City & Guilds Pet Store Management Workbook 7762 (7762)

Pet Store Management


Description

If you have a career or thinking about a career working or selling pets, this qualification meets the criteria from Local Authorities when issuing pet shop licences.
"New applicants must have a qualification or be registered with a recognised body such
as City & Guilds. They must have suitably progressed in 12 months and have completed the qualification within 2 years. Qualifications should be City & Guilds or Level 3 equivalent and appropriate to the species kept"

City & Guilds Pet Store Management level 3 qualification Level 3 is a suitable qualification if you work with minimum supervision and want to ensure that you have a good record of safety, fault correction and that your work meets the required standard.

This workbook is designed to support you through your assessments. You will be assigned a personal tutor to help you during the course.
Please contact education@petfederation.co.uk to start this process, thank you

If you are a Pet Industry Federation member, please contact us on 01234 273933 (office hours) to obtain your 20% price discount code for this course.

Content
  • Induction
  • Introduction
  • Equal Opportunities
  • Data Protection Notice
  • Quality Assurnace Complaints & Appeals Procedures
  • Plagiarism Statement
  • Learner Contract
  • Tutor details
  • Course Guidance
  • Qualification Handbook
  • Learner Declaration form
  • Unit 1, Section 1 - Health & Hygiene
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 1
  • 1.1 Explain the differences between classes of animals
  • 1.2 Decribe how to perform a health check
  • 1.3 Define the term disease
  • 1.4 Outline the principles of caring for unwell or sick animals
  • 1.5 Explain health and hygiene routines & preventative treatments for animals
  • 1.6 / 1.7 - Parasites
  • 1.8 Explain the principles of the nutritional requirements of animals
  • 1.9 Explain stocking densities & where information relating to this may be found
  • Unit 1, Section 1 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 2 - Rabbits
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 2
  • 2.1 Outline biological data for rabbits
  • 2.2 Identify breeds within a species
  • 2.3 Outline husbandry techniques for rabbits
  • 2.4 Identify sources of supply of rabbits
  • 2.5 Describe selling procedures for rabbits
  • 2.6 Identify the equipment and accessories recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 2 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 3 - Guinea Pigs
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 3
  • 3.1 Outline biological data for guinea pigs
  • 3.2 Identify common breeds of Guinea Pigs
  • 3.3 Outline husbandry techniques for guinea pigs
  • 3.4 Identify sources of supply of guinea pigs
  • 3.5 Describe selling procedures for guinea pigs
  • 3.6 Identify the equipment and accessories recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 3 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 4 - Rats
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 4
  • 4.1 Outline biological data for rats
  • 4.2 Identify breeds within a species
  • 4.3 Outline husbandry techniques for rats
  • 4.4 Identify sources of supply of rats
  • 4.5 Describe selling and breeding of rats
  • 4.6 Identify the equipment and accessories recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 4 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 5 - Mice
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 5
  • 5.1 Outline biological data for mice
  • 5.2 Identify common breeds/varieties of mice
  • 5.3 Outline husbandry for mice
  • 5.4 Identify sources of supply of mice
  • 5.5 Describe selling and breeding of mice
  • 5.6 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 5 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 6 - Gerbils
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 6
  • 6.1 Outline biological data for gerbils
  • 6.2 Identify breeds/species of gerbils
  • 6.3 Outline husbandry for gerbils
  • 6.4 Identify sources of supply of gerbils
  • 6.5 Describe selling and breeding of gerbils
  • 6.6 Review the equipment, accessories and techniques required for gerbils
  • Unit 1, Section 6 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 7 - Hamsters
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 7
  • 7.1 Outline biological data for hamsters
  • 7.2 Identify breeds/ varieties of hamsters
  • 7.3 Outline husbandry for hamsters
  • 7.4 Identify sources of supply of hamsters
  • 7.5 Describe selling and breeding of hamsters
  • 7.6 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 7 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Sector 8 - Chinchilla
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 8
  • 8.1 Outline biological data for Chinchillas
  • 8.2 Identify breeds within a species
  • 8.3 Outline husbandry techniques for chinchillas
  • 8.4 Identify sources of supply of chinchillas
  • 8.5 Describe selling procedures for chinchillas
  • 8.6 Identify the equipment and accessories recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 8 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 9 - Degus
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 9
  • 9.1 Outline biological data for degus
  • 9.2 Identify breeds /varieties of degus
  • 9.3 Outline husbandry for degus
  • 9.4 Identify sources of supply of degus
  • 9.5 Describe selling and breeding of for degus
  • 9.6 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 9 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 10 - Chipmunks
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 10
  • 10.1 Outline biological data for chipmunks
  • 10.2 Identify common breeds / varieties of chipmunks
  • 10.3 Outline husbandry for chipmunks
  • 10.4 Identify sources of supply of chipmunks
  • 10.5 Describe selling and breeding of chipmunks
  • 10.6 Review the equipment and accessories required for the keeping
  • Unit 1, Section 10 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 11 - Ferrets
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 11
  • 11.1 Outline biological data for ferrets
  • 11.2 Identify breeds within a species
  • 11.3 Outline husbandry techniques for ferrets
  • 11.4 Identify sources of supply of ferrets
  • 11.5 Describe selling and breeding of ferrets
  • 11.6 Review the equipment, accessories and techniques
  • Unit 1, Section 11 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 12 - Dogs
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 12
  • 12.1 Outline biological data for dogs
  • 12.2 Identify common breeds/ varieties of dogs
  • 12.3 Outline husbandry for dogs and puppies
  • 12.4 Identify sources of supply, breeding and selling dogs and puppies
  • 12.5 Review the equipment and accessories required for the keeping and wellbeing
  • Unit 1, Section 12 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 13 - Cats
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 13
  • 13.1 Outline biological data for cats and kittens
  • 13.2 Identify common breeds/ varieties of cats
  • 13.3 Outline husbandry of cats and kittens
  • 13.4 Identify sources of supply, breeding and selling of cats and kittens
  • 13.5 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques
  • Unit 1, Section 13 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 14 - Retiles & Amphibians
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 14
  • 14.1 / 14.2 - Reptile & Amphibian Species
  • 14.3 Outline husbandry for reptile and amphibian species
  • 14.4 Identify sources of supply for reptile and amphibian
  • 14.5 Describe selling of reptiles and amphibians
  • 14.6 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques recommended
  • Unit 1, Section 14 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 15 - Aquatics
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 15
  • 15.1 Outline biological data and common species of ornamental fish
  • 15.2 Outline the husbandry for common ornamental fish
  • 15.3 Identify sources of supply of common ornamental fish
  • 15.4 Describe selling procedures for common ornamental fish
  • 15.5 Identify the equipment, accessories and techniques
  • Unit 1, Section 15 - Quiz
  • Unit 1, Section 16 - Birds
  • Introduction of Unit 1, Section 16
  • 16.1 Outline biological data for range of species of common pet and aviary birds
  • 16.2 Identify common varieties of pet and aviary birds
  • 16.3 Outline husbandry for common pet and aviary birds
  • 16.4 Identify sources of supply for common pet and aviary birds
  • 16.5 & 16.6 - Selling & Equipment
  • Unit 1, Section 16 - Quiz
  • Unit 2, Section 1 - Legislation
  • Introduction of Unit 2, Section 1
  • 2.1 Outline legislation relating to companion animals
  • 2.2 Outline legislation relating to the workplace
  • 2.3 Outline legislation relating to retailers and consumers
  • Unit 2, Section 1 - Quiz
  • Unit 2, Section 2 - Pet Shop Management
  • Introduction of Unit 2, Section 2
  • 2.1 Evaluate store location, design and layout.
  • 2.2 Outline the financial procedures and systems
  • 2.3 Describe the principles of stock control
  • 2.4 Describe the principles of staff employment and training
  • 2.5 Describe emergency procedures in relation to the Pet Store Environment
  • 2.6 Outline the principles of good customer care
  • 2.7 Outline Pet Store Licensing
  • Unit 2, Section 2 - Quiz
Completion rules
  • You must complete 50.00% of the content
  • Leads to a certification with a duration: Forever