Nurses Certificate in Medical Nursing

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About the course

NEW FOR 2019!


Veterinary medicine has advanced significantly during recent years

This programme has been designed to provide veterinary nurses with the opportunity to access relevant and up to date knowledge of small animal nursing of medical cases and to use this knowledge to improve the treatment given to canine and feline patients in practice.

The certificate programme will:

  • Enhance your clinical skills and knowledge
  • Increase your confidence and job satisfaction
  • Enable you to gain an achievable and recognised qualification

Your journey through our Certificate programme Timings, assessment and learning support

The individual courses are held within a face to face training environment, giving you the opportunity to meet like-minded people and share experiences.

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.

Access Requirements:

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.

Module information:

1. Anaesthesia

2. Analgesia

3. Principles - The Clinic

4. Principles - The Patient

5. Oncology

6. Imaging

7. Body Systems

8. Medical Pharmacology 


Course timings:

09.00    Registration

09.30    Course Starts

17.00    Course Finishes


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