Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Training at QLS Level 3

4.7( 3 REVIEWS )
128 STUDENTS
  • £149.00
  • 365 Days
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  • Course Certificate
  • Endorsed by "Quality Licence Scheme"
  • 40Guided Learning Hours
  • Course Material
  • 6 Number of Modules
ENDORSED BY

Key Features

High quality e-learning study materials.
Tutorials/materials from the industry leading experts.
24/7 Access to the Learning Portal.
Benefit of applying TOTUM Discount Card.
Endorsed by Quality Licence Scheme.
Excellent customer service and administrative support.
Who Is This Course Aimed at?
  • Aspiring veterinary nurses
  • Vet assistants
Entry Requirements
  • Learners should be over the age of 16, and have a basic understanding of English and ICT
  • Have a deep love and care for animals, and relative knowledge and experience with having your own pets
Access Duration The course will be delivered directly to you, and from the date you joined the course you have 12 months of access to the online learning platform. The course is self-paced, and you can complete it in stages at any time.
Method of Assessment In order to complete the course ‘Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Training at QLS Level 3’ successfully, learners will take an online multiple choice question assessment. This online multiple choice question test is marked automatically, so you will receive an instant grade and know whether you have passed the course.
Certification Those who successfully complete the course will be issued the Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Training at QLS Level 3 by the Quality Licence Scheme.
Endorsed by

The Quality Licence Scheme is part of the Skills and Education Group, a charitable organisation that unites education and skills-orientated organisations that share similar values and objectives. With more than 100 years of collective experience, the Skills and Education Group’s strategic partnerships create opportunities to inform, influence and represent the wider education and skills sector.

The Skills and Education Group also includes two nationally recognised awarding organisations; Skills and Education Group Awards and Skills and Education Group Access. Through our awarding organisations we have developed a reputation for providing high-quality qualifications and assessments for the education and skills sector. We are committed to helping employers, organisations and learners cultivate the relevant skills for learning, skills for employment, and skills for life.

Our knowledge and experience of working within the awarding sector enables us to work with training providers, through the Quality Licence Scheme, to help them develop high-quality courses and/or training programmes for the non-regulated market.

Progression and Career Path Once you successfully complete ‘Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Training at QLS Level 3’ you will gain a qualification that will prove your skills and expertise in the subject matter. With this qualification you can further expand your knowledge by studying related courses on this subject, or you can go onto get a promotion or salary increment in your current job role. You have the chance of landing a great job such as given below:
  • Veterinary Nurse

Course Curriculum

Meet Your Tutor
Meet Your Tutor
1: Working in Veterinary Facilities
Working in Veterinary Facilities Slides
Working in Veterinary Facilities – File download
Mentor Series Introduction: Brad O’Hagan Video
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – How did you get into the Animal Health Sector?
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – How did you get into the pharmaceutical part of the animal industry?
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – Considering a role in the animal pharmaceutical industry
Working in Veterinary Facilities Test
2: A Day In The Life Of A Veterinarian
A Day In The Life Of A Veterinarian Slides
A Day In The Life Of A Veterinarian – File download
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – What is a typical day like in the life of a veterinarian?
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – What would you tell someone considering a career in this industry?
Mentor Series – Brad O’Hagan – What different types of careers are available in animal health care?
A Day in the Lfe of a Veterinarian Test
3: Administration Services for the Veterinary Service
Administration Services for the Veterinary Service Slides
Administration Services for the Veterinary Service – File download
Mentor Series – Brad O’Hagan – What are the most important soft skills in animal health care?
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – Is customer service important in animal health care?
Administration Services for the Veterinary Service Test
4: Safety in Veterinary Services
Safety in the Veterinary Service Slides
Safety in Veterinary Service – File download
Safety in the Veterinary Services Test
5: Basic First Aid for Animals
Basic First Aid for Animals Slides
Basic First Aid for Animals – File download
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – Recommended certain brands of medication when in practice
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – Recent improvements in the animal pharmaceutical industry
Basic First Aid for Animals Test
6: Common Health Issues in Domestic Pets
Common Health Issues in Domestic Pets Slides
Common Health Issues in Domestic Pets – File download
Mentor Series: Brad O’Hagan – What tips do you have for pet owners when medicating their pets?
Common Health Issues in Domestic Pets Test

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  1. Skye Johnson August 21, 2020

    Straightforward

    It was straightforward and to the point. It delved into the practical aspects of the importance of a veterinary nurse.

  2. Jess Perry August 21, 2020

    Extensive

    The modules were discussed at length.

  3. Kit Mitchell August 21, 2020

    High-standard material

    The training met a high standard. It was a great starting point about having a compassionate career in a veterinary facility. The training explored a range of useful topics related to veterinary nursing.

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