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By the end of the qualification, as a transporter you'll have been assessed on:

  • Fitness for travel
  • Means of transport
  • Use of its facilities
  • Loading unloading and handling
  • Watering and feeding intervals, journey times and rest periods
  • Space allowances and documentation.

If you work in a market and assembly centre you'll have been assessed on:

  • Fitness, handling, and separation.

The finer details

  • Our qualification is for attendants who handle animals on road journeys
  • You'll be assessed in all the regulatory and safety issues
  • The assessment involves two units
  • As a rough guide, your time commitment for these two units would be 38 learning hours
  • You'll need to pass a minimum of one unit specific to your work environment to successfully obtain the overall qualification
  • It will enable you to achieve, or work towards achieving, a national Level 2 qualification

Delivery method

Qualification

Recognised by

Lantra Awards

Who should attend?

This qualification has primarily been designed for you if you transport farm animals, horses or birds (domestic fowl, ducks, geese, turkeys, guinea fowl, quails, pheasants and partridges) on long road journeys of over 8 hours.

What will be covered?

By the end of the qualification, as a transporter you'll have been assessed on:

  • Fitness for travel
  • Means of transport
  • Use of its facilities
  • Loading unloading and handling
  • Watering and feeding intervals, journey times and rest periods
  • Space allowances and documentation.

If you work in a market and assembly centre you'll have been assessed on:

  • Fitness, handling, and separation.

Other areas of interest

  • Level 2 Award in Animal Transport by Road - Short Journey
  • Level 2 Award in Animal Transport by Road - Long Journey Drive 
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