Computer aided design (CAD) is the use of computer software to create, modify, analyse, and optimise the design of a product. 2D CAD is the process of creating 2D drawings of objects using CAD software. The course is delivered in a blended learning format, which includes a combination of online learning and face-to-face workshops.
The animal care sector is developing rapidly into a service industry meeting the broad demands of the animal-owning and interested public. Animal care is worth £1 billion to the UK economy. This sector has 20,000 businesses, 78,000 employees and many volunteers. There are many different career paths and opportunities for those wishing to work in animal care, which range from working with small to large animals, and domesticated to exotic animals, in sub-sector areas such animal welfare, business, science and wildlife conservation.
Level 2 Applied Science (Double First Award) is an interesting, diverse and stimulating qualification in which you’ll learn about biology, chemistry and physics. You will develop your knowledge and practical skills in Applied Science – this can help you to thrive in your future studies or the world of work.
Level 2 Applied Science (Extended Certificate) delivered at the Hillsborough Campus is an interesting, diverse and stimulating course in which you’ll learn about biology, chemistry, physics and forensic science. You will develop your knowledge and practical skills in Applied Science – this can help you to thrive on future study programmes or in the world of work.
The Level 3 Applied Science Diploma is designed as a two-year, full-time qualification that meets entry requirements in its own right for learners who want to progress to higher education courses in the applied science sector before entering employment. The qualification carries UCAS Tariff points equivalent to 2 A Levels. The Applied Science covers many topics that are science based including laboratory work, medicine, forensics, environmental and the fundamental biological, chemical and physical sciences.