Wiltshire - Pupils go wild for careers tips

7th May 2010 at 01:00

Pupils from across Wiltshire have been learning how to handle reptiles, such as this iguana, as part of careers taster sessions.

The "fur, feather, hoof and claw" course (pictured) also taught Year 10 and 11 students how to clean hooves and care for otters and birds.

It was held over two days at the Lackham site of Wiltshire College.

Other sessions across the county included hairdressing courses and experience of working in recording studios.

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