Do you want to work with dogs? Have you considered a career in dog grooming but don’t know where to start? We can help! Why not come along to our Dog Grooming Open Day on Saturday 18 February? We’ve got … Continue reading
That’s right, Careers With Animals Day has returned for another year! Do you want to work with animals or perhaps want some guidance on the different training options in the veterinary and animal industries? Join us on Saturday 4 March … Continue reading
January 6, 2023
Comments Off on Rabbits and Small Furries Congress is back by popular demand on Thursday 30 March 2023!
After a successful launch last year, Rabbits and Small Furries Congress returns to screens on Thursday 30 March with a fresh agenda to enjoy! If you want to know more, here’s what this years’ virtual congress has to offer: 7 … Continue reading
Rehab Congress is back on Thursday 9 February 2023, and tickets are on sale now! Listen to valuable lectures about physiotherapy for the post-operative spinal patient, pulsed electromagnetic field therapy, how to manage canine osteoarthritis, orthoses in small animal practice, … Continue reading
November 3, 2022
Comments Off on Our veterinary nurse training is expanding to new locations, and applications are open now!
In our biggest expansion of veterinary nurse training to date, this year we’re offering the option to study our Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing from FIVE new satellite centres, starting in 2023. Our equine veterinary nurse training is also … Continue reading
The College of Animal Welfare has been rated as ‘Good’ across the board following its recent Ofsted inspection. The four day inspection from 5-8 July 2022 involved a team of inspectors assessing the College’s centres, distance learning school and work … Continue reading
October 19, 2022
Comments Off on Look out for your pets this spooky season with our Halloween Pet Safety Tips…
Whilst a night of spooky shenanigans is great fun for humans, Halloween can be a stressful time for pets. With more unfamiliar people knocking on the door, ghoulish decorations around the house and people dressing up in spooky costumes, pets … Continue reading