A New Era For Veterinary Nursing
Central Qualifications, the first independent awarding body to offer a veterinary nursing qualification, has announced its commitment to making training more practically orientated and accessible for veterinary practices.
The introduction of the Central Skills log as an alternative to the NPL brings a number of key advantages for students, clinical coaches and tutors.
In addition to the Diploma in Veterinary Nursing ( DipVN), Central qualification has also announced three new nursing qualifications:
- The Diploma in Equine Veterinary Nursing ( DipEVN )
- The Diploma in Animal Nursing ( DipAN )
- The Diploma for Veterinary Nursing Assistants ( DipVNA )
The team at CQ have utilised their combined veterinary and nursing expertise of over 150 years to ensure that the qualifications are designed to reflect the current needs of veterinary practices.
With further developments under way this is truly a New Era for Veterinary Nursing.
Veterinary practices, Centres and colleges can find out more by contacting Denise Burke at Central Qualifications.
To download the leaflet click here.