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Overview of our new course for aspiring livestock auctioneers, developed with the Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers of Scotland the Livestock Auctioneers Association for England and Wales

Overview of our new course for aspiring livestock auctioneers, developed with the Institute of Auctioneers and Appraisers of Scotland the Livestock Auctioneers Association for England and Wales

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  • 1. Certificate of Higher Education: Livestock Market Operations and Management Charles Cowap & Mark Simcock March 2011
  • 2. About Harper Adams University College
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  • 5. Certificate Courses Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four Animal Welfare & Health in the Market Market Operational Management Livestock & Markets: supply chain relationships Law & Tax for the Auctioneer Valuation for the Auctioneer Work-Based Project Agricultural Policy Financial Analysis and Planning Agricultural Marketing Human Resourcing
  • 6. What you get:
    • After Two Years
      • UC Foundation Certificate in Professional Studies: Livestock Market Operations and Management
        • Associate Status + 5 years experience
    • After Four Years
      • CertHE in Professional Studies: Livestock Market Operations and Management
        • Fellow Status + 10 years experience
  • 7. Tuition
    • 2 x study weeks a year
      • January: w/c 10 January 2011
      • July: w/c 11 July
    • Private study and online activity
    • Locally organised learning activity, eg market, farm and abbatoir visits organised by local learning clusters
  • 8. Assessment
    • Work based reports
    • Examinations in July x 3
  • 9. LAA/IAAS Status
    • UC Foundation Certificate + 5 years: Associate Status
    • CertHE + 10 years: Fellowship Status
    • Recognition of UoC FdSc withdrawn from end of 2011
      • Arrangements for Credit Transfer to HAUC
      • See form for details and release of information
  • 10. Study resources
    • Intensive tuition weeks – see January programmes
    • Printed study material
    • Further references
    • Virtual Learning Environment: Moodle
    • Encouragement of social networking etc
  • 11. Costs
    • Course Fee: £4,000 for full CertHE
    • LAA and IAAS are currently offering to cover 50% for students from member companies joining course with their support
    • Domestic accommodation costs:
      • £50 per day/night: Dinner, B&B
  • 12. TRANSITIONAL ARRANGEMENTS
  • 13.
    • Recognition of existing UoC FdSc withdrawn December 2011
      • Students must complete FdSc by then, or
      • Transfer to new HAUC programmes
    • Arrangements to cover transfer of UoC credit to new programme
      • See form for initial information needed
    • Other opportunities for recognition of prior learning
  • 14. Transition: Current Students Syllabus Year Group Year One Year Two Year Three Year Four First Years (3)   Second Years (22)   Third Years    Fourth Years (15 in total, 3&4)    
  • 15. How to apply
    • Details to Rita Wilkinson:
      • [email_address]
    • Registration forms
    • Transfer details form
  • 16. The IAAS Pioneers: Jan 2011
  • 17. Questions and Discussion