Qualification Number: 601/2491/X
Qualification Title: Certa Level 3 Award in Canine and Feline Behaviour Management in Veterinary Nursing (RQF Level 3)
A course for qualified veterinary nurses and others working within the veterinary profession wanting to further their knowledge and understanding of the importance of behaviour canine and feline health and disease.
Certa RQF-Listed Regulated Qualification
Level 3, Credits: 12
Comparable in Level to A Level, but different in content and smaller in size. Click HERE for more information.
The day-to-day hustle and bustle of the modern small animal veterinary practice is an intimidating environment for most cats and dogs, and often their owners too. Stressed pets may react in a number of different ways from showing defensive and aggressive behaviours in an attempt to avoid handling, to becoming stoical and non-responsive, presenting with few external signs of being seriously unwell. How an individual pet feels, and therefore behaves, is determined by how he perceives and evaluates the plethora of different experiences involved in his visit, from arriving at the practice with the owner through to discharge at the end of a consultation or procedure, along with all the clinical evaluations and handling that may have taken place along the way. Ultimately, how a pet adapts and copes in such an environment is determined by many different factors including genetics, age and previous experiences.
There are many simple and inexpensive steps that a practice can take to help ensure that their patients’ experiences, and those of their clients, are as stress-free and as pleasant as possible. These steps can help to increase a cat’s and dog’s confidence and comfort during subsequent visits, which in turn is of huge benefit to the veterinary staff involved too.
The Level 3 Award in Canine and Feline Behaviour Management in Veterinary Nursing (RQF) is intended for qualified veterinary nurses and others working within the veterinary profession. Ultimately, successful completion of this course will further enable veterinary nurses to support canine and feline patients in routine clinics, critical care and chronic disease, ensuring best practice principles for these patients.
Authors and Tutors: COAPE
Course Type: Distance Learning.
Course Format: Each Unit of the course notes is e-mailed out to students as a separate e-Book.
We supply you with a specially designed ‘template’ on-line to assist you in writing your coursework using your own computer and preferred word processing software. Your coursework is submitted to your tutor via the internet, marked and returned back to you the same way.
Course Duration: Start in February and September of each year. The duration of the course is 9 months.
Abilities Required for This Course: Available only to Qualified Veterinary Nurses.
Course fee: £594.00 + Registration Fee of £76.00 = £670.00
ALL fees shown include VAT (registration no. 187211800).