Questions and answers about your Diploma 7763 -03 Qualification, and other relative information. If you would like to chat about your individual needs or know more about registration or the qualification then Sara Hart LCGI is a qualification expert and will be able to provide comprehensive advice and support for you. You can telephone Sara, free on 0800 999 2066.
Q. I have completed my introductory Certificate and not gone on to complete my Diploma, can I still take my Diploma qualification?
A. Yes, if your City & Guilds registration is still valid, find out when you were registered and you have three years to complete from this date.
Q. My City & Guilds registration has just expired, can I still register with City & Guilds to take my Diploma 7763 -03?
A. Yes, you can register with us provided you do so by the beginning of August 2017. After this, the qualification is being withdrawn by City & Guilds. You can register for the 7763 - 02 Level 2 Introductory Certificate, the 7763 -03 level 3 Certificate and the 7763 -03 Level 3 Diploma.
Q. I have taken some of my practical exams for the Diploma but not all of them, can I still complete my Diploma qualification.
A.Yes, provided your City & Guilds registration is not about to expire and if so we can re register you by the beginning of August 2017. We can assist you to complete your Diploma and will have examinations held at our centre in October 2017 and November 2017, additional exams dates can be available can be taken subject to demand.
Q. I have studied for my Diploma but not taken any practical exams, can I still take them?
A. Yes, provided your registration is still active, if not we can re register you by the beginning of August 2017 and then we can support your training and you can take your exams with us later in the year.
Q. If the Diploma qualification is being phased out, what is the point of taking it?
A. City & Guilds have introduced a newer qualification that is longer and more in depth than the current 7763 - 03. This means that it is more expensive and takes longer to complete. The current qualification is still recognised as a high level qualification and will save you money while still allowing you to qualify. But don't hang about this opportunity is only available until the beginning August 2017.
Q. If I register with you for the Diploma qualification, how long do I have to complete the qualification?
A. You have three years from the date of your registration (must be registered by the beginning of August 2017) to complete your Diploma exams anywhere in the UK. So if you registered in July 2017 you will have until July 2020! If you would like to register with us, then we can train you and organise your examinations but you need to be completed by 1st March 2018.
Q. How much does it cost to register through us and what does this include?
A. To register or (re-register) through us costs £180 this covers your a student qualification handbook and examination guidelines, enrolment or re enrolment to City & Guilds, and the cost of four qualification certificates for when you are successful in achieving your qualification.
Q. Can I register with Canine Studies College even if I live miles away, I live in Scotland?
A. Yes, anybody can register through us regardless of where they live, this will enable them to take their course or exams at any time across the UK within three years.
Q. Can I study with you to take my Certificate or Diploma course?
A. Yes, you would be very welcome, we deliver exceptional courses and support for students. Sara Hart LCGI is a qualification expert and Lead Tutor in Grooming. Our students have achieved the Medal for Excellence for the last two years running.
Q. How much does it cost to train at the Canine Studies College?
A. We offer a five day Diploma course for £750 plus your registration fees, or we can offer a bespoke training package that meets your individual needs (following a supportive assessment) at £195 a day. We hope this provides opportunity for everybody to complete their exams before registration is withdrawn at the end of August 2017.
Q. What do I do if I want to register with Canine Studies College?
A. We try to make your registration process as simple as we can. In the first instance either call or email Sara Hart email@example.com or 0800 999 2066 and if she is teaching Sara will get back to you as quickly as she can. Alternatively you can contact Dean Hart CFBA AABP at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will organise the registration paperwork and method of payment with you.
Q. What do I do next if I want to train at Canine Studies College?
A.In the first instance either call or email Sara Hart email@example.com or 0800 999 2066 and if she is teaching Sara will get back to you as quickly as she can. Alternatively you can contact Dean Hart CFBA AABP at firstname.lastname@example.org and he will organise your course application form and discuss method of payment with you. or you can download and then complete and return a New Course Application Form to email@example.com by clicking on the link.