Veterinary Nursing is a popular career choice for people of all ages and there is no age limit when you can become a veterinary nurse. Students are taught by a qualified veterinary surgeon and registered nurse with over 15 years' experience.
- Deliver basic treatments to animals
- Companion animal anatomy and physiology
- Exotic animal and physiology
- Infection control
- Companion animal parasitology and zoonosis
- Feed, water and accommodation of animals
- Meet and welcome visitors
- Companion animal pharmacy
- Principles of basic nursing
Studying at our Middleton campus...
We have over 700 animals which include small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, alpacas, meerkats, rhea, bats, farm animals, cats and dogs and aquatics. As part of our courses we have a small animal production farm where students help raise animals for food production. Additionally, we are members of Rochdale and District Riding Club and have a team of students who compete with our Shetland ponies.
My course gave me experience I couldn’t have got anywhere else. I completed hours of work experience with a hugely diverse range of animals and gained experience in variety of places. Get involved with as much as you can; join clubs, meet people who are not on your course, volunteer for projects.
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