Distance Learning Courses from The Open College of Equine Studies

Distance Learning Courses from The Open College of Equine Studies

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Whether you are looking to start a new career, increase your experience within a current role or looking to gain knowledge as a new horse owner, The Open College of Equine Studies (TOCES) has a course to suit your needs.

TOCES is the world’s leading equine distance learning college for students both in the UK and internationally and is based in the heart of rural East Anglia near Newmarket, Suffolk. This location provides easy access to equine centres of excellence such as Rossdales Equine Hospital and The National Stud.

Courses run from a basic level 1 through to higher education level 6 and are open to students aged 14 upwards. Some courses can be studied by tutor supported e-learning 100% from home (distance learning) and some courses involve study week attendance to supplement the distance learning (blended learning).

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The list of courses on offer can be filtered by level and you can ask to write research paper for me. The foundation/novice courses are aimed at those with little or no experience of horses, the intermediate level courses are ideal for anyone looking to further their career with horses and advanced level courses are suitable for those aspiring to study a subject on depth and/or work within an equine profession write research paper for me.

Why Study with TOCES?

TOCES has an outstanding reputation and is associated with more world-renowned equine organisations than any other equine distance learning college. Every student has a dedicated course adviser who will make contact following enrolment.

The calibre of course tutors and lecturers is second to none with most tutors holding an Honours Degree, Masters Degree or a PhD in equine subjects.

Course material is delivered online, presented in a user friendly, easy to read, distance learning format consisting of textual information, interactive activities, pre-recorded webinars and videos, Test Your Knowledge quizzes and assignment guidance.

TOCES has its own virtual ‘Coffee Shop’ where students can upload posts and contact each other to share experiences.

Courses Available

There is a course available through TOCES to suit all levels from basic level through to degree level, whether you are a happy hacker or pony owning parent or are aspiring for a complete change of career, perhaps into veterinary nursing or equine therapeutics.

The veterinary nursing and physiotherapy courses delivered by TOCES are highly regarded within the industry, with the college having trained nurses from 70 practices from both the UK and overseas.

Veterinary Nursing and Physiotherapy courses are delivered by TOCES

Many students often already work in veterinary practice in administration or support roles and wish to train to further their career. The Level 3 Equine Veterinary Nursing programme works very well for busy practices, as students are able to continue in full-time employment while completing their studies through blended learning.

Veterinary nursing students are required to attend eight study weeks at the college to supplement their theoretical knowledge with clinical training and assessment.

Study weeks also form part of the syllabus for the equine physiotherapy and equine sports massage courses, where students gain hands-on experience and have their practical skills taught and assessed.

Although hard work, study weeks are also great fun and provide an opportunity to get to know other students on the same course.

A number of specialist short courses such as first aid or equine nutrition are ideal for those wanting to focus on a particular subject without committing to a full course.

TOCES offers students a great learning experience where they have access to full tutor and administrative support throughout their course, which has gained the college a reputation for having a friendly and personal approach with students.

TOCES courses are recognised by leading organisations and industry bodies, including the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), the Register for Animal Musculoskeletal Practitioners (RAMP), the British Horse Society (BHS), Lantra, City and Guilds (C & G), Pearson (Edexcel – BTEC) and the Accreditation Committee for Veterinary Nurse Education (ACOVENE).

To view the full range of courses available visit www.equinestudies.co.uk

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