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Recently Qualified Vet Nurses

Recently Qualified Vet Nurses 

Veterinary nurse opportunities at Vets Now

If you’re a recently qualified registered vet nurse or an experienced RVN who wishes to work in emergency and critical care, 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 also leads to a full time position within one of our clinics and you start earning a salary from the day you begin training.

Nursing Edge was specifically designed to provide you with the skills you need to start your career in emergency and critical care with confidence. If you're interested in finding out more download the Nursing Edge prospectus or read the blogs of other vet nurses who work for Vets Now.

Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

The learning doesn’t stop at the end of your eight-week induction. There is continual investment in your career development to help build your confidence and skills in emergency medicine and surgery.

Every vet nurse at Vets Now receives a generous CPD allowance plus access to unique training programmes developed by the clinical development team.

Helping to develop your confidence, knowledge and skills in emergency and critical care, there are various opportunities available so you can tailor your learning to your needs. You can study online at times and places that suit you, attend onsite training sessions, day seminars and our annual emergency and critical care UK congress.

We also actively encourage our nurses to complete the Cert VN ECC which has been developed by Vets Now and is a professionally recognised Level 4 qualification accredited by City & Guilds.

On top of this you’ll contribute to our online clinical governance and evidence based veterinary forums where all clinical staff support each other and share ideas and best practice. 
If you move into a management role you will also receive leadership development training to help you make the most of your people’s talents and abilities.

If you would like to apply or have any questions about Nursing Edge and other Vet Nurse opportunities, please call Allison Ballard on 01383 841181 or email allison.ballard@vets-now.com

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Nursing Edge Prospectus

February 2017 Nursing Edge

We are now taking candidates for our Nursing Edge programmes in February 2017.  

To discuss further, please call our recruitment team: 

Allison Ballard
Tel: 01383 841174
Email: 
allison.ballard@vets-now.com

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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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