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Courses in Dinnington

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Animal Care

Studying Animal Care means you will gain a breadth of knowledge of different animal breeds and their biology, understand animal behaviour, health and welfare, and develop skills around their handling and care.

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Construction

Build your career in construction and learn a skilled trade with hands-on practical learning that will prepare you for the construction industry.

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Countryside Management and Horticulture

Countryside Management gives you skills for conservation, improving the environment and creating and maintaining heritage sites.

Horticulture provides skills in propagations, landscaping, machinery, plant science, pond installation, brickwork and paving.

Countryside Management and Horticulture at Dinnington Campus

Health and Social Care

We offer nationally recognised qualifications, which meet the needs of students, employers and the industry. Our excellent work placement opportunities provide first-hand experience of working in the sector.

Health and Social Care students

Maths and English

Our experienced staff will support you to build your knowledge in the best way suited to you.

You will develop the skills you need to feel confident, effective and independent in education, work and everyday life.

Study English and Maths at Dinnington Campus

Motor Vehicle

Our courses and apprenticeships provide the opportunity to work in purpose-built industry standard workshops, which operate as high quality learning facilities reflecting a real working environment.

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Science

Our Science courses will broaden your theoretical knowledge and enable you to apply theory to practice by undertaking experiments and practical activities.

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Foundation Learning

Our courses help students in the 14 to 25 age group with Special Education needs or who require/have received extra support with their education progress onto other courses, apprenticeships or jobs. It can also help them to build the skills they need to live independently away from home.

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Animal Care

Studying Animal Care means you will gain a breadth of knowledge of different animal breeds and their biology, understand animal behaviour, health and welfare, and develop skills around their handling and care.

Four meerkats sat under a lamp

Construction

Build your career in construction and learn a skilled trade with hands-on practical learning that will prepare you for the construction industry.

Image of a Construction student

Countryside Management and Horticulture

Countryside Management gives you skills for conservation, improving the environment and creating and maintaining heritage sites. Horticulture provides skills in propagations, landscaping, machinery, plant science, pond installation, brickwork and paving.

Countryside Management and Horticulture at Dinnington Campus

Health and Social Care

We offer nationally recognised qualifications, which meet the needs of students, employers and the industry. Our excellent work placement opportunities provide first-hand experience of working in the sector.

Health and Social Care students

Maths and English

Our experienced staff will support you to build your knowledge in the best way suited to you. You will develop the skills you need to feel confident, effective and independent in education, work and everyday life.

Study English and Maths at Dinnington Campus

Motor Vehicle

Our courses and apprenticeships provide the opportunity to work in purpose-built industry standard workshops, which operate as high quality learning facilities reflecting a real working environment.

Under the bonnet of a car

Science

Our Science courses will broaden your theoretical knowledge and enable you to apply theory to practice by undertaking experiments and practical activities.

Image of a Science student holding up a model

Foundation Learning

Our courses help students in the 14 to 25 age group with Special Education needs or who require/have received extra support with their education progress onto other courses, apprenticeships or jobs. It can also help them to build the skills they need to live independently away from home.

Three Foundation Learning students sat at a table

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