• Brinsbury Campus
  • 25.04.2020 - 5 Hours
  • £ £36

Do you know what to do if your pet becomes unwell or is involved in an accident? During this course, our experienced vet nursing lecturers will help you plan and prepare for emergencies.

Career options

You may wish to progress further on to other animal care classes within the college.

What you need to know

Entry Requirements?

No previous experience required.

What will I study?

Topics covered include preventing illness, wounds and infection, parasites, bleeding, shock, bone and joint injuries, eye and ear injuries, artificial respiration and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Hands-on activities with our animals include bandaging and giving medication. Participants will discuss which injuries can be safely treated at home and learn how to assemble a pet first aid kit.

How will I be taught?

Practical demonstrations led by the tutor. One-to-one tuition within the group. Individual/group discussion/evaluations of the practical work achieved.

How will I be assessed?

No formal assessment required.
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The Team

Aimee Scott
Aimee Scott
Associate Lecturer

Five highlights

  • 1 Develop new skills and techniques
  • 2 Meet new friends in a safe environment
  • 3 Good range of facilities and services
  • 4 Appropriate classroom/workshop
  • 5 Course is structured and well managed with helpful feedback