About the course
The emotional health of canine and feline patients is as important as their physical health and veterinary nurses are a crucial part of the veterinary team when it comes to dealing with these issues.
This fascinating programme will provide you with the tools that you need to understand patient behaviour and to give advice to owners on the prevention and management of common behavioural problems within the home and society.
Using a mixture of lectures, discussion groups and case histories the course will aim to improve understanding of the emotional basis of unwanted or unacceptable behaviours. The role of the veterinary nurse in prevention of emotional health problems in companion animals will be covered as well as their role in optimising the general practice experience for patients and their owners.
The programme is ideal for nurses who wish to establish their own ‘in practice’ service.
Attend individual modules or the whole programme!
This certificate programme will:
• Enhance your clinical skills and knowledge
• Increase your confidence and job satisfaction
• Gain an achievable and recognised qualification and University awarded academic credits
This programme offers:
• Flexible attendance options
• Easy payment options
This modular programme is made up of four two-day courses. You have three years to attend each two-day course and still sit the exam, or you can spread it over a longer period and not sit the exam.
Comprehensive course notes are provided for each module. Refreshments are available throughout the day and lunch is included at all modules.