BTECs give students the skills they need to either move on to higher education or go straight into employment. BTEC qualifications can be taken as well as, or in place of, traditional academic curriculum in schools and colleges. They are valued by colleges, universities, employers and professional bodies and recognised throughout 85 countries worldwide.
The BTEC Training Poultry Production is designed for those who wish to become managers or employees at a modern poultry farm as well as those who want to start their own farm. Students will normally spend four days a week at college, the fifth and sixth day are used to gain work experience.
If desired, students can go on from this course to the BTEC Level 4 and 5 courses (Bachelor level), which are offered at numerous universities worldwide.
This training is organised by Groenhorst in cooperation with educational partners (worldwide). For more information contact Harm Holleman (Aeres TVET).