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If you’re interested in working with animals, come along to our next Careers With Animals Day taking place at our centre in Tingley on Saturday 5th October! Whether you’re at school and looking at your options, employed in a different …

The post Interested in working with animals? Come along to Careers With Animals Day this October! appeared first on CAW Blog.

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Dates have now been set for our 2020 Clinical Coach and Head Nurse Congresses. Held in March and May at the East of England Arena and Events Centre, the congresses provide the perfect opportunity for companies from across the veterinary …

The post Exhibitor Opportunities for Veterinary Businesses appeared first on CAW Blog.

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At The College of Animal Welfare (CAW), charity support is an important part of what we do and we would like to be able to support the work of charitable organisations in the best way we can. This is why …

The post Have your say to help us support charities the best we can appeared first on CAW Blog.

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The College of Animal Welfare cordially invites you to attend a Masquerade Ball in Peterborough on Friday 1st November, in aid of the Get Jo Walking Rehabilitation Fund. This black-tie ball promises to be a fabulous evening of sophistication, glamour and …

The post Masquerade Ball – Friday 1st November appeared first on CAW Blog.

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If you’re interested in studying the Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Small Animal) programme with us, you may have asked yourself a very common question that many people ask when looking into further education: how am I going to …

The post 5 ways to fund your veterinary nurse training appeared first on CAW Blog.

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If you’re interested in studying veterinary nursing with us, you may have noticed that due to the work-based nature of the course, entry onto our Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing (Small Animal Pathway) programme requires you to either; have …

The post Tips and Advice for Gaining Work Experience in a Veterinary Practice appeared first on CAW Blog.

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If you’re working as a receptionist in a veterinary practice, our Level 2 Certificate for Veterinary Receptionists could be the perfect way for you to brush up on your professional knowledge and gain formal recognition of your expertise. This online, …

The post Boost your receptionist skills in a veterinary practice setting… appeared first on CAW Blog.

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An increasing number of us now use social media on a regular basis, be it for personal or business use. But could it be true that something designed to allow people to communicate better, has actually had an adverse effect? …

The post How Has Social Media Affected the Way We Communicate? appeared first on CAW Blog.

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There are a variety of different job roles in the animal care industry and in every one of them you can be sure that no two days are ever the same. This is already a challenge in itself, but if …

The post 4 Ways you can Challenge Yourself in your Animal Care Role appeared first on CAW Blog.

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ProCo NW, are no longer offering Veterinary Nursing training and therefore we have been able to add the Wigan centre to our current four centres in Edinburgh, Leeds, Huntingdon and Hertfordshire. Here at The College of Animal Welfare we are …

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