The Veterinary Support Assistant (VSA) is a highly capable member of the veterinary team, trained informally within the practice. A VSA is responsible for many crucial jobs within the clinic, such as ensuring good hygiene and sterility, handling animals, and interfacing with clients. Many VSAs use the opportunity to gain valuable experience and go on to qualify as Vet Technicians.
This course is of benefit to anyone with an interest in animal health, working with animals, or wondering if a career in the veterinary environment is right for them. It includes an overview of how veterinary practice works, health and safety, basic anatomy and physiology, animal handling techniques, first aid, and coping with emergency situations as well as emotional issues such as euthanasia.
Understand the basic anatomy, learn about pet first aid, pet psychology and how to handle and restrain animals safely when working in a veterinary setting. The Diploma Course in Veterinary Support Assistant will show learners the reality of what it means to care for animals. How do you cope when dealing with emergency situations? The course will focus in-depth on tackling animals in pain or in stress and other key topics on veterinary practices.
Who is this course for?
This Course is Suitable for Anyone having an interest in Veterinary Support Assistant
There are no entry requirements. No background training or qualifications are required. Anyone can enroll at any time, beginners, intermediates and experienced all year round.
This course is ideal for those with an interest in a career focusing on animal care or Veterinary Practice.