IAT level 3 units

This unit is designed to give learners a broad knowledge of the moral and ethical implications of animal research and the ability to apply the main legislation controlling
the use of animals for scientific procedures and Good Laboratory Practice legislation.

This unit is designed to give learners a broad knowledge of the moral and ethical implications of animal research and the ability to apply the main legislation controlling
the use of animals for scientific procedures and Good Laboratory Practice legislation.

These units are designed to give learners a detailed and broad understanding of the husbandry routines and environmental conditions required to keep laboratory animals healthy and in appropriate conditions.

These units are designed to give learners a detailed and broad understanding of the husbandry routines and environmental conditions required to keep laboratory animals healthy and in appropriate conditions.

These units will allow you to develop and demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the techniques used to manage breeding programmes and manipulate the DNA of laboratory species.

This unit will allow you to develop and demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the scientific principles that underpin high standards of animal welfare and good science when carrying out scientific procedures.

This unit is designed to give learners a broad knowledge of the procedures used to transport animals, and the ability to apply the main legislation controlling the transportation of animals.

This unit develops the learner's knowledge and understanding of cell biology & genetics.

This unit gives a broad introduction in to comparative anatomy and physiology.