About the course
Veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia have advanced significantly during recent years.
The Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia programme will review the latest anaesthetic and monitoring equipment, the selection of key anaesthetic and analgesic agents, techniques for safe anaesthesia and effective analgesia in dogs, cats, equines and exotics. The programme will help you increase your confidence in this vital area of veterinary nursing.
Your journey through our Certificate programme Timings, assessment and learning support
The individual courses are held within a face to face training envrionment, giving you the opportunity to meet like-minded people and share experiences.
You can start on a Nurse Certificate programme at any time in the year and choose to study over a period of up to three years towards the exam or opt to attend the individual modules. If you are working towards the Certificate, a final multiple choice exam is held each November. In order to sit the exam you need to attend all taught modules and register for the exam with ESVPS.
Our programmes take place in Alexandra House, Swindon enabling us to provide you with exceptional facilities. This location offers comfortable training rooms for theoretical taught lectures. A buffet lunch is included in each module along with refreshment breaks.
If you want to gain the NCert you must have been in practice for a minimum of one year and be RCVS registered.
You can attend the modules if you are not qualified or in practice however, you will not be able to attain the NCert – see above.
09.30 Course Starts
17.00 Course Finishes