This Level 3 Award for Educators in the Canine and Feline Sector is designed to teach you the skills to become an effective tutor within the animal care and training sector.
This course is Ofqual regulated and has been developed by iPET Network who specialise in qualifications for professionals in the Canine and Feline sector.
Learners in this course will discover how to adapt to individual learners needs, and how to create a successful learning environment with people working with animals. This qualification is suitable for those who are interested in the animal industry, who already teach or who want to start teaching in animal education.
The qualification includes a blend of online theory and a practical 15-minute microteaching session.
The aim of this unit is to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills of an educator within the Canine and Feline teaching environment. Key learning on the teaching cycle, how to create an inclusive and safe learning environment for learners and how ground rules develop equality. You will understand how to assess the boundaries of an educator and how to reduce barriers to learning. What the key legislation linked to learners and animals are and the additional support required to manage learning effectively.
The aim of this unit is to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills of an educator within the Canine Feline teaching environment. Key learning will be on reflective practice and how this will help develop the educator to deliver effective teaching and learning. This unit will also develop knowledge when adaptions to learning need to be made and the reasons for these. The unit will also review what a risk is; risk management how and lessons learnt will support the educator when dealing with the canine and feline learning environment and a range of learners.
The aim of this unit is to provide the knowledge, understanding and skills of an educator within the Canine and Feline teaching environment. Key learning will be on how to plan for effective learning experiences, reflection on lessons learnt and how canine and feline considerations and safe
working practices are managed. The importance of constructive feedback, how to capture personal learning using a reflective model and canine and feline behaviour that can affect the learning outcomes.
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