By Susan Hodgson
For an individual beginning their occupation, or altering jobs, "The A-Z of Careers and Jobs" is a goldmine of hugely proper info on modern profession possibilities. over three hundred occupations, the e-book not just tells you in regards to the jobs on hand but additionally describes the abilities employers are trying to find and the kind of skills and coaching you want to achieve your selected occupation course. Editor Susan Hodgson, previously head of careers carrier at London South financial institution college, presents a number of history element together with region details, priceless web content for extra study, info on beginning salaries and worthy touch info. She guarantees that the publication offers in a single resource the entire info you want to make an educated profession selection. released in organization with the "Times", and now in its fifteenth version, "The A-Z of Careers and Jobs" is the reference resource of selection for somebody who's beginning out on - or trying to switch - their profession.
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Qualifications and Training To take the British Horse Society’s Assistant Instructor certificate, candidates must be members of the society, and if under 18, have four GCSEs, one of which should be English. On completion of Stages 1, 2 and 3, the Preliminary Teaching Test, an approved first aid certificate and 500 hours of teaching experience, they are awarded the Assistant Instructor’s certificate. There are several methods of training: at a riding school, paying fees for instruction, board and lodging – the courses can be as short as three months or as long as a year, depending on the type of course; or as a BHS Apprentice at a BHS approved riding centre, doing stable work while receiving instruction.
You can then apply to the Horseracing Regulatory Authority for a licence to ride. Personal Qualities and Skills You must have a love of horses as well as of riding, since in your early days you will be involved in a lot of horse care and for good riding you need to be able to build up a real bond with your animals. You must be confident, physically brave, determined and able to cope with disappointment, and good at dealing with people as well as with horses. Animals 27 Salaries As a stable hand you earn around £8,000 and if you decide to become a groom rather than a jockey your earnings rise to between £10,000 and £15,000.
The pay structure is based on skills and responsibilities attached to each job. Here is a general guide. An ambulance care assistant working in the NHS earns from £12,900 to just under £17,000. A paramedic earns between £19,200 and £26,000 a year. A fully qualified ambulance technician earns around £20,000 a year. Many ambulance jobs also attract antisocial working hours payments. There are additional allowances paid for working in Inner London, Outer London and the fringes of London. uk ANIMALS (see also Veterinary Science and Zoology) There is a wide range of occupations that involve working with animals.
A-Z of Careers and Jobs by Susan Hodgson