25G01793 Wildlife emergency assessment and care for veterinary nurses

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Course Code: 25G01793

Course Description

This 6 week course is for working and student veterinary nurses, to help them assess and care for an assortment of wildlife. The course is delivered by a veterinary nurse experienced in wildlife, and covers the main mammals, birds and reptiles commonly brought in for care. Training covers the identification, assessment and triage of wildlife, and providing emergency care. These skills can help relieve the load on the clinic veterinarian, providing accurate diagnosis and appropriate care for many of our injured and orphaned native animals.

A statement of participation is issued upon the completion of the course.


Course Sessions

Start Date:Tuesday 06/10/2020End Date:Tuesday 10/11/2020
Start Time:6.00pmEnd Time:9.00pm
Room:Room L1.06, East Geelong CampusClasses:6 weeks (18 hours)
Campus:East Geelong Campus
Seats Available:14 Cost (inc. Materials)(inc. GST):AUD$ 320.00

Date published: 21/05/2020 3:21:14 PM

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