Welcome to The Learning Curve's E-learning site.  Here you will find stand-alone, distance learning courses, supporting information for TLC courses, pre-reading that will help you on the day and revision quizzes.

PIL AB and Module K Additional Species: Dog is now available online.  No need to travel as all course material is here.  After successful completion of the end of course assessment you can choose whether you receive the certificate from the Royal Society of Biology or the Scottish Accreditation Board.  Email Info@LearningCurveDevelopment.co.uk to sign up.

If you having any issues accessing your course, please email E-learning@LearningCurveDevelopment.co.uk

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    Business as Usual!
    2020년 3월 23일, 월요일, 오전 5:47 에 The Learning Curve

    For anyone studying towards IAT Diplomas, taking a PIL AB: Dog course or making use of the pre-reading for Legislation, Ethics and PIL AB: Rodent and Rabbit on TLCs E-learning site, it's business as usual.  We are here to support you so please remember to email E-learning@LeatningCurveDevelopment.co.uk if you have any questions.

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    Animal Technology & Welfare Journal (on-line access)
    2020년 2월 17일, 월요일, 오후 8:40 에 The Learning Curve

    ATW The Official Publication of The Institute of Animal Technology (IAT) and European Federation of Animal Technologists (EFAT) is free and available to access by everyone. Reports and papers within the journal will be useful references for your assignments

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    Latest Non-technical Summaries Published
    2020년 2월 11일, 화요일, 오전 9:37 에 The Learning Curve

    These summaries outline which projects were granted under the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 during 2017.

    This may be of use to anyone completing the Level 3 Ethics assignment.


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    Weasels: Feisty and Fearless
    2019년 10월 26일, 토요일, 오후 8:05 에 The Learning Curve

    Ferrets are listed on Schedule 2 of ASPA.  Watch this great program about the mustlid family in the wild on BBC iPlayer.  In particular, how ferrets are able to stretch their spine in confined spaces yet lose virtually no speed