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1 INTRODUCTION TO VETERINARY NURSING Level 2 Diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants Certificate for Veterinary Practice Receptionists Level 3 Diploma in Advanced Apprenticeship in FdSc BSc (Hons) BSc (Hons) Top-Up A veterinary nurse is a valuable member of the veterinary team. Their role is to provide nursing care to animals within the veterinary practice. Tasks are wide and varied and, although at times hard work, the job is very rewarding. The day-to-day challenges are always different making the job very interesting. Tasks that veterinary nurses may be called on to perform (under veterinary direction and/or supervision) include: Maintaining anaesthesia and performing minor surgical procedures Nursing sick animals and administering medication Taking x-rays and carrying out diagnostic tests Advising and educating owners on the health and welfare of their pets Cleaning animal accommodation How do I become a veterinary nurse? There are several routes to becoming a qualified veterinary nurse; either by vocational training alongside employment, full-time training or higher education. We offer all of these choices. 28 Tel:

2 Vocational Training (Advanced Apprenticeship in ) - This is the more traditional route of training. To start this training, you must be employed in a veterinary practice which is approved to train veterinary nurses, either a Training and Assessment Practice (TP) or an Auxiliary Training and Assessment Practice (atp). You will be released from work to attend College for one or two days per week. You will also be required to spend several hours on private study each week. It takes between two and three years to qualify if you are working full-time. Full-Time Training (Level 3 Diploma in ) If you are not employed in a veterinary practice, you may consider this full-time, veterinary nursing programme run over a period of two years. You will spend periods of time in the classroom and periods of time on work placement in approved veterinary practices. Higher Education Training For those who would like to study at higher education level, we offer a Foundation Degree and BSc (Hons) Degree in. These take a minimum of three and four years respectively and consist of both classroom tuition and work placements in RCVS approved practices. You may also have the opportunity to study other modules such as marketing or alternative therapies alongside the core veterinary nursing subjects, as part of your degree. What are the entry requirements to begin training as a veterinary nurse? To start training as a veterinary nurse you must have a minimum of 5 GCSEs at Grade C or above including English Language, Maths and a Science subject. If you do not have these, you may choose to undertake the Level 2 Diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants course, see pages 30-31, successful completion of this, along with Key Skills or Functional Skills in English and Maths at level 2, will allow you to enrol without GCSEs. Other equivalent or foreign qualifications may be acceptable, please contact us for advice. Higher Education training requires additional qualifications, please see pages What opportunities are there once I ve qualified? Once qualified you will be eligible to join the RCVS Register of Veterinary Nurses. Entry in the register will allow you, by law, to practise as a veterinary nurse under veterinary direction. Some veterinary nurses choose to remain in general practice, others use their qualification to develop their career into other related areas such as academia, research or the pharmaceutical industry as a sales representative. Your employment prospects will be excellent as there is a nationwide shortage of veterinary nurses. Veterinary nurses help to provide nursing care to animals within the veterinary practice and are a valuable and respected member of the veterinary team. Tel:

3 LEVEL 2 DIPLOMA FOR VETERINARY CARE ASSISTANTS KEY FACTS Attendance This programme is delivered on a distance learning basis and therefore attendance at college is not required. You will be supported by a college-based distance learning tutor and a workbased practice mentor. Materials are supplied via the College s online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Printed materials can be supplied at an additional charge if preferred. Duration Approximately one year. You may start this course any time during the year. Location You may be located anywhere in the world subject to local veterinary legislation. Entry Requirements There are no formal academic entry requirements. You must, however, be employed in, or gaining real work experience within, a suitable veterinary care environment. This may be parttime and does not need to be a Training Practice approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). You must complete 600 hours of paid or voluntary work to achieve the award. Funding Support Funding support may be available for eligible students in England. Please contact us for further details. 30 Tel:

4 The Level 2 Diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants (VCA) is a level 2 programme awarded by City & Guilds and is a nationally recognised qualification in its own right. It is aimed at those working as veterinary care assistants tasked with providing basic veterinary care to animals and looking for a qualification to improve and update their skills. It may also be taken by those wishing to become veterinary nurses but not currently meeting the academic entry requirements to enrol as a student veterinary nurse with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). The VCA is equivalent to 3 GCSEs grade C or above including science. Course Content The award is divided into three units: Unit Principles and Practices of Animal Handling and Care in the Veterinary Environment Unit Principles and Practices of Assisting with Veterinary Care in the Veterinary Environment Unit Principles and Practices of Administrative Duties in the Veterinary Care Environment Functional Skills Functional skills are available at the College but cannot be completed via distance learning and incur an additional charge. You may prefer to use an alternative provider such as your local Adult Community College. Assessment Assessment is via written and practical unit assignments. There are no external exams. Progression and Career Opportunities Successful completion of this course along with Key Skills/Functional Skills level 2 in English and Maths, or GCSEs A*-C in English Language and Maths, will allow students to progress onto the Level 3 Diploma in or Advanced Apprenticeship in, see pages The Veterinary Care Assistants course is a good introduction into the basic skills needed when starting a career in veterinary nursing. The modules are easy to follow and with the continual support from the college staff and your own mentor, can be completed whilst still working full-time in a veterinary practice. I was very pleased with how much I learnt whilst doing the course and the practical experience was invaluable. Sophie Richardson, National Certificate for Veterinary Care Assistants Tel:

5 CERTIFICATE FOR VETERINARY PRACTICE RECEPTIONISTS KEY FACTS Attendance This is a distance learning programme and therefore attendance at college is not required for tuition. You will be supported by a college-based distance learning tutor and a work-based practice mentor. Attendance at one of our centres for the end of unit on-line exam will be required. It may be possible to arrange for this to be taken at an exam centre local to you. Duration Approximately six months. You may start this course any time in the year. Location You may be located anywhere in the UK or overseas. Entry Requirements There are no formal academic entry requirements for undertaking this programme. You must, however, be either employed in, or gaining real work experience within, a suitable veterinary care environment in a receptionist role. This may be part-time. You must complete 200 hours of paid or voluntary work to achieve the award. Funding Support Unfortunately no funding support is currently available. 32 Tel:

6 The Level 2 Certificate for Veterinary Practice Receptionists (CVPR) qualification is available as a distance learning programme and can be started at any time during the year. Awarded by City & Guilds, it is designed for those working as a receptionist in a veterinary practice environment who are looking for a formal qualification to support and improve their knowledge and skills. Course Content The award is divided into four units: Administrative Duties in the Veterinary Practice Health and Safety in the Veterinary Practice Introduction to Employment Issues in the Veterinary Practice Introduction to Animal Euthanasia and Bereavement Materials are supplied in a paper-based format, CD Rom and via the College s online Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Assessment Assessment is by written assignments and an end of course multiple choice online examination. Progression and Career Opportunities The Certificate for Veterinary Practice Receptionists award is recognised as a qualification in its own right. You may choose to continue with your studies and undertake an Apprenticeship in Customer Service, please see pages for further details. Veterinary receptionists are the first point of contact for most clients and therefore are one of the main influences on the success of the veterinary practice. They are a valuable and respected member of the veterinary team. Tel:

7 ADVANCED APPRENTICESHIP IN VETERINARY NURSING (LEVEL 3) KEY FACTS Attendance Day Release: you will attend College one day per week. Fast Track: you will attend College for two days per week in year one and for one day per week in year two. Duration Day Release: Three years. Intakes are in September and January each year. Fast Track: Two years. Intakes are in September each year. Location Huntingdon, Potters Bar and Leeds. Entry Requirements You must be employed in a veterinary practice which is approved to train veterinary nurses (a TP or an atp) and have a minimum of five GCSEs at grade C or above including English Language, Maths and a Science subject or equivalent. Students without these qualifications may enrol if they hold the Level 2 Diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants (VCA) qualification along with appropriate Key/Functional Skills. Other qualifications may be acceptable, please contact us for details. Funding Support Government funding support may be available for eligible students. Please contact us for further details. 34 Tel:

8 The Advanced Apprenticeship in, incorporating the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeon s (RCVS) Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing, is a qualification which allows you to register with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) as a qualified veterinary nurse. If you are working in practice and want to qualify as a veterinary nurse, this is the programme for you! Course Content The syllabus covers a wide range of topics which veterinary nurses encounter during their working week, for example: Anatomy and physiology Bandaging Laboratory techniques Radiography Fluid therapy and pharmacology Anaesthesia, theatre practice and surgical nursing Equine Functional Skills You will work towards Functional Skills in English, Maths and ICT as part of the course, please see pages 19. Assessment You will undertake both on screen and practical examinations and complete an online Nursing Progress Log (NPL). The exams and the NPL are externally set and awarded by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS). Progression and Career Opportunities Successful completion of this qualification will enable you to register with the RCVS as a qualified veterinary nurse. Entry in the Register of Veterinary Nurses will allow you, by law, to practise as a veterinary nurse. You may wish to continue your studies by undertaking the BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing Top-Up Degree, see pages I have found this course to be a very positive learning experience. I would recommend this course to anyone as i have thoroughly enjoyed doing it so far and have learned lots. The subjects are taught very well and your individual needs are catered for. The staff are all very friendly and helpful, as are the rest of the students. Jason Mann, Advanced Apprenticeship in Tel:

9 LEVEL 3 DIPLOMA IN VETERINARY NURSING (FULL-TIME) KEY FACTS Attendance You will be expected to attend College for two days per week in year one and for one day per week in year two. The rest of the time will be spent on work placement in veterinary practice. Those studying at the Edinburgh centre follow a block release format. Duration Two years. September each year. Location Huntingdon, Potters Bar, Leeds and Edinburgh. Entry Requirements You must have a minimum of five GCSEs at grades C or above including English Language, Maths and a Science subject. Students without these qualifications may enrol with the Level 2 Diploma for Veterinary Care Assistants (VCA) along with appropriate Key/Functional Skills. Other qualifications may be acceptable. An exemplary reference detailing a minimum of two weeks work experience in a veterinary practice is required. All applicants are interviewed and offers for places are competitive. Funding Support Students aged years are currently exempt from paying course and awarding body fees. Students aged 19 years or over are required to pay course and awarding body fees. 36 Tel:

10 If you are looking to qualify as a veterinary nurse but are not employed in practice, then this two year, full-time, programme may be the one for you! Alongside classroom tuition, significant periods of work placement in veterinary practice are incorporated into the programme, allowing you the opportunity to experience the real day-to-day work of a veterinary nurse. Course Content The syllabus covers a wide range of topics, for example: Anatomy and physiology Bandaging Laboratory techniques Radiography Fluid therapy and pharmacology Anaesthesia, theatre practice and surgical nursing Equine Functional Skills You will work towards Functional Skills in English, Maths and ICT as part of the course, please see page 19. Assessment You will undertake both on screen and practical examinations and complete an online Nursing Progress Log (NPL). Progression and Career Opportunities Successful completion of this qualification will enable you to register with the RCVS as a qualified veterinary nurse. Entry in the Register of Veterinary Nurses will allow you, by law, to practise as a veterinary nurse under veterinary direction. You may wish to continue your studies by undertaking the BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing Top-Up Degree programme, see pages The classes are well organised with a mix of practical workshops, field trips and theory lectures to suit all types of learning styles. The lecturers are very friendly and encouraging and are always available to provide guidance and support. I have really enjoyed learning in a smaller class as you are given one on one time with lectures and classes are more personalised. The College of Animal Welfare sets a very high professional standard of education which I am very proud to be a part of. Samantha Young, Level 3 Diploma, Edinburgh Tel:

11 FOUNDATION DEGREE IN VETERINARY NURSING KEY FACTS Attendance Full-time. Duration Three years. Intakes are in September each year. Location This programme is delivered at the Hawkshead Campus of the Royal Veterinary College, Potters Bar. Homebased practice placements may be requested by those students not normally resident near to the University. Entry Requirements You should be a minimum of 18 years of age and have five GCSEs (grade C or above) including English Language, Maths and a Science subject; plus at least 80 tariff points at A2 and AS level, including at least 40 points (Grade E) in an A2 Science subject (preferably Biology or Human Biology). You must also have a minimum of two weeks referenced work experience in a veterinary practice and two weeks other animal work experience. Mature and International students are encouraged to apply, as are those with equivalent qualifications. How to Apply You should apply via UCAS using the course code D310 and institution code R84. Visit 38 Tel:

12 This three year, full-time, programme is awarded by the Royal Veterinary College (University of London) and provides students with a unique opportunity to study for a Foundation Degree in. This course will allow you to work alongside both The College of Animal Welfare and The Royal Veterinary College, one of the world s leading specialist veterinary institutions. Course Content The modules you will study include: Professional Development and Clinical Skills I Clinical Nursing Practice I and 2 Applied Science I and 2 Professional Development and Clinical Skills 2 Applied Nursing Care Emergency/Critical Care Nursing and Anaesthesia Diagnostic Techniques Professional Practice Assessment You will be required to undertake both on screen and practical examinations set by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) and complete an online Nursing Progress Log (NPL), as well as meeting the University s internal assessments. Progression and Career Opportunities On successful completion of this qualification you will be able to enter the Register of Veterinary Nurses held by the RCVS. You may wish to continue with your studies by completing the BSc (Hons) Top-Up degree programme, see pages Further Information Please contact Hilary Orpet, Course Director, at the Royal Veterinary College on or via or visit You will benefit considerably from gaining practical experience in first opinion practice, referral practice and leading animal welfare hospitals. You will complete at least 60 weeks of practical training, providing you with essential hands-on experience and real insight into the day-to-day role of the veterinary nurse. Tel:

13 BSc (HONS) VETERINARY NURSING MIDDLESEX KEY FACTS Attendance Full-time. Duration Four years. Intakes are in September each year. Location This programme is delivered at the Hendon Campus of Middlesex University with access to The College of Animal Welfare facilities at Potters Bar. Entry Requirements You should have five GCSEs (grade C or above) including English Language, Maths and a Science subject; plus two A Levels (including a science) at grade A-C or BTEC National Diploma in Animal Management; or a Science Access qualification. You should have a minimum of two weeks work experience in a veterinary practice and be able to produce a satisfactory reference prior to interview. Applications from candidates over 21, without formal qualifications, who can show high levels of ability and experience are invited. How to Apply You should apply via UCAS using the course code D313 and institution code M80. Visit 40 Tel:

14 This programme is awarded by Middlesex University and delivered in conjunction with The College of Animal Welfare. Students will benefit considerably from practical experience not only in commercial first opinion practice but also in referral practice and leading animal welfare hospitals. This degree was the first in Europe and the first to be validated by being given direct accredited status by the RCVS. Course Content This programme is a single honours degree course. Modules are taught in semesters, with two semesters per year. The modules include: Year 1 Practice, Animal Science 1, Theory, Introduction to Professional Practice Year 2 Veterinary Pathology, Pharmacology for Nursing Practice, Approaches to Health & Social Care Research, Animal Science 2 Year 3 Year 4 Professional Issues, Surgical Nursing, Infection and Immunity Dissertation, Preparation for Professional Practice, Management and Business, Elective Module (free choice) You can choose from a number of veterinary nursing focused elective modules, as well as modules on offer through Middlesex University which are not necessarily veterinary nursing related but nevertheless useful. Assessment You will need to pass practical and written assessments and examinations. Progression and Career Opportunities On graduation and completion of the required clinical practice hours, you will be eligible for registration as a veterinary nurse with the RCVS. Further Information Please contact Barbara Cooper on or via or Kirstie Dye at Middlesex University on or via This degree was the first veterinary nursing degree in the UK and was the first to be given direct accredited status by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons. Tel:

15 BSc (HONS) VETERINARY NURSING EDINBURGH KEY FACTS Attendance Full-time. Duration Four years. Intakes are in September each year. Location Edinburgh Napier University s Sighthill Campus and The College of Animal Welfare s centre in Edinburgh. Entry Requirements You must have five SQA Standard Grades (Band 1, 2, 3 or equivalent). Subjects must include English, Maths and a Science subject; plus at least four Cs at Scottish Higher including English and Biology, or two A Levels, or B Tech National Diploma in a Science Subject (three Distinctions), or Advanced GNVQs (Merit or equivalent). You must have completed a minimum of two weeks of work experience in a veterinary practice and pass a satisfactory occupational health screening questionnaire. Evidence of tetanus immunisation must be seen before a place can be offered. How to Apply You should apply via UCAS using the course code D310 and institution code E59. Visit 42 Tel:

16 This programme is awarded by Edinburgh Napier University and is delivered in conjunction with The College of Animal Welfare. It is designed to prepare students to become veterinary nurses registered with the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS), whilst studying for an academic award simultaneously. Course Content This is a modular programme, comprising of theory and practice modules that normally attract 20 SCOTCAT credits each with a 40 SCOTCAT credit dissertation during the honours year at SCQF level 10. Modules are taken over three trimesters per academic year, including placement modules over the summer of years 1 to 3. Modules may include: Year 1 Foundations of Theory, Principles of Small Animal Care, Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology, Veterinary Science in Action Year 2 Veterinary Pathology, Diagnostics for Veterinary Nurses, Application of Small Animal Nursing, Veterinary Theatre Nursing and Anaesthesia, Ethical, Legal and Professional Issues in Health care Year 3 Animals in Society, Principles of Research and Evidence Based Practice, Practice 3 and 4 Year 4 Pharmacology, Specialised Care, Honours Project, Practice Elective A variety of teaching methods are used in the programme including lectures, discussions, seminars, group work, web-based learning and practice placements. Progression and Career Opportunities On graduation and completion of the required clinical practice hours, you will be eligible for registration as a veterinary nurse with the RCVS. Further Information Please contact Clare Bryant on or via or Dr David Smith at Edinburgh Napier University on or via My experience of the course so far has been very positive! I m doing what I love in a friendly environment, in a city I love with all the facilities and help to accommodate me. The course is very practical and enables you to go out into the working environment to gain the knowledge and skills to set you up for employment after university life. The lecturers have the speciality and passion and really know what they are talking about. The course can be very challenging at times but is very rewarding! Emma Scott, BSc (Hons), Edinburgh Tel:

17 BSc (HONS) VETERINARY NURSING TOP-UP PROGRAMME, LONDON KEY FACTS Attendance Full or part-time. Intakes onto the programme are in September and January each year. Duration Full-time study takes two years and part-time study takes a minimum of three years depending on the number of modules studied. Location Modules are held at either the Hendon Campus of Middlesex University or The College of Animal Welfare s centre at Potters Bar. Entry Requirements Applicants must be qualified veterinary nurses on the VN List or Register. How many credits you will be awarded on entry will depend on which route you qualified (see table to the right). Each application is considered on its own merit and all applicants will be interviewed. How to Apply Students wishing to enrol onto this programme should contact Barbara Cooper on o or via or contact Middlesex University on Tel:

18 Awarded by Middlesex University and delivered in conjunction with The College of Animal Welfare, this programme allows qualified veterinary nurses to Top-Up their qualification to a single honours BSc degree by either full or part-time study. Course Content You will be required to take the following mandatory modules: Pharmacology for Nursing Practice (level 2, 30 credits) Approaches to Health and Social Care Research (level 2, 30 credits) Professional Issues (level 3, 30 credits) Dissertation (level 3, 30 credits) Students holding either the VN Certificate or the Level 3 Diploma, or the VN Certificate and Dip AVN are required to take all of the above, plus further free choice modules to make up the required number of credits. Students with a Foundation Degree in are required to take the two level 3 modules above, plus further free choice modules to make up the required number of credits. Qualification You will be awarded You will need to take VN Certificate Pre 1997 VN Certificate Post 1997 Diploma in Advanced (Dip AVN) Foundation Degree (Holding RCVS Cert) 60 Credits at Level Credits 120 Credits at level 3. Only 60 Credits may be taken at level 1, the rest must be taken at level 2 or Credits at Level Credits 120 Credits at level 3. The remaining 120 may be taken at level 2 0r Credits at level 1 60 Credits at level Credits at Level Credits at Level Credits 120 Credits at level 3. The remaining 60 must be taken at level 2 or Credits 120 Credits at level 3 Continue your education by Topping-Up your VN qualification to a Degree, who knows where it may lead! Tel:

19 BSc (HONS) VETERINARY NURSING TOP-UP PROGRAMME, EDINBURGH KEY FACTS Attendance Full or part-time. Intakes are in September each year. Duration Full-time study takes two years and parttime study takes a minimum of three years. Location Modules are delivered from both Edinburgh Napier University s Sighthill Campus and The College of Animal Welfare s centre in Edinburgh. Some modules can be studied online by distance learning. Entry Requirements You must be a qualified veterinary nurse. All potential applicants will attend an informal interview where full guidance will be provided as to how many credits your qualification will be awarded. How to Apply Applications should be made directly to Napier University on or visit 46 Tel:

20 This programme is awarded by Edinburgh Napier University and delivered in conjunction with The College of Animal Welfare. Due to demand from Scotland based veterinary nurses to study at Degree level, a Top Up route is now available so that qualified nurses working in practice can study towards a BSc (Hons) in. Course Content Core modules you will study include: Evaluating Professional Practice Pharmacology Specialised Care of Exotic Species Elective Practice Principles of Research and Evidence Based Practice Honours Project Animals in Society Optional modules may include: Clinical Decision Making, Animal Behaviour, Veterinary Pathology, Life of Mammals, The Reflective Practitioner Honours Project you will undertake a small research project from the veterinary nursing field in an area of your interest. Assessment Support will be provided for each module by an academic tutor, tutorial meetings and . You will be assessed by a variety of methods including exams, practicals and assignments. Do a Top-Up and get to the top of your profession! Tel:

21 CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT Keep up-to-date It is important for veterinary nurses to keep their skills and knowledge up-to-date through Continuing Professional Development (CPD). It has become even more vital with the introduction of the Register of Veterinary Nurses. The Register now requires veterinary nurses to undertake CPD at a rate of a minimum of 45 hours over three years. The College of Animal Welfare offers a wide variety of CPD courses which have been specifically designed to meet the needs of veterinary nurses in practice. Our training programmes have been developed using tried and tested methods, are fast moving, intensive and designed to cover key learning objectives. Many of the courses are interactive and practical ensuring maximum participation. For a single annual fee, qualified veterinary nurses can purchase a CPD Passport, which allows attendance on an unlimited number of CPD courses at the College, with only a few exemptions!. To view our full range of CPD courses visit or call us on to request a short course brochure. CPD Passport: Unlimited access = Unlimited success! 48 Tel:

22 VETERINARY NURSING REVISION COURSES Are you prepared? Exams can be a stressful time for even the most organised people. If you are struggling with any element of your course then exams can seem even more daunting, but don t panic! We offer extensive veterinary nursing revision courses and are here to help you succeed. All students are welcome, whether a regular student at the College or not. Each course will have key objectives but will also be flexible to allow you to cover any areas you may be struggling with. Due to the success of the veterinary nursing CPD Passport we have created a similar package for student veterinary nurses in the form of our Revision Passport. The passport is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and allows you to attend an unlimited number of revision courses at any centre. Attending a revision course, along with planned home study, can prove vital in ensuring that you are fully prepared for your exam. If you are interested in finding out more, please visit our website at or call us on to request a short course brochure. Revision courses, along with planned home study, can help ensure you are fully prepared for your exams. Tel:

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