Learn to be a veterinary support assistant over the course of a year with this online course
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What You'll Get
- €24 for a veterinary support assistant online course (90% off)
Aspiring veterinary support assistants can take this course from Online Academies. The course is designed for anyone assisting in a veterinary practice part-time, those considering working towards a career in a veterinary practice, or for anyone caring for ill and recovering animals at home. The 16-module syllabus covers content ranging from medical terminology to animal anatomy and emergency nursing. Students have 12 months to complete the course and will receive tutor support via email throughout.
Preparing for employment | veterinary medical terminology | basic small animal anatomy and physiology part one | basic small animal anatomy and physiology part two | handling animals | animal diet and nutrition | animal disease part one | animal disease part two | small animal emergency nursing part one | small animal emergency nursing part two | infection control | diagnostic tests used by vets | care of ill animals | operation care | euthanasia | safety and welfare
The Fine Print
Must redeem by 17 Jan 2019. Course content available for 12 months from registration date.
Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy 4 additional as gifts.
Restrictions: Register online: https://www.onlineacademies.co.uk/groupon-form. No refunds or cancellation once log in details have been provided. Internet connection required. Must be 16 or older. Optional course material can be sent via post in paper form for a fee of £50, alternatively customers can simply print out the lessons for free.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 19 Jan 2018.
About Online Academies
Online Academies provide distance learning opportunities in a range of disciplines to allow students to study when and where they want. Courses range from animal care and calligraphy to garden design, working with students and wedding planning. The programmes generally do not set strict academic criteria for involvement, with tutor support available via email.