This unique programme provides a career path for those with a degree in equine science to become a professional animal manipulator. It offers a mix of academic knowledge and practical hands-on skills in equine and canine massage - from which you can start to build an animal therapy business. It is also an entry route into the MSc Animal Manipulation programme that will train you in animal manipulation using chiropractic techniques.
The overall aim of this programme is to provide those with a non-manipulative background the requisite skills to enter the MSc in Animal Manipulation. Specifically, it aims to introduce:
Animal sciences, including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics An understanding of the philosophy and history of the profession A range of training exercises relevant to future adjusting skills Palpation skills Massage skills Animal handling skills Professional skills Business skills By the end of this programme, students will be able to demonstrate basic competency in relevant palpation, psychomotor and communication skills, as well as an understanding of the history and philosophy of the profession, and the business and professional skills necessary to start their career in animal therapy.
On satisfactory completion of this programme, students will have the skills to start their own animal therapy business and be eligible to enroll on the MSc Animal Manipulation programme.
The programme is open to applicants meeting the following criteria (pathway specific):- A member of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons; OR- An honours degree in Animal Health or Equine Science or other University-level degrees where the Programme Leader is satisfied that the animal experience of the applicant is sufficient to successfully complete the programmeStudents who do not hold an animal science degree but have degree level qualifications and significant animal experience may apply for this programme under the Assessment of Prior Experiential Learning (APEL) system
Recipient: BPP University
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