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Veterinary Graduates with no ECC Experience

Apply to Vets Now emergency and critical care graduate programme

Cutting Edge is our industry-leading emergency and critical care programme. It’s perfectly suited to recently qualified veterinary surgeons with at least six months' experience or vets who are already working in small animal practice but want to take the step into sole charge emergency work.

The 10-week induction programme combines lectures and interactive seminars with practical training in our clinical skills laboratory and cadaver surgery, as well as mentored work in our clinics. If you qualify for a place on Cutting Edge you’ll be paid a competitive salary from the day you begin and after your induction you’ll join the Vets Now team in one of our emergency clinics.

To be eligible for Cutting Edge, you’ll need at least six months’ full-time small animal clinical experience, post-qualification. The programme will then build on the skills you’ve already gained, equipping you to take sole charge in one of our busy emergency clinics.

Download the Cutting Edge prospectus or join our next webinar to find out more.

Contact our recruitment team

If you would like to discuss any of our graduate opportunities, call our recruitment team on 01383 841181 or for more information email recruitment@vets-now.com.

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  • Septermber 2017

January 2017 Cutting Edge

We are now taking candidates for our Cutting and Refresh Edge programmes in January 2017.  Please contact Recruitment Team on 01383 807547 or email recruitment@vets-now.com to discuss.

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