If you love animals, at some point in your life you may have considered working with them, but what options are there and where do you start?
There are just over two weeks to go until this year’s Careers With Animals Day. A free event, held on Saturday 24 March (10am-3pm) at The College of Animal Welfare in Godmanchester, featuring career talks and exhibitors from a variety of animal and veterinary organisations, providing invaluable advice for those looking to work with animals.
Whether you’re a school leaver working out what your next move is going to be, an adult looking for a career change, or unemployed and looking to get back to work; Careers with Animals Day can help you to get answers to any questions you may have and get you off on the right track.
Exhibitors this year include The College of Animal Physiotherapy, The British Horse Society, Cromwell Veterinary Group, Wood Green The Animals Charity, Buglife, African Conservation Experience, Shepreth Wildlife Park, Dogs Trust Dog School, 1st Military Working Dogs and Cambridgeshire Police Dog Unit.
The event will be held at The College of Animal Welfare in Godmanchester, near Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire (PE29 2BQ). Doors are open from 10am until 3pm and entry is completely free of charge! For more information please visit www.careerswithanimals.co.uk or call the College on 01480 422060.
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For more information please contact:
Alison German RVN
Senior Marketing and Communications Coordinator
The College of Animal Welfare
Tel: 01480 422060
Notes to editors:
The College of Animal Welfare is one of the UK’s leading providers of veterinary nurse and animal care training and education; operating from four training centres around the UK.
The College has a well-earned reputation for excellence and has created a number of unique achievements that have created new opportunities for learning.
For more information about The College of Animal Welfare please visit www.caw.ac.uk
Further information about the Careers With Animals Day event, including a full list of exhibitors and a career talk timetable can be found at www.careerswithanimals.co.uk