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Statement of Adherence and Compliance

 

General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR)

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will apply to our training company from May 25th, 2018. 

 

The GDPR replaces the current Data Protection Act and is regulated by the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The GDPR strengthens the rules around personal data and requires organisations to be more accountable and transparent.

Animal Biology and Care Education is registered with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) under Registration Number ZA325137. Click the button to view our registration or the link to the ICO.

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ABC Awards
UK Rural Skills

Tess B.Ed. VN

Tess is our internal verifier for the Animal nursing assistant courses

Alison VN

Alison supports the teaching and veterinary practice standards aspects of the animal nursing assistant courses. More info to follow........

Animal Biology and Care Ltd. is an approved centre for ABC Awards. Being a centre for a UK awarding body requires the applicant to show they have systems and policies is place that ensure they understand and put into action stringent criteria for course management. Animal Biology and Care Ltd. is approved to deliver by distance learning the ABC Awards Award and Certificate for Animal nursing assistants at level 2 study and level 3 learning from their unit bank in animal care.

We regard our centre approval by ABC Awards as the most important indicator of our course standards and learner experience.

Animal biology and care is now an approved provider #UKRSApproved with UK Rural Skills. This organisation accredits many of our courses by looking at their structure and assessment standards.UK Rural Skills (UKRS) is a not for profit company whose main purpose is to enrich rural communities by providing an accreditation and certification service through high quality, professionally delivered training, by our friendly, engaging members.

They operate as a membership organisation for providers of UKRS to access quality assured training. Our members are experienced in delivering training to rural communities across agriculture/horticulture/forestry industries throughout the UK.

What is Animal Education?

Animal Education is the name of the internet presence for Animal Biology and Care Education and for listing our courses.  We are an organisation that provides high-quality learning for those who are unable to attend college, university or night classes but want to improve their personal and/or professional standing. All courses revolve around animal welfare in all its aspects. Our education programme is produced, delivered and assessed by academics and education professionals with equivalent ethics toward providing an honest and true learning experience away from a standard college or school. See the final paragraph*.

 

With our accredited courses we offer an alternative pathway to demonstrating subject knowledge and understanding with the underpinning aim of providing the ability to apply both knowledge and understanding in real life.

BOGUS COURSES

*PLEASE be aware of distance learning companies who profess to delivering you a "real" qualification and even letters after your name (these are called post nominals). Some facts:

  1. Only nationally recognised bodies can award you post nominals - if a distance learning company says it's courses are regulated by another company or organisation, check it out! You my find that the regulatory company is the same as the distance learning company.

  2. If the company says you will get letters after your name, check it out. Just Google the letters - see what comes up. Then, type: "post nominals UK" into Google or other search engine.

  3. The same goes for saying they offer you a qualification and it's regulated check here: https://www.gov.uk/find-a-regulated-qualification

 

Ask us if a course you want to go for from a distance learning company is "real" in terms of being recognised nationally. Pat (the Director of AB&C Education) had experienced many times the misery of having to tell someone that their "qualification" was a con. Therefore, a big part of why Animal Biology and Care Education was set up was to do with bogus claims by distance learning companies saying they had the authority to sell full-blown qualifications and award letters after someone's name.

The Director (Pat) is a member of Royal Society of Biology CBiol MRSB