Level one courses are suitable for learners with no prior experience in the thoroughbred/equine industry. These courses will provide basic information on the subject and can be useful to study as a foundation before commencing courses at level two and upwards.
Likely Level one student profiles: Under 18’s, equine enthusiasts keen to learn about the thoroughbred industry, parents/friends of those working in the industry, first-time owners/breeders.
Level two courses are aimed at learners with some prior experience in the thoroughbred/equine industry that want to build on their knowledge and understanding of certain topics. Again, level two courses provide a good level of explanation and can be relevant to view before progressing to level three and four courses.
Likely Level two student profiles: Equine students/graduates, industry employees, owners/breeders.
Level three courses are suitable for learners with prior experience in the thoroughbred industry that want to expand on knowledge relating to specific topics. Less explanation is provided at level 3 and some industry terminology is included.
Likely Level three student profiles: Equine graduates, industry employees, owners/breeders, managers.
Level four courses are aimed at learners with a high level of knowledge in the thoroughbred industry. Level four courses are aimed at breeders, managers and anyone with a significant level of industry experience. Learners are encouraged to attempt learning at preceding levels before embarking on level four courses if they are unsure.
Likely Level four student profiles: Senior level industry employees e.g. managers and assistant managers, owners/breeders.