Animal Care & Horse Industry Courses
Animal Care and Horse Industry courses offer students a chance to explore their passions and learn how to provide valuable animal health care.
Are you a true animal lover? An animal care course can lead you to handle, train and care for animals anywhere. From the wild to the zoos, the horse industry to veterinary clinics, you're providing a valuable service in animal health care and earning a pathway to further study.
Popular courses in Animal Care and Horse Industry
Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing
Course code: ACM40412
This course will help you to develop the skills needed to perform veterinary nursing duties in a variety of workplace situations under minimal supervision. You'll learn to admission and discharge patients, office procedures, radiography, pathology, surgery, dental procedures, nursing animals and providing animal care advice to the public.
Certificate III in Animal Studies
Course code: ACM30110
Dreaming of a career where you can work with animals? The Certificate III in Captive Animals is the pathway to zoo keeping, or animal keeping in wildlife parks, aquariums and theme parks.
Certificate III in Captive Animals
Course code: ACM30310
The Certificate III in Captive Animals will teach you about the significance of animal conservation, and will ensure that you gain practical experience in rescuing animals. Career opportunities - keeper in the animal care industry.
Certificate III in Horse Industry Practice (Performance Horse)
Course code: 10229NAT
Do you love working with performance horses? Or considering a career as a Groomer or Strapper? The Certificate III in Horse Industry Practice (Performance Horse) will give you the skills to live that dream.
Why study an Animal care and Horse Industry course?
An animal care and horse industry course can lead to a number of job opportunities, from grooming show dogs to taming lions. Qualifications in animal care and horse industry can lead to a job as an animal trainer, zookeeper, veterinary nurse, wildlife carer or pet shop attendant. The average weekly salary for an animal trainer is $961. Whether you're just starting out in your animal care and horse industry career, want to gain more qualifications, add to your previous experience, or simply broaden your horizons, TAFE NSW offers a wide variety of courses at a number of levels to suit you. TAFE courses in the area include Veterinary Nursing, Aquaculture, Pet Grooming, Animal Studies, Captive Animals, Farriery and Intensive Foal Nursing.