Learning & Development

 

Enhancing the standards and status of Animal Technologists through continual learning and development

 

Education is a key role of the Institute. The IAT is recognised as an Awarding Body by Ofqual and offers qualifications that encourage animal technologists to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes so the highest standards of animal welfare and good science are maintained

Our Qualifications

The IAT offer qualifications covering basic husbandry in the Level 2 Diploma right through to Higher Education Degrees. Our qualifications are recognised on the national education frameworks governed by Ofqual

Apprenticeships

The IAT as the Awarding Body by Ofqual provides educational policies, procedures and associated resources and forms for both both learners and providers.

C.P.D.

The maintenance and continuous progression of relevant capability and competence.

 

CPD aims to raise professional standards by demonstrating that Animal Technicians are constantly seeking to improve performance and that investment in learning is an essential part of that commitment. Used appropriately, CPD will provide the Animal Technician with knowledge and skills that should be put into practice.

Find a Provider

A number of course providers are accredited by the IAT to run Levels 2 and 3 diploma qualifications.

 

Please contact the provider of your choice directly to obtain more information about the courses they offer and their fees.

Educational Resources

The IAT as the Awarding Body by Ofqual provides educational policies, procedures and associated resources and forms for both both learners and providers.

About Ofqual

The IAT is recognised as an Awarding Body by Ofqual and offers qualifications that encourage animal technologists to develop their knowledge, skills and attitudes so the highest standards of animal welfare and good science are maintained.

 

The Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) is the framework for creating and accrediting learning in England, Wales and Northern Ireland (Scotland had its own framework).

 

It ensures that qualifications are nationally and internationally recognised and can be compared along a set of common principles. In addition it enables employers to recognise the level of achievement and allows units gained by learners to be transferred to other relevant qualifications.

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