Deliver basic treatments to animals
Maintain animal accommodation
Provide feed and water to animals
Companion animal anatomy and physiology
Principles of infection control for animal nursing assistants
Principles of companion animal pharmacy
Carry out reception duties
Principles of basic animal nursing assistance
Companion animal nutrition
Principles of companion animal anaesthesia and fluid therapy
Students will be working in veterinary practice for a suitable amount of time to gain experience. The qualification is managed by Myerscough College and awarded by the Awarding Body Consortium. (ABC) Student will automatically register with ABC through the enrolment onto the ANA course with Myerscough College.
The package includes:
- Course Provision
- ABC Registration
- Assessment Fees (Internal and External moderation)
Mandatory Additional Application Documents:
Learning and assessment
The course will be delivered online. All material is available through College learning space 'Canvas' There are 4 modules in total – each module is made up of 5 – 6 topics. A time scale of 10 weeks is allowed for each module to complete the tasks. The course is assessed through internal and external moderations. To pass the qualification learners are expected to cover all the learning outcomes through an assessment. The assessments are presented in various methods – assignments, MCQ’s, short answer questions, case studies, practical tasks and witness statements.
Students will need to structure their own study time and practical assessment within the veterinary practice.
Students who successfully complete the course of study may wish to remain in employment at a veterinary practice and progress on to Level 3 Diploma Veterinary Nursing (if their practice is a Training Practice (TP). Please be aware that students must have the correct entry requirements to progress onto SVN Level 3 Diploma Veterinary Nursing.