Veterinary Support Assistant Online Course!

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  • Valid from 12 Oct. – 12 Dec. 2018
  • Redemption period: 2 months from deal’s start date
  • Limit 1 voucher per person
  • Course content available for 12 months after purchasing
  • May buy multiple vouchers as gifts
  • Vouchers not redeemed by 11 Dec. 2018 will NOT be refunded
  • From the moment you start your course you’ll have 45 days to complete it. You can get an extension if you need more time
  • You’ll get a free PDF certificate at the end of the course issued by Holly And Hugo and confirming your course completion. 
  • In order to be eligible for the certificate you need to successfully complete the course and pass each course module
  • You can also request an internationally recognised certificate issued by independent accreditation body – International Council for Online Educational Standards. This certificate is issued in hard copy only and is posted to your address. Certificate fee applies.
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  • You’ll get access to detailed video tutorials, practical examples and useful tips
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Veterinary Support Assistant Online Course
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  • Do you dream of a rewarding career caring for animals? Before you start, find out what you’ll really be letting yourself in for
  • Learn the right way to handle animals and recognize the signs that they’re stressed or in pain
  • To have better knowledge of animals and be prepared for emergencies or administer first aid
  • Impress potential employers with your knowledge of veterinary terminology, anatomy and animal psychology
  • Prepare the groundwork for when you start your animal-related degree


Who is this course for?

  • Anyone who comes into contact with animals and wants to react the right way to emergencies or any situation
  • Animal lovers who want to help sick or distressed animals to make them calmer and not stress them out even more
  • You, if you dream of working with animals and would like to boost your CV to show employers you have animal-care training or to gain a competitive advantage for your existing business


  • Gain a competitive edge as an existing business or set up your own business through your increased knowledge of cats and their care.
  • Buying the course and planning to move? No problem! You can access the course from anywhere in the world
  • You’ll be assessed as you progress throughout the course and you can easily track your progress and marks in your user area
  • You can buy the course now but start the course anytime within the one year period
  • We all have a busy life and we get it. You can study anytime you wish: late in the evening, weekends – whatever suits you better
  • You’ll get access to detailed video tutorials, practical examples and really useful tips.

See below for course outline!

Become a vet assistant with 92% off!


Course Modules:

Module 1: Veterinary Practice And The Veterinary Support Assistant

  • 1.1 Understand how a veterinary practice works and where you fit in
  • 1.2 Discover the important role of a Veterinary Support Assistant
  • 1.3 Find out about the structure of a veterinary clinic
  • 1.4 What role each person plays
  • 1.5 Importance of confidentiality and professionalism

Module 2: Developing Your Skill Set

  • 2.1 What you will find in the Practice Manual
  • 2.2 Know your breeds so you know how to handle them
  • 2.3 Listen and learn from what the vet tells clients
  • 2.4 The importance of legally-binding consent forms
  • 2.5 Phone skills to create a first-class impression
  • 2.6 Tips for working at reception
  • 2.7 How to deal with anxious clients
  • 2.8 Using your initiative to be one step ahead of the game
  • 2.9 Looking and acting like a professional

Module 3: Veterinary Terminology

  • 3.1 Commonly used terms and their meanings
  • 3.2 Common procedures you will encounter
  • 3.3 Abbreviations
  • 3.4 Equipment within the practice

Module 4: Basic Animal Handling

  • 4.1 The principles of handling animals
  • 4.2 How to correctly handle dogs
  • 4.3 Handling cats for tests or operations
  • 4.4 Handling small mammals
  • 4.5 Handling exotic animals safely

Module 5: Animal Psychology

  • 5.1 Find out how animals react to stress
  • 5.2 Reading body language so you can react in the right way
  • 5.3 Minimizing stress so animals become calmer
  • 5.4 Recognizing and dealing with pain in animals

Module 6: Advanced Animal Handling

  • 6.1 Tools for handling the fractious animal
  • 6.2 Restraining the fractious animal so he can be treated
  • 6.3 Holding an animal for a medical examination
  • 6.4 Holding an animal for a minor procedure
  • 6.5 Holding an animal for a blood draw

Module 7: Around The Veterinary Practice

  • 7.1 Surgery theater protocol to contain germs and diseases
  • 7.2 Disinfecting and cleaning protocols for the consultation room
  • 7.3 How to prepare animals for operations and surgical procedures
  • 7.4 Techniques for sterilizing instruments
  • 7.5 Importance of disinfection and disease control

Module 8: Care Of In Patients

  • 8.1 How to monitor animals, update charts and spot what is normal and what isn’t
  • 8.2 Why TLC is vital in providing the optimum environment
  • 8.3 Special measures such as hand feeding and critical care
  • 8.4 Taking and reporting vital signs

Module 9: Feeding Animals

  • 9.1 Feeding healthy animals – types of foods
  • 9.2 Giving the correct advice about food and surgery
  • 9.3 Life stage nutrition for animals of all ages
  • 9.4 Administering prescription diets
  • 9.5 How to feed a sick animal back to health

Module 10: Basic Anatomy

  • 10.1 Learning important anatomical terms
  • 10.2 How animals differ from people

Module 11: Basic Physiology

  • 11.1 Getting to know physiological terms
  • 11.2 Monitoring and understanding temperature, pulse and respiration rates

Module 12: Euthanasia

  • 12.1 Helping pet guardians make a difficult decision
  • 12.2 Making arrangements for end of life choices
  • 12.3 Euthanasia etiquette – dealing with the emotional side
  • 12.4 How euthanasia is performed
  • 12.5 Deciding on a burial or cremation

Module 13: Emergencies

  • 13.1 Dealing with an emergency
  • 13.2 Your role during an emergency
  • 13.3 Basic principles of resuscitation

Module 14: First Aid

  • 14.1 Learning basic first aid techniques
  • 14.2 How to help an animal which is bleeding
  • 14.3 Symptoms of shock and how to treat them
  • 14.4 Dealing with breathing difficulties
  • 14.5 Handling fractures

Module 15: Health & Safety, And Regulations

  • 15.1 Risks within the veterinary environment
  • 15.2 The importance of hygiene
  • 15.3 Ionizing radiation regulations
  • 15.4 Prescribing regulations
  • 15.5 Disposal of clinical waste