Core Pathway - Work Based Learning - Vocational band 1
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Lucky Tails Care Farm
Lucky Tails Care Farm is home to alpacas, donkeys and many other small animals. It opens up the farming experience to young people who might not otherwise have a chance to visit or work with animals, Lucky Tails Care Farm is a welcoming friendly place where children are supported to carry out a wide variety of activities based on the farm.

We offer ASDAN courses in animal care and environmental care.
Provider Contact
Sarah Booth
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Course Name
Animal Care
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Course Description
The Animal Care Short Course can accredit between 10 and 60 hours of learners' activities and involvement in caring for all types of animals. This could range from looking after domestic pets at home, to working with farm animals and wildlife in the community, to finding out about more exotic species at zoos and wildlife centres. The flexibility of ASDAN's Short Courses means they can be carried out in a variety of settings, over a time period to suit the individual or co-ordinating centre. Challenge descriptions can be interpreted and adapted according to the situation.

The Short Course is split into seven modules, each containing activities based around a different aspect of animal care:

Animal investigation
Safety around animals
Looking after animals
Animals in trouble
Animals in the media
Animals and the law
Careers in working with animals
Qualification (If Applicable)
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
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Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm, Dexter Lane, Hurley, CV9 2JQ
How to Apply
Daily Rate of £65
Coventry Alternative Provision