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All NPTC Livestock qualifications assess the candidate’s ability to operate according to the Animal Welfare codes and requirements including the “5 freedoms” which all animals must be given.

Safe Use of Veterinary Medicines

Support for this qualification is given by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate.

This is a practical assessment of the skills needed to administer different types of veterinary medicines to animals – oral, topical and subcutaneous treatments. It includes storing and transporting medicines, disposing of unwanted supplies, recognising signs of ill health and the relevant records that are kept. Certificates are endorsed according to the species of animal for which the candidate is assessed, including farm and domestic animals.

Planning and Supervising the Safe Use of Veterinary Medicines

Building on the above qualification this involves the preparation and implementation of an animal health management plan, covering the planning and control and risk assessment of the tasks undertaken. Certificates are endorsed according to the species of animal on which the candidate is assessed.

Safe Use of Sheep Dips

As required by law under the Medicines (Exemptions for Merchants in Veterinary Drugs) Order 1998 for the purchase of sheep dip products. Basic mandatory parts are an initial practical (oral) assessment in the vicinity of a sheep dip bath and a multiple choice test* covering aspects of safe practice and legislation relating to administering, preparing the dip bath, required dimensions of bath and disposal of used dip.

*There is also an optional practical unit which assesses the actual sheep dipping operation.

Transport of Animals by Road

A Certificate of Competence is required for all drivers or attendants responsible for transporting farmed animals, horses or poultry over 65 km.

There are two qualifications:-

Certificate of Competence in the Transport of Animals by Road - for those transporting animals on short journeys over 65 km and under 8 hours.

NPTC Certificate of Competence in the Long Distance Transport of Animals – for those transporting animals on journeys over 8 hours or outside the UK.

Basic Stockmanship and Welfare

A practical assessment covering routine stockmanship duties relevant to all livestock. The certificate acts as a pre-requisite to other livestock husbandry qualifications:-

Milking and Dairy Hygiene

Livestock Husbandry

Pig Husbandry Skills

Pig Unit Supervision and Operation

Chain Saws