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  • Work-based Horticulture Apprenticeships - Wales

    Horticulture apprenticeships provide learners with skills in specialist areas of expertise. Areas include; landscaping; production horticulture; sports turf and golf greenkeeping; parks, gardens and green space. Whilst we do not offer a single point of registration for this framework we do offer

  • Work-based Animal Care (0067)

    Show that you have the skills to work effectively with animals with an award, certificate or diploma in Work-based Animal Care. These are flexible qualifications that cover the skills you need to work in animal welfare, zoos, wildlife establishments, dog grooming, pet care and retail, animal traini

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

  • Painting and Decorating (6707)

    This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of painting and decorating.

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

  • Technicals in Animal Care Management and Equine Care Management (0172)

    The Level 2 Technical Certificate in Animal Care is aimed at learners that are looking to start a career in the animal care industry. Learners could progress into employment, onto an Apprenticeship, or further their studies by taking other qualifications at Level 3. The Level 2 T

    Level 2 Level 3

  • Plastering (SCQF) (6808)

    This qualification is aimed at learners aged 16 and above who work or want to work in the construction industry and specialise in the area of painting and decorating.

    SCQF 4 SCQF 5 SCQF 6

  • Retrofit (7618)

    These qualifications are designed to be delivered as a stand-alone qualification, or run along side other programs of learning, for example a study program. 

    Level 2 Level 3

  • T Level Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care (8717)

    There are two pathways within the Agriculture, Environmental and Animal Care route: Agriculture, Land Management and Production Animal Care and Management  Each pathway includes the common core and a choice of core pathways and occupational specialisms. The common core element of the

    Level 3

  • T Level Technical Qualification in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control (8713)

    The T Level Technical Qualification in Engineering, Manufacturing, Processing and Control allows learners to gain an understanding of what is needed to work within the engineering industry.  Topics covered include processes of production and manufacturing, materials, specialist machinery,

    Level 3

  • Furniture, Furnishings and Wood Machining (5780)

    Focussing on the essential skills in the production of furniture and furnishings, these qualifications provide learners with all of the skills in order to gain employment in the furniture or furnishings industry. 

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

  • Pharmaceutical Science (5356)

    If you'd like to work in a pharmacy setting, perhaps in a chemist or hospital, these qualifications in Pharmaceutical Science can help you move forward in your career. To register as a pharmacy technician, as required by the General Pharmaceutical Council, you need the Level 3 Diploma in Pharmaceuti

    Level 3

  • Automotive Maintenance and Repair (4101)

    The NVQs allow you to prove that you have the skills to maintain and repair vehicles - from mechanical and electrical work, re-sprays, bodywork and tyre fitting, to getting stranded motorists back on the road again. These practical qualifications demonstrate your skills on the job, in your own w

    Level 1 Level 3

  • Livestock (0141)

    Prove your competence in handling medication for animals with the Awards in Veterinary Medicines. For the Level 2 qualification, you'll show you have the skills and knowledge to safely store, administer, dispose of and maintain veterinary medicines. At Level 3, you'll demonstrate your ability to pre

    Level 2

  • Level 2 Engineering Operative  (9325)

    The level 2 Engineering Operative Apprenticeship is designed for apprentices looking for a career in engineering operational roles. Engineering Operatives are involved primarily in the engineering procedures which are essential in assisting the engineering and manufacturing sector.  An Engineer

  • Work-based Agriculture (0066)

    Focussing upon the principles and practices of agriculture in a work-based setting, the learner will focus on areas of interest such as crop production, mixed farming, livestock production or poultry production, and can progress to a career within farming

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

  • Furniture and Furnishings (5782)

    These qualifications, which are assessed in the workplace,  are suitable for all learners within the furniture industry from restoring furniture, to designing upholstery or fitted kitchens, to managing furniture production a workshop.  On completion of any of these qualifications the learn

    Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

  • Skills for Working Life (4807)

    These qualifications will help you to develop the personal and work-related skills that could enable you to progress into further learning or supported employment, or enhance your independent living skills. You can also choose specialist units or develop the kind of skills and ability that are of in

    Entry 2 Entry 3

  • Construction Skills (SCQF) (6619)

    These qualifications provide the ideal introduction to the construction industry and cover essential skills in the following construction trades: bricklaying, carpentry and joinery, plastering, painting and decorating, construction operations, wall and floor tiling, electrical and plumbing.

    SCQF 3 SCQF 4

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