I'm 15, year 11, doing GCSE'S.
I want to be a veterinary nurse.
I know I need GCSE'S of a A*-C, but I dont know what to do after that.
On this website (link below) it says I have to do an apprentice ship. Do I do that when I leave high school and how do I get one?
I was going to study chemistry biology (and maths OR physics) in a normal college but this website says otherwise about ''work-based training'' WHAT!?
I'm VERY confused :c
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- 19-10-2015 21:54
- 19-10-2015 22:03
Hi, you would do an apprenticeship after you finish year 11. Alternatively, if you want to go to college that's absolutely fine because you can study the subjects you want and complete relevant work experience (as it says on the website) at the same time. I think this would be the better option because it would give you the chance to study more than one subject (whereas an apprenticeship just leads you down one route), and broaden your skills ready for when you train to become a veterinary nurse. Studying a variety of subjects at college is also good because you might change your mind about what you want to do the future - you never know!