Vet Nursing - RCVS Level 3 Diploma

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Vet Nursing - RCVS Level 3 Diploma

The College of West Anglia
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The College of West Anglia has run the RCVS veterinary nursing courses for a number of years and has been recognised as one of the leading national providers. We provide training for over 40 practices within the region and havea regular pass rate of 100% for theory and the Objective Structure Clinical Examinations (OSCEs).

Our delivery team are exceptionally well qualified and experienced teaching practitioners with a detailed
background in veterinary practice. Our new Discovery building has dedicated veterinary resources
alongside state of the art teaching and learning resources including a virtual learning environment. Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, the college prides itself in providing high l…

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The College of West Anglia has run the RCVS veterinary nursing courses for a number of years and has been recognised as one of the leading national providers. We provide training for over 40 practices within the region and havea regular pass rate of 100% for theory and the Objective Structure Clinical Examinations (OSCEs).

Our delivery team are exceptionally well qualified and experienced teaching practitioners with a detailed
background in veterinary practice. Our new Discovery building has dedicated veterinary resources
alongside state of the art teaching and learning resources including a virtual learning environment. Rated Outstanding by Ofsted, the college prides itself in providing high levels of support to all learners both in and outside the classroom.

The course will cover all aspects of theory and will also prepare students in a range of practical skills. Veterinary nursing facilities include: small animal unit including a wide range of animals (guinea pigs, reptiles, rabbits, birds, amphibians, arachnids and many others), equine facility (including an indoor and outdoor arena, equine spa, aqua treadmill, solarium and full stable yard), veterinary nursing suite (including radiography, surgical equipment, anaesthesia equipment, canine spa and a brand new purpose built laboratory).

Entry Requirements:

Interview required

You should be employed at a veterinary practice. To begin training, students must have achieved five GCSEs at grade C or higher including English language, mathematics and a science subject. Alternative qualifications of a comparable or higher standard may be accepted.

Assessment:

The course involves external RCVS exams as well as internal exams and assessments.

Progression from this course:

Whilst the majority of our students have extended their roles in veterinary practices, others have gone on, once qualified towork in a variety of environments including general practice, veterinary hospitals and referral practices.

Locations:

Cambridge Campus (Milton) - CB24 6DB

Duration:

3 Years

Start times:

September 2013

How to Apply:

Please fill in the online enquiry form

Course Costs:

Course Fee: £970

Discounted Fee: £0

This is a 3 year course. The prices quoted above are for 1 academic year only.

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