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Veterinary Support Assistant Online Course
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  • Discover the best ways to handle and care for stressed or sick animals!
  • Nobody likes to see animals in distress, but not everyone has the mindset to help them; in this course, you’ll get to know your way around a veterinary practice to make sure this is the right career for you!
  • If you want to know how do you become a veterinary assistant, this course will show you all about this all-important role; it will show you how a veterinary practice works and the role you will play within it
  • 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   
See below for course outline!

Venture into the animal world!


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


Holly and Hugo courses are well presented and structured, with clear explanations, pictures and some include video tutorials that help you train in the procedures and techniques you’ll use when looking after many different breeds of dog, cats and other pets.