International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT)
At TCAP it is our mission to provide the opportunity for professionals to extend their knowledge and skills into the exciting world of animal physiotherapy, without having to first train as a human physiotherapist.
TCAP undertakes to:
- Train animal physiotherapists to the highest standards.
- Pass on the knowledge gained from our years of experience so that this dynamic profession can continue to expand and more animals can benefit from the results achievable with animal physiotherapy.
- Provide continuing professional development opportunities to vets, nurses and other animal care professionals.
- Provide a reliable source of information for owners regarding their animals' physical wellbeing.
Although we have a large team and support network The College of Animal Physiotherapy is essentially a family business. Sherry Scott, our president has been working in the industry for over 35 years and has trained many successful therapists across the world. Sherry's son Fred Lawrence and her daughter Jaqui manage the college.
The College of Animal Physiotherapy is based at Tyringham Hall, near Aylesbury, the home of Sherry Scott, President and founder of the International Association of Animal Therapists (IAAT). We are an accredited learning provider with the Open and Distance Learning Quality Council (ODLQC) scheme.
Animal Physiotherapy is an exciting and rewarding career. It takes confidence, initiative, determination and an open mind to make a career in Animal Physiotherapy.