatory units and a minimum of 5 credits from the optional units in Group A. The remaining credits can be achieved from Group A or Group B. Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2 2

3 2

23 15

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

3

23

2 2 2

4 2 5

30 12 38

2

3

25

2 2

2 2

18 15

2

2

15

2

2

15

2 2 2 3 3

3 4 2 8 8

28 30 15 60 60

2

3

23

2 2 2 2

2 2 2 3

15 15 15 23

3

2

13

3

2

13

Mandatory Units

Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Assist with the provision of basic nursing care to animals [A/503/9009] Monitor and care for veterinary inpatients in accommodation [M/503/9010] Principles of basic animal nursing assistance [M/502/7617] Companion animal nutrition [J/502/7624] Companion animal anatomy and physiology [A/502/7622] Principles of infection control for animal nursing assistants [M/502/7620] Companion animal parasitology and zoonosis [L/502/7625] Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Optional Units - learners must achieve a minimum of 17 credits from the optional units - at least 5 of these credits must be from group A Group A

Principles of companion animal anaesthesia and fluid therapy [R/502/7626] Principles of companion animal pharmacy [A/502/7619] Exotic animal anatomy and physiology [T/502/7621] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Companion animal anatomy and physiology [Y/502/7627] Exotic animal anatomy and physiology [D/502/7628] Group B

Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Handle payments from clients [Y/502/1018] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Meet and welcome visitors [Y/601/2457] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196]

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ABC Qual Code A9100-02

50067412 Level 2 Award in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals Learners must achieve a minimum of 9 credits: this must include the Level 2 units (5 credits) and then complete additional Level 3 units to the value of 4 credits. Units

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

30

2

2

20

3

2

15

3

3

28

3

3

25

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

3

20

3

3

20

Level 2

Introduction to hydrotherapy for small animals [H/600/3728] Management of clinical conditions in hydrotherapy for small animals [J/600/3740] Level 3

First aid for small animals [L/600/3741] Administering hydrotherapy treatment to small animals [Y/600/3743] Assessing and checking an animal’s suitability for hydrotherapy treatment [D/600/3744] Understanding canine cruciate and patella ligament disease for hydrotherapists [A/600/3749] Understanding canine elbow and hip dysplasia for hydrotherapists [Y/600/3757] Anatomy and physiology for small animal hydrotherapy [D/600/3761] Aquatic treadmill therapy for small animals [M/600/3764] Pool water management for small animal hydrotherapy [A/600/3766] Principles and practice for small animal hydrotherapy [J/600/3768] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL Eligibility

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ABC Qual Code A9100-03

50067394 Level 3 Award in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals Learners must achieve a minimum of 3 credits at Level 3 chosen from the Level 3 units. This can trigger a Level 3 Award in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals. Learners who wish to do additional units in the Award can do so to a maximum of 12 credits. They can mix Level 2 units in this Level 3 Award, but at least 51% of the credits must be at Level 3 to claim a Level 3 Award. Learners achieving 13 or more credits will be awarded a Level 3 Certificate Units

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

30

2

2

20

3

2

15

3

3

28

3

3

25

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

3

20

3

3

20

Level 2

Introduction to hydrotherapy for small animals [H/600/3728] Management of clinical conditions in hydrotherapy for small animals [J/600/3740] Level 3

First aid for small animals [L/600/3741] Administering hydrotherapy treatment to small animals [Y/600/3743] Assessing and checking an animal’s suitability for hydrotherapy treatment [D/600/3744] Understanding canine cruciate and patella ligament disease for hydrotherapists [A/600/3749] Understanding canine elbow and hip dysplasia for hydrotherapists [Y/600/3757] Anatomy and physiology for small animal hydrotherapy [D/600/3761] Aquatic treadmill therapy for small animals [M/600/3764] Pool water management for small animal hydrotherapy [A/600/3766] Principles and practice for small animal hydrotherapy [J/600/3768] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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50067072 Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals Learners must achieve a minimum of 13 credits: Learners can mix Level 2 units in this Level 3 Certificate, but at least 51% of the credits must be at Level 3 to claim a Level 3 Certificate. Units

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

3

30

2

2

20

3

2

15

3

3

28

3

3

25

3

2

10

3

2

10

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

3

20

3

3

20

Level 2

Introduction to hydrotherapy for small animals [H/600/3728] Management of clinical conditions in hydrotherapy for small animals [J/600/3740] Level 3

First aid for small animals [L/600/3741] Administering hydrotherapy treatment to small animals [Y/600/3743] Assessing and checking an animal’s suitability for hydrotherapy treatment [D/600/3744] Understanding canine cruciate and patella ligament disease for hydrotherapists [A/600/3749] Understanding canine elbow and hip dysplasia for hydrotherapists [Y/600/3757] Anatomy and physiology for small animal hydrotherapy [D/600/3761] Aquatic treadmill therapy for small animals [M/600/3764] Pool water management for small animal hydrotherapy [A/600/3766] Principles and practice for small animal hydrotherapy [J/600/3768] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 19 Pass / Fail 01/09/2009 31/08/2012 31/08/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code C9121-03

60059552 Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals Learners must achieve a minimum of 29 credits from the 10 mandatory units. Units

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

4

25

3

2

10

3

3

18

3

3

18

3

3

25

3

3

25

3

4

30

3

3

20

3

2

10

3

2

10

Mandatory Units

Introduction to hydrotherapy for small animals [T/504/1180] Management of medical conditions in hydrotherapy for small animals [A/504/1181] Management of common orthopaedic and neurological conditions in hydrotherapy for small animals [J/504/1183] Small animal first aid for hydrotherapists [L/504/1184] Administering hydrotherapy treatment to small animals [R/504/1185] Assessing and checking an animal’s suitability for hydrotherapy treatment [Y/504/1186] Anatomy and physiology for small animal hydrotherapy [D/504/1187] Water management for small animal hydrotherapy [K/504/1189] Professional practice and Multi Disciplinary Team working for hydrotherapists [D/504/1190] The principles of small animal hydrotherapy [H/504/1191] Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Operational Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

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ABC Qual Code D9101-C2

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Learners must achieve a minimum of 44 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] and Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Plus A minimum of 11 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 23 15

2

5

1

2

5

38

2 2

2 3

15 23

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2 2 3

3 2 2 4 3

23 15 15 30 19

3

2

13

3

2

13

Mandatory Units

Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] and Either

Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or

Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Optional Units

Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Handle payments from clients [Y/502/1018] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196]

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Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569] Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] Process customer orders for goods in a retail environment [M/500/5701] Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215] Process payments for purchases in a retail environment [R/55/9773]

2

6

45

2 2

4 3

30 23

2

4

23

2

3

20

2

3

20

2

5

34

2

5

41

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ABC Qual Code D9102-C2

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Learners must achieve a minimum of 47 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] and Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Plus A minimum of 14 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 23 15

2

5

1

2

5

38

2 2

2 3

15 23

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2 2

3 2 2 4

23 15 15 30

3

2

13

3

2

13

2

3

23

2

4

23

2

5

34

Mandatory Units

Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] and Either

Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or

Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Optional Units

Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Handle payments from clients [Y/502/1018] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569] Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9103-C2

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Dog Grooming Learners must achieve a minimum of 48 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] and Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Plus A minimum of 8 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 23 15

2

5

1

2 2

4 3

30 23

2

5

38

2 2

2 3

15 23

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2 2 2 3

3 2 2 4 3

23 15 15 30 19

3

2

13

3

2

13

2

3

23

2

4

23

Mandatory Units

Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Prepare and groom dogs prior to bathing [A/502/1691] Bathe and clean dogs [D/502/1697] and Either

Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or

Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Optional Units

Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Handle payments from clients [Y/502/1018] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Dry dogs and prepare their coat for styling [K/502/1704] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569]

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Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215]

2

3

20

2

5

34

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9104-C2

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Learners must achieve a minimum of 45 credits which includes the Mandatory units and Either Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569] Or Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] and Either Maintain the cleanliness and bi security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] and Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Plus A minimum of 8 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 23 15

2

5

1

2

4

23

2

3

20

2

5

38

2 2

2 3

15 23

2

4

30

2

4

30

2 2 2 2

3 2 2 4

23 15 15 30

Mandatory Units

Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] and Either

Receive goods and materials into storage in a retail environment [A/500/5569] Or

Keep stock on sale at required levels in a retail environment [K/500/5700] and Either

Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or

Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Optional Units

Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Carry out reception duties [M/502/1610] Handle payments from clients [Y/502/1018] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694]

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Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Process customer orders for goods in a retail environment [A/500/5701] Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215] Process payments for purchases in a retail environment [R/500/9773]

3

2

13

3

2

13

2 2

3 3

23 20

2

5

34

2

5

41

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9105-C2

50067400 Level 2 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Training Learners must achieve a minimum of 66 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] and Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Plus A minimum of 15 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

2

2

15

2

2

15

2

4

30

2

5

38

2

3

23

2 2 2

3 2 2

23 23 15

2

5

1

2

5

38

2

3

23

2

6

45

2

4

30

2

5

38

2 2

2 3

15 23

2

4

30

2

4

30

2

4

30

3

2

13

3

2

13

2

3

23

Mandatory Units

Maintain and develop personal performance [F/502/1689] Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others [T/502/1690] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Deliver basic treatments to animals [Y/502/1505] Select and prepare accommodation for animals [R/502/1521] Maintain animal accommodation [Y/502/1522] Control and restrain animals [Y/502/1536] Moving animals between locations [K/502/1539] Make sure your own actions reduce risks to health and safety [R/501/0874] Train animals through basic training programmes [M/502/1655] Contribute to the evaluation and implementation of basic animal training programmes [T/502/1611] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] and Either

Maintain the cleanliness and bio security of the animal care working environment [T/502/1561] Or

Prepare feed for animals [L/502/1467] Provide feed and water to animals [D/502/1473] Optional Units

Provide controlled exercise opportunities for animals [K/502/1556] Provide opportunities for animals to have freedom to exercise [A/502/1559] Prepare and groom animals [L/502/1694] Communicate information within the workplace [Y/502/1195] Maintain and store records within the workplace [D/502/1196] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492]

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Provide information and advice to customers in a retail environment [T/500/5215]

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5

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Accreditation End Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation Pre 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2014 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9101-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Care and Welfare Learners must achieve a minimum of 54 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] and Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or Load and unload animals for transport [K/502/1492] and Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plus A minimum of 20 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3

6 3

39 19

2 3

3 3

23 19

2

3

23

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

7

26

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] and Either

Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or

Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Optional Units

Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Contribute to the prevention of aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [J/502/1631] Contribute to managing aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [F/502/1627] Sell over the counter medicines and treatments for the care of animals [D/502/1621]

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Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over-the-counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Prepare and construct new structures or surfaces [J/502/1452] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Encourage and motivate volunteers [J/502/1645] Manage the work of volunteers [D/502/1599] Prepare and maintain the operational condition of work boats [A/502/3179] Operate work boats [R/502/3222] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137] Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT Registration and returns [H/601/5863] Issue 6 Jun 2012

3

7

46

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

5

33

2

4

30

2 3 3 3

2 4 3 4

15 26 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3 3

5 6

33 39

2

6

45

2

6

45

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3

3 4 2 3 3 2 2 4

21 32 16 21 21 16 16 28

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Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938] Maintain the availability of goods for sale to customers in a retail environment [L/500/9786] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789]

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3

3

21

2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

2

2

16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

3

21

2

2

16

2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10

2

1

10

3

2

20

3

11

59

3

11

55

3

9

35

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Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9102-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Zoos / Wildlife Establishments Learners must achieve a minimum of 54 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] and Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or Load and unload animals for transport [K/502/1492] and Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plus A minimum of 20 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3

6 3

39 19

2 3

3 3

23 19

2

3

23

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

5

33

2

4

30

2 3 3 3

2 4 3 4

15 26 19 26

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] and Either

Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or

Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Optional Units

Welcome, receive and care for visitors to sites [A/502/1609] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Plan and prepare to release native animals into natural habitats [F/502/1563] Prepare and construct new structures and surfaces [J/502/1452] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Select and prepare animals for breeding [J/502/1659] Manage the care of young animals [F/502/1661] Select animals for training [L/502/1601]

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Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Encourage and motivate volunteers [J/502/1645] Manage the work of volunteers [D/502/1599] Prepare and maintain the operational condition of work boats [A/502/3179] Operate work boats [R/502/3222] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Issue 6 Jun 2012

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

3

3

19

3

5

33

3

4

26

3 3

5 6

33 39

2

6

45

2

6

45

3

4

26

3

4

26

2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

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2

16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

3

21

2

2

16

2 3 3 2

1 1 1 1

10 10 10 10

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Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789]

Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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10

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11

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ABC Qual Code D9103-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Dog Grooming Learners must achieve a minimum of 55 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] and Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Or Load and unload animals for transport [K/502/1492] and Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plus A minimum of 19 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3

4 6

26 39

3

4

26

3

4

26

2 3

3 3

23 19

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

7

45

2

4

30

2 2

2 4

15 30

2

4

30

3

3

19

3 2 2 3

3 4 2 3

21 32 16 21

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Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Assess and plan dog grooming work [K/502/1699] Carrying out styling and finishing of dogs [T/502/1706] and Either

Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Or

Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Optional Units

Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over the counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137]

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Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT registration and returns [H/601/5863] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789]

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3 2 2 3

3 2 2 4

21 16 16 28

3

3

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2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

2

2

16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

3

21

2

2

16

2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10

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1

10

3

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20

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11

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3

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35

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

Issue 6 Jun 2012

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code D9104-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Pet Care and Retail Learners must achieve a minimum of 57 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] and Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or Load and unload animals for transport [K/502/1492] and Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plus A minimum of 23 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3

6 3

39 19

2 3

3 3

23 19

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

7

26

3

7

46

2

4

30

2 2

2 4

15 30

2

4

30

3

3

19

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] and Either

Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or

Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Optional Units

Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Sell over the counter medicines and treatments for the care of animals [D/502/1621] Provide information to customers seeking advice about symptoms and over the counter medications for the care of animals [R/502/1633] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517]

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Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137] Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT registration and returns [H/601/5863] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938] Maintain the availability of goods for sale to customers in a retail environment [L/500/9786] Evaluate the receipt of payments from customers [D/500/9789] Issue 6 Jun 2012

3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3

3 4 2 3 3 2 2 4

21 32 16 21 21 16 16 28

3

3

21

2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

2

2

16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

3

21

2

2

16

2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10

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10

3

2

20

3

11

59

3

11

55

3

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35

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

Issue 6 Jun 2012

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

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ABC Qual Code D9105-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animal Training Learners must achieve a minimum of 66 credits which includes the Mandatory units as well as Either Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] and Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or Load and unload animals for transport [K/502/1492] and Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Plus A minimum of 18 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3 3

6 3

39 19

2 3

3 3

23 19

2

3

23

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] and Either

Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Or

Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Optional Units

Welcome, receive and care for visitors to site [A/502/1609] Plan the establishment and management of wild animal populations [H/502/1636] Monitor and evaluate the establishment and management of wild animal populations [K/502/1637] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals Issue 6 Jun 2012

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and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Handle animals to enable them to work effectively [F/502/1644] Care for animals after they have worked [F/502/1594] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517] Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137] Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT registration and returns [H/601/5863] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925]

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3

4

26

2

4

30

2

2

15

2

6

45

2 2

4 4

30 30

2

4

30

3

3

19

3

5

23

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3

3 4 2 3 3 2 2 4

21 32 16 21 21 16 16 28

3

3

21

2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

2

2

16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

3

21

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Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938]

2

2

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2 3 3 2 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

10 10 10 10 10 10 10 20 10 10 10

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10

3

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20

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11

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9106-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway – Dog / Animal Wardens Learners must achieve a minimum of 61 credits which includes the Mandatory units plus a minimum of 19 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

2 3 2

3 3 4

23 19 30

2

4

30

3

8

52

3

7

46

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

2

4

30

2 3 3

2 6 3

15 39 19

3

3

19

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Prepare for the transportation of animals [T/502/1494] Maintain the health and welfare of animals during transportation [K/502/1542] Protect the environment through legal enforcement [H/502/3239] Optional Units

Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Assess the suitability of new environments for the placement of animals [F/502/1014] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Contribute to the prevention of aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [J/502/1631] Contribute to managing aggressive and abusive behaviour of people [F/502/1627] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Plan, monitor and evaluate the transportation of animals [L/502/1517]

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Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Prepare interpretive entertainment and educational activities [L/502/3249] Deliver and evaluate interpretive entertainment and educational activities [J/502/3251] Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137] Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT registration and returns [H/601/5863] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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33

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 2 2 3 3 2 2 3

3 4 2 3 3 2 2 4

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3

3

21

2 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 3 2 2 3

3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

24 21 28 16 16 24 24 24 21 24 28 24 21 16 24 21

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16

3 2 2

3 3 3

14 16 24

3

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16

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1

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Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938] Investigate reported abuse or harm to animals and act appropriately [D/502/1635] Co-ordinate the care of animals that have been abused, harmed, strayed of abandoned [Y/502/1634]

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3

11

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8

52

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

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ABC Qual Code D9107-C3

50067382 Level 3 Diploma in Work-Based Animal Care Pathway - Animals in Education and Entertainment Learners must achieve a minimum of 61 credits which includes the Mandatory units plus a minimum of 19 credits from the Optional units Unit

Level

Credit Value

GLH

3

6

39

3

6

39

3

4

26

3

4

26

3 3 2 3 3

6 3 3 3 4

39 19 23 19 26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

2

13

3

5

33

4

7

35

3

4

26

3

4

26

2

3

23

3

7

46

3

2

13

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

4

26

3

5

33

3

4

26

2

4

30

2

2

15

Mandatory Units

Implement, monitor and evaluate plans for the health and welfare of animals [L/502/1565] Promote, monitor and maintain health, safety and security in the workplace [D/502/1523] Plan the handling and restraint of animals [R/502/1468] Plan, supervise and control the movement of animals [L/502/1470] Plan diets and feeding regimes for animals [L/502/1453] Monitor and evaluate the feeding of animals [R/502/1454] Load and unload animals for transportation [K/502/1492] Establish animals in a new environment [Y/502/1469] Select animals for training [L/502/1601] Design individual training programmes for animals [R/502/1602] Implement individual training programmes for animals [Y/502/1603] Evaluate and improve training programmes which enable animals to achieve specific objectives [D/502/1604] Recommend animals to meet entertainment and educational requirements in the audio-visual industries [Y/502/0676] Provide budgetary information for the animal’s role for audio-visual requirements [D/502/0680] Optional Units

Plan the accommodation of animals [K/502/1525] Monitor and evaluate the accommodation of animals [M/502/1526] Welcome, receive and care for visitors to site [A/502/1609] Provide advice and guidance on the choice and care of animals to prospective keepers [R/502/1020] Provide information on how to maintain the behaviour, health and welfare of animals [R/502/0675] Recognise and interpret the behaviour of animals [L/502/1632] Evaluate the match between individuals and animals [A/502/1612] Design integrated training programmes for people and animals to realise their combined potential [R/502/1616] Implement integrated training programmes for individuals and animals to realise their agreed outcomes [F/502/1613] Evaluate integrated training programmes for people and animals against agreed outcomes [M/502/1638] Promote and maintain the health and well-being of animals [H/502/1507] Handle animals [J/502/1466] Issue 6 Jun 2012

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Determine and agree policies for the management of animals [K/502/1606] Monitor and evaluate the implementation of animal management policies [H/502/1605] Obtaining support for a business idea [A/601/4394] Keep financial records [D/601/5800] Sub-contract work [D/601/5859] Bidding for work [D/601/6137] Carry out plans for a business [F/601/4378] Prepare wages [F/601/5854] Contract for the business premises [H/601/4406] VAT registration and returns [H/601/5863] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [H/601/5944] Sell products or services using the internet [H/601/6169] Seek advice and help for the business [H/601/6236] Prepare wages [J/601/5855] Bidding for work [J/601/6133] Seek advice and help for the business [J/601/6245] Define the product or service of the business [K/601/4374] Impact of the environment on a business [K/601/5783] Improving the quality of products or services [L/601/4383] Define the product or service of the business [M/601/4375] Run a business from home [M/601/4408] Keep financial records [M/601/5803] How to treat business customers [M/601/6207] Improving the quality of products or services [R/601/4384] Carry out banking for a business [R/601/5356] Obtaining support for a business idea [T/601/4393] Run a business from home [T/601/4409] Keeping up to date with current legislation in a business [T/601/4412] Carry out banking for a business [Y/601/5357] Controls for customer payments [Y/601/5360] VAT registration and returns [Y/601/5861] Check what customers need from the business [Y/601/5925] Plan how to let customers know about products or services [Y/601/5939] Develop your business idea [J/500/4604] Develop your business idea [Y/500/4591] Explore your business motives [K/500/4594] Explore your business motives [R/500/4606] Improve your business skills [Y/500/4607] Plan to sell your product or service [F/500/4598] Plan to sell your product or service [H/500/4609] Prepare a plan for your business [J/500/4599] Prepare a plan for your business [Y/500/4610] Negotiate for your business [D/500/4575] Negotiate for your business [T/500/4582] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [D/500/4592] Choose supplies and suppliers for your business [L/500/4586] Organise the receipt and storage of goods in a retail environment [A/500/4938]

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3 4 2 3 3 2 2 4

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3 3 4 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 3 3 2 3 3

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Plan the transportation and transfer of animals for the entertainment and education [R/502/1664] Plan temporary accommodation for animals in entertainment and education environment [D/502/0677] Plan the care of animals in entertainment and education [Y/502/1665] Prepare the animal for entertainment and education [H/502/0678] Prepare artiste to work with the animal [K/502/0679] Work the animal to achieve entertainment and education requirements [L/502/0674]

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Restrictions and Requirements Assessment Minimum Approved Age Qualification Grading Accreditation Start Date Review Date Certification End Date Funding FL ASL App Eligibility

Internal Assessment / External Moderation 16 Pass / Fail 01/08/2009 31/12/2012 31/12/2015 SO T2G ALR OLASS PFU

Points Score Contribution to Threshold L1 Contribution to Threshold L2 Contribution to Threshold L3 Sector (ABC) Sector (Regulator) Sector Skills Council

210.00 N/A N/A 50% Land Based / Environmental Animal Care And Veterinary Science Lantra

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