This new fishery management programme is designed to provide you with appropriate practical and theoretical knowledge to progress your career in the areas of fishery management.
You’ll get to experience how lakes and rivers are managed. Plus you’ll back up your practical sessions with theory during your classroom sessions. You’ll get to discover the importance of plant life to aquatic ecosystems.
These are a suite of level 3 qualifications which can be studied in a variety of combinations to allow flexibility and to help you to develop your practical fishery management skills.
Level 3 Advanced Technical Certificate in Land and Wildlife Management (Fisheries) (360)
Level 3 Advanced Technical Diploma in Land and Wildlife Management (Fisheries) (1080)
You will use the extensive facilities on the College estate and local areas to create and manage still water fisheries, habitat management as well as develop your own Coarse, Game and Sea Angling techniques.
Extensive work placement activities will involve working with industry groups such as the Wild Trout Trust and Environment Agency.
- Advanced Technical Certificate/Extended Diploma in Land and Wildlife Management (Fisheries)
- Plumpton College Certificate
- Additional work related qualifications
- College award, Functional Skills or GCSEs in English and Maths
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Mature students without the above requirements will be considered
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3 days per week
I've really enjoyed all the practical activities that we got to do like habitat management, reed pulling and seine netting, plus I've also had the chance to go on lots of fishing trips.
After completing your course, you’ll have the skills to find employment in a role such as:
- Environment Agency
- Fishery manager/bailiff
- Working on a fish farm
- Fishing tackle industry (shop owner)
- Building/designing ornamental fish ponds
- Degree courses in Fish Biology, Fishery Management, Fish Husbandry
Students may progress in to employment or enter Higher Education at Foundation Degree level.
Health and Safety
This unit aims to provide you with an understanding of the principles of health and safety and how these can be applied in practice within the land-based or related industries.
The aim of the unit is to give you the skills needed to identify, participate in and review work experience in the environmental and land-based sector.
This unit aims to provide you with an understanding of the principles of land based machinery operations and how these can be applied in practice.
Population surveys, ecology and conservation
This unit aims to provide you with an understanding of the principles of ecology and conservation and how these can be applied in practice within the land-based sector.
The purpose of this unit is for you to acquire the skills and knowledge used in countryside recreation provision, and how these can be applied in practice.
The purpose of this unit is to introduce you to common estate skills and knowledge and how these can be applied in practice.
This unit aims to introduce you to fishery skills and management and how these can be applied in practice.
Cyprinid fish are farmed on a large scale worldwide not only for food but also for the coldwater ornamental fish industry (such as koi and goldfish) and as an increasingly important element in the development of sports fisheries.
River Fishery Creation
This unit allows you to study river habitats and relate this to how they can be managed sustainably for anglers, taking into account the important needs of the environment and other users.
Stillwater Fishery Creation
This allows you to study various characteristics of stillwaters, enabling you to understand and how to plan, create and manage fisheries to meet the requirements of the anglers and the fish.
Freshwater and Wetland Management
In this unit you will investigate the full range of fresh water habitats found in the UK (lentic, lotic and wetland) and their ecology.
The purpose of this unit is for you to understand where life exists, and the consequent land usage, dependent on the geology, climate and water availability.
This unit aims to introduce you to skills and knowledge associated with water quality and how these can be applied in practice.
For a range of diseases causes both pathogenic (viruses, bacteria, fungi and parasites) and non-pathogenic (genetic, nutritional and environmental), you will be able to describe the biology, aetiology and possible symptoms of a disease outbreak. You will then go on to investigate treatment and, more importantly, preventative measures that can be used to mitigate against the development of diseases. You will also understand the legal implications of fish diseases and their statutory responsibilities for maintaining fish health and welfare.
You will understand the anatomy and physiology of fish and how an understanding of behaviour can be applied to fish management and the feeding and nutritional requirements of fish.
Warmwater and marine aquaculture
Warmwater and marine aquaculture is an essential part of food production worldwide and is a growing sector of fish production.
The purpose of this unit is for you to gain an understanding of the principles of undertaking a specialist project and how this can be put into practice.
The purpose of this unit is for you to understand the key ideas and principles of aquatic ecosystems and how understanding these principles is essential in their practical management and protection.
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