The College of Animal Welfare will launch its new range of leadership and management programmes aimed at head nurses at this week’s BVNA Congress (October 5-7) in Telford.
The College of Animal Welfare (CAW) will launch its new range of leadership and management programmes aimed at head nurses at this week’s British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Congress (October 5-7, 2012).
Also, in celebration of the great work that head nurses all round the UK do, the college is giving away free “Keep Calm and Trust Your Head Nurse” mugs on their stand (A09) in the main exhibition hall.
According to the college, its professional management programmes will “raise your game” and benefit animal patients in your care. They also lead to professional recognition with the Institute of Leadership and Management.
CAW principal Barbara Cooper said: “Our programmes will take already highly trained veterinary professionals and equip them with the management skills that are needed to develop their careers into the higher echelons of management.”
CAW has been delivering modules on business and veterinary practice management within its degree programmes since the first ever veterinary nurse degree programme launched in 1998.
- For further information visit www.caw.ac.uk.