Successfully completing your studies and practical skills placements and gaining your Certification is a great first step toward a career as a Vet Nurse or Vet Technician. Putting your newly acquired skills to work in an entry-level job is the next step.
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As an aspiring Vet Nurse or Vet Technician, you should already know that the biggest challenge facing you in gaining your certification is not about passing your exams, it is in securing the practical skills hours you need. And it isn’t…
Learn about what it takes to secure the important practical hours for your Vet Nurse Certification, find out more about this week’s key jobs including an Emergency Veterinary Director role, join our LinedIn and Facebook groups that are growing rapidly and see the latest Veterinary news from around the web.
One way to enhance your income as a Vet Nurse is to focus on your career development and work your way rapidly up through the ranks. Let your experience, expertise and ability “self-negotiate” career advancement and achieve the rewards that you deserve.
Experience our latest article on Vet Nurse career development, discover the best jobs, check out our LinkedIn and Facebook groups and discover the latest news and innovations in the Veterinary sphere.
Connecting Veterinary Professionals One Click At A Time We have been building up some regional LinkedIn and Facebook groups to help the industry share their career opportunities and locum gigs in a more structured way – open to everyone, job seekers, employers and recruiters. But we also want these groups to be more than just […]
How To Manage Veterinary “Compassion Fatigue” Those that don’t take care of themselves may reach the point of being unable to care for others… You probably don’t get told this enough but we are deeply grateful that as a Vet or Vet Nurse or Veterinary Team Member you care for our pets and animals. You […]