Courses Held at Centaur
Level 3 Award in Canine Emergency First Aid
Rachel Bean has been in Veterinary Practice for 20 years. She is a Registered Veterinary Nurse registered with The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons and qualified in 2002.
This length of time in frontline practice gives her the necessary experience in Emergency situations and how to deal with trauma, accidents and life threatening conditions.
It is her view that tutors should have real experience in emergency situations to be able to teach effectively. The skills needed in Veterinary Practice, empathy, understanding, precision and forward thinking compliment perfectly the skills needed to be in Practice such as practical handling, breed knowledge and a natural passion for dogs. This combination of experience both practical and theoretical is a rare combination and places Rachel above and beyond the average Veterinary Nurse.
The iPET Network Level 3 Award in Canine Emergency First Aid is perfect for owners and professionals alike who want to be prepared should a pet need emergency treatment. The qualification covers the most commonly faced canine needs such as how to treat injury, dressing wounds, allergic reactions, stings, poisoning, choking, seizures, CPR, hypothermia and much more.
The qualification is an excellent balance of theoretical and practical learning to ensure Candidates have the knowledge required should they ever be faced with an emergency first aid situation.
Duration: 1 day (9:30 – 16:30)
This qualification is valid for 3 years before requiring a refresher training day.