Views are currently being sought on the development of a new VN diploma, to explore the most important elements of a VN training programme and ensure the proposed qualification succesfully meet the needs of the profession.

Views are currently being sought on the development of a new VN diploma, to explore the most important elements of a VN training programme and ensure the proposed qualification succesfully meet the needs of the profession.
 
Following on from extensive feedback already received, the consultation aims to gather information about how welcome a new VN diploma would be in the veterinary profession, while exploring what the most important elements of a VN training programme are.
 
Central Veterinary Services is seeking views on a new VN diploma.This diploma, currently being developed by Central Veterinary Services, would be a new entrant into the field of veterinary qualifications and, in this way, could provide an alternative to the current system. By offering more options for those who supply training and also for those undertaking qualifications, the award could help boost the number of nurses entering the profession.
 
Collating information relating to how improvements to the current system can be made, Central Veterinary Services visualise that this diploma will meet the needs of the practice, college and student.
 
All views are valued and the survey is open to everyone working within the veterinary industry. It is hoped that a large proportion of the profession will partake in the consultation, therefore allowing the new VN diploma to be developed completely in line with what the profession wants and needs
 
To complete the survey visit www.vetnursing.org. Alternatively, respondents can write to project consultant Jan Starmer at: Elmtree Business Park, Elmswell, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP30 9HR.

 

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