The course is aimed at students wishing to complete the final year of the RCVS Veterinary Nursing course in order to become a qualified veterinary nurse. Suitable for: The course is aimed at students wishing to complete the final year of the RCVS Veterinary Nursing course in order to become a qualified veterinary nurse.
Available for those holding the Level 2 qualification; online with blocks of attendance at The NHC-Thurso.
VRQ/NVQ LEVEL 2
Laboratory Diagnostic Aids. Fluid Therapy. Anaesthesia. Exotics. Medical Nursing. Diagnostic Imaging. General Surgical Nursing. Theatre Practice
Candidates will need to achieve Level 1 and 2 to qualify as a Veterinary Nurse.
Block release: 3 x 2 week blocks + 1 week, 7 weeks in total per year. Day release: 1 day per week over 2 years, 36 weeks per year. Revision and mock examinations.
This course is suitable for anyone who wishes to qualify as a Veterinary Nurse while in the work place. To complete the programme you will need to be working in a veterinary practice that has met the standards set by the awarding body (Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons). These are known as training practices. Suitable for: This course is...
A work based qualification, online, which requires blocks of study at The NHC-Thurso
This course provides background theory to compliment the practical experience gained in the practice, in order to prepare students for examination.
VRQ/NVQ LEVEL 3
Anatomy, Physiology & Genetics. General Veterinary Nursing. Human and Animal First Aid. Basic Animal Management. Pharmacology. Kennel and Cattery Management. Obstetrics and Paediatrics. Nutrition
Successful completion of this course offers a full qualification as a Veterinary Nurse.
This new, innovative and dynamic diploma course, running in conjunction with the Department of Nursing at the University of Central Lancashire and validated by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons is accessible, flexible, progressive and professionally recordable and will fill a niche in veterinary nursing education provision. It has been...
To provide natural support for animals in distress and knowledge about animal behaviour and healthcare so you can provide a healthy environment in which animals can thrive. Suitable for: Anyone who is interested in natural healing for animals and caring for animals.