8th May 2012, Horsham, West Sussex- Animal care courses has increased the chances of entering into the field of animal welfare and rescue. These courses also enable a person to get closer with his pets. However, if you want to adopt a career in animal care, you will have to earn a professional degree or diploma from a reputable institution. Asentia College offers level 4 BTEC animal healing diploma, an advanced course which helps in finding job opportunities at wildlife parks, vet clinics, sanctuaries, zoos, kennels, and pet shops. It helps the student to understand the fundamentals of complementary therapy, and take care of them in the most critical situations.
It is true that people have been keeping pets from ages, and many of them are still earning through livestock. During the earlier times, it was hard to heal the animals, and whenever they started showing the signs of aggression they were either abandoned, or killed. They were not aware of the scientific reasons behind the sudden change in behaviour and could not handle the situations in the right manner. However, the rise in literacy rate has helped the people to understand the needs of animals, and they have started taking care of their pets in a better way. Still, one has to take admission in animal healing diploma or degree to read and understand the anatomy, physiology, diversity and evolution, animal behaviour, animal management and nutrition, animal adaptations, and attend the practical healing sessions.
Asentia College allows the students to get theoretical knowledge of animal healing, and it works in collaboration with Plumpton College for providing practical training to the students. The syllabus is designed specifically to provide complete knowledge of the structural, functional and behavioural aspects of animal health care. The animal healing diploma is of 18 months duration, and the assessment of each student is done through written assignments and practical healing tests. When the students successfully complete their diploma course, they can leave the college premises as the animal caretakers and specialists in animal healing. They start responding to the injured abused and neglected animals sympathetically and help them to get over the distress with the suitable healing techniques.
Animal healing diploma helps the students to understand the nutritional and psychological needs of the animals. They also get accustomed with the right ways of grooming the animals, learn the scientific reasons behind their behavioural changes, and monitor their emotional as well as physical needs. They become proficient in taking overall care of the animals in the professional way. The details about animal healing diploma offered by Asentia College can be read at http://www.asentiaanimalhealing.co.uk/animal-healing-diploma.html
About the college:
Asentia College of Animal Healing offers animal courses and workshops, along with the professional animal diploma that is carried out in collaboration with the famous Plumpton College. The students are taught by the college teachers and guest lecturers during the theory classes, and they attend the practical sessions in the animal care unit of Plumpton College. Both the organisations work together for building a learned and well trained generation of animal healers, who are ready to enter into the professional life. The details regarding the diploma course is available at http://www.asentiaanimalhealing.co.uk/animal-healing-diploma.html
Emily Robinson (Principle)
14 Smugglers Way
Phone: 01403 732602, 07985 409119