If you have a member of staff under 19 years of age who is looking to start training as a VN in September 2012, they are eligible to receive fully funded apprenticeship training from The College of Animal Welfare.
If a member of your practice staff is looking to start training as a veterinary nurse in September 2012 and they are under 19 years of age then they can receive fully funded apprenticeship training (Level 3 Diploma) from The College of Animal Welfare.
With apprenticeship training being free to this age group, the only thing your practice will be required to pay is the student’s RCVS fees i.e. enrolment and examination fees!
The next Advanced Apprenticeship in Veterinary Nursing programme begins the week commencing September 3, 2012, from the college’s Huntingdon, Potters Bar and Leeds centres and enrolments are being taken now.
Places are already filling up, so remember to enrol your student early to avoid disappointment. If your student is waiting for exam results this summer they can still apply now, and if for any reason they are unsuccessful and do not get the required grades your practice will receive a full refund.
- For more information on veterinary nurse training at The College of Animal Welfare visit www.caw.ac.uk/courses.aspx or call 0844 372 9410.