uni sa vet courses 2024-2025

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uni sa vet courses 2024-2025

uni sa vet courses 2024-2025

uni sa vet courses 2024-2025

Learn more about unisa vet courses 2024-2025 from this page.

Veterinary Public Health – VPH3601
Diploma,Under Graduate Degree Semester module NQF level: 6 Credits: 12
Module presented in English
Co-requisite: AND2601, AND2602, AND3701 & AND3702
The learners who are proficient in this grade will have a general awareness of the role of meat inspection and hygiene in red meat abattoirs: The learner will be considered competent in the following aspects of meat inspection and hygiene in the red meat abattoir upon completion of the module: abattoir hygiene; abattoir layout and the slaughter process; safety aspects; quality control system and record keeping; disposal of condemned or inedible products; meat inspection. Poultry anatomy and physiology; poultry illnesses and pathology; and poultry meat inspection and abattoir hygiene: Ostrich anatomy and physiology; ostrich illnesses and pathology; ostrich meat inspection VPH and secondary food items from the red meat and poultry industries:  Principles of dairy product manufacturing; dairy product quality control; egg production principles; egg quality control

Diploma in Animal Health

Qualification code: 98026
NQF level: 6
Total credits: 360
SAQA ID: 101065
APS/AS: 18
Rules:
The SAVC has approved the Diploma in Animal Health for registration. Each student must register with the South African Veterinary Council (SAVC) the first time they enroll for ANH3604/ANH3605 and keep the registration current throughout the course. The necessary form can be found on the SAVC website (http://www.savc.org.za). The paperwork must be filled out by the student and stamped by Unisa at ANY UNISA CENTRE. To finish the registration process, the student should contact the SAVC at Tel: 012 345-6347/6360: fax: 012 345-6369. No student may continue with their work-integrated learning (WIL) unless they have registered with the SAVC. Practical experience is required as part of this qualification. As a result, no student will be allowed to graduate until they have completed all of the practical modules.

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