Is your passion captive animals? Are you working in zoo's? Turn your passion into a profession with the Certificate in Zoology.
Units of Study
Unit 1 - Communications Skills - This unit covers positive communication skills within the veterinary clinic
Unit 2 - Teamwork - This unit covers effective teamwork, network, different cultures, equal employment and workplace bullying and harassment.
Unit 3 - Workplace Health and Safety - This unit covers work health and safety of clients, employees, visitors, contractors, volunteers and suppliers
Unit 4 - Nature of Zoos - This unit covers the nature of zoos as a source of education and conservation.
Unit 5 - Nutritional Support - This unit covers the nutritional requirements and feeding preferences of animals within zoos
Unit 6 - Health Management - This unit covers health management measures required for a range of different captive zoo animals.
Unit 7 - Ethology - This unit covers appropriate ways to manage a range of different wild animals in zoos
Unit 8 - Mammal - This unit covers the distinguishing characteristics of all major groups of Mammals.
Unit 9 - Marsupials - This unit covers the distinguishing characteristics of animals in the order Marsupialia.
Unit 10 - Herpetology - This unit covers the nature and scope of reptiles.
Unit 11 - Ungulata - This unit covers the distinguishing characteristics of animals within the grand order Ungulata.
Unit 12 - Archonta - This unit covers the distinguishing characteristics of animals within the grand order Archonta.
Unit 13 - Primates - This unit covers the nature and scope of primates.
Unit 14 - Carnivore - This unit covers the characteristics, classification and significance of carnivorous animals to man, ecosystems, diet and environments.
Once course is complete
1 x Certificate In Zoology
1 x Course Transcript
Certificate In Zoology
Assessments - Exams
Access to a computer
Must be working in a zoo setting
"Zoology would have to be my ultimate favourite course.
You learn so many different animals and so many different ways that zoo's can run. It's also a challenge!" - Brooke