courses in Ireland

Animal Care Level 5

Course Type: PLC and Further Education
Institute Name: Dun Laoghaire Further Education Institute
Fee: on request
Course Locations: County Dublin

Course Details

These courses are designed to meet the needs of learners who may wish to work within the Animal Care Industry or progress to Higher Education through the Higher Education Links Scheme. These qualifications allow learners to develop
underpinning academic knowledge whilst developing the skills that could be used within employment in the Animal Care Industry.

Practical instruction and work experience form an important part of these courses. During the first year learners will get the opportunity to see and handle a range of animals on site in DFEi.

Year 1: QQI (FETAC) Level 5 Award
Animal Care (5M2768)
Canine First Responder
Year 2: QQI (FETAC) Level 6 Award
Animal Science (CASXX)

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