Lantra will be looking for the faces of veterinary nursing at the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Congress in Telford later this week.

Lantra will be looking for the faces of veterinary nursing at the British Veterinary Nursing Association (BVNA) Congress in Telford later this week.

VN practical examBVNA Congress starts on Thursday October 5, 2012 and runs until October 7 at the Telford International Centre and large numbers of VNs and practice staff will be attending.

And Lantra – the UK’s Sector Skills Council for land-based and environmental industries – will be hoping to make the most of that footfall to showcase a brand new careers factsheet and get some feedback from delegates.

The factsheet outlines areas such as:

  • working life,
  • skills and qualities, and
  • how to train as a veterinary nurse.


Lantra is keen to hear the opinions and views of veterinary nurses
attending the event and hopes the leaflet will inspire more young people to enter the profession.

In addition, Lantra will also be looking for veterinary nurses to take part in video and written case studies examining the role of the veterinary nurse and what’s involved in the profession.

Lantra logoCase studies will also explore issues such as what attracted the participant to the role and the advice they’d give to people considering the same career. Case studies will be uploaded to the Lantra website to promote veterinary nursing as an exciting career option.

In addition, all participants will be able to use the case study for their own purposes, such as uploading to their website or their company’s website. Veterinary nurses from all over the UK are encouraged to visit Lantra’s stand in the foyer at the BVNA Congress to find out more.

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