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Veterinary Nurse Education



  • Australian Veterinary Nurse Resource Centre - The veterinary nurses of tomorrow will realise their true personal and professional potential in this evolving profession 

  • Box Hill Institute - Diploma of Veterinary Nursing - This course builds on the skills and knowledge already acquired through the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing. Box Hill Institute, 465 Elgar Road, Box Hill 3128, Victoria – AUSTRALIA 

  • Vet Nurse - Imagine nursing and caring for a patient who cannot tell you if they are in pain, feeling thirsty, hot or disoriented? Veterinary nurses learn the specialised skills needed in caring for sick or injured animals during all avenues of examination, treatment and surgery.





  • UNITEC Diploma in Veterinary nursing - This programme aims to provide the theoretical and clinical training that extends the role of the veterinary nurse. Participants are able to work without supervision in the areas of specialised veterinary nursing, management of surgical equipment, laboratory practices, staff management and client education. 

  • Diploma in Veterinary Nursing - NZ's premier veterinary nursing qualification. 



  • RCVS UK - Nurse Training Information 

  • Royal Army Veterinary Corps - The role of Veterinary Technician (VT) is to assist in the treatment of Service animals and to provide first aid pending the arrival of the Veterinary Officer.

  • Vet Nurse Training at Axiom - Axiom offers bespoke laboratory training courses for vet nurses, these are usually 2 day courses. 

  • Vetlink - The Vetlink School of Veterinary Nursing offers a new centre of excellence for Veterinary Nurse Training in Somerset, at Cannington College, Yeovil. We offer day release training programmes for students wishing to study for the BVNA Animal Nursing Assistant (ANA) Exam and for students studying the RCVS NVQ Veterinary Nursing Certificate. 

  • Veterinary Nursing - A site dedicated to veterinary nurse training, providing a resource for the qualified VN, veterinary surgeons, colleges and students of veterinary nursing.

  • Sheriff's Highway Veterinary Hospital - Nurse Training - As a Veterinary Hospital, we have a commitment to training veterinary nurses and in fact we are registered as a Approved Training Centre for vet nurse training 

  • Telford College - Tel.0044-1313322491
    Email janb@ed-coll.ac.uk

  • Berkshire College of Agriculture - Tel. 0044-1628-824444
    Email enquiries@bca.rmplc.co.uk

  • Scottish Qualification - Tel. 0044-1412487900
    Email mail@scotvec.org.uk

  • UK University Biology and Bioscience Departments - Links to over 300 UK university biology and bioscience departments, including medical, dental, veterinary, nursing and midwifery schools.


  • Animal Health Technology, San Diego MesaCollege - The study of procedures for the medical care of animals, is a unique and challenging field. The Registered Veterinary Technician (RVT) is an integral member of the veterinary health care team, enjoying a wide range of job responsibilities.

  • DCAVM - Since its inception, the Technicians Program has attracted over 2,000 participants per year, from four states and the district. This year we will present another educational and thought-provoking group of seminars designed to enhance your knowledge of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Practice.

  • Foothill College Veterinary Technology Program - is a two-year Associates Degree program which is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (A.V.M.A--C.V.T.E.A.).

  • Harcum College, Veterinary Technology Program - Highly successful, accredited Veterinary Technology and Animal Center Management Associates Degree

  • MATC Veterinary Technician Program - Students are taught the skills and procedures to effectively contribute to the health and well being of veterinary patients.

  • Medaille College, 4 Year Vet Tech Degree - The Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Technology builds on the solid foundation students receive in the two-year Associate in Science degree program in Veterinary Technology.

  • National American University - National American University Veterinary Technology Program is accredited by the Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities, a division of the American Veterinary Medical Association

  • Palo Alto Veterinary Technology Program - The two-year program begins in the fall semester only and includes an internship in the summer term between the first and second year.

  • Snead State Community College, Veterinary Technology Program - As a growing career track for the 21st century, the need for formally educated Veterinary Technicians has developed in order to assist in different fields of veterinary medicine.

  • Vermont Technical College (Associate Degree Program) - Veterinary Technology (VET) graduates are very much in demand, and this demand is expected to continue to grow. Technicians form an important link between animals and the veterinarian.

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