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Graduate Opportunities in Veterinary Nursing

Vet nurse student opportunities At Vets Now

To get a job in one of our 53 clinics or three emergency and specialty hospitals, vet nurses normally require at least six months’ experience in small animal practice.

But if you’re a final year undergraduate or a recently qualified registered vet nurse who doesn’t tick that box don’t despair. Our Nursing Edge programme is perfect for you. Designed by our team of emergency and critical care professionals, it combines two weeks of lectures and interactive sessions with six weeks’ practical training alongside an experienced emergency vet nurse.

The course leads to a full time position within one of our clinics and you start earning a salary from the day you begin training.

On top of that we also encourage and support vet nurses to both build on their CPD and complete the Cert VN ECC qualification, which has been developed by Vets Now and is accredited by City & Guilds.

If you're interested in finding out more please download the Nursing Edge prospectus or read the blogs of other vet nurses who work for Vets Now.

Please also look out for our head of clinical nursing at your university or college.  She regularly participates in careers fairs so that you can learn first-hand what it’s like to work in out-of-hours emergency.

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Senior Nurse Manager

The one major positive is it’s never, ever boring in Farnham. If you’re looking for a challenging clinical role alongside people who have a real desire to do a great job and want to make a difference you’ll fit in well. The most important attribute is having a positive attitude. Kath Howie, Senior Nurse Manager, Farnham

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