Want To Train As A Veterinary Nurse?

The Australian College of Applied Animal Studies can help you achieve your dream of working as a vet nurse taking care of animals. Our trainers have years of experience working in the veterinary industry, working with wildlife and working with horses.

Unique to ACAAS is our system of mentoring where students receive individual mentoring (by ACAAS staff) – assisting in real life situations that are part of the daily requirements of a veterinary clinic. This practical training ensures that all students have the highly developed professional skills required by the veterinary industry.

With small class sizes – never more than 15, students enjoy an outstanding learning environment designed to produce practicing veterinary nurses with the knowledge and skills to make a significant contribution to animal health and welfare.

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Meet Philippa (aka Philly).
Philippa started with ACAAS in February this year & we think she's pretty awesome 😊
5 fun facts about Philly:
- Completed the Diploma of vet nursing studies back in New Zealand
- Has been in Australia for 6 years & has always had a huge interest in Australian Wildlife.
- Really likes watching documentaries by the amazing David Attenborough
- Favourite food: Delicious home made veggie burger
- Favourite kinds of music: folk, country, blues, jazz and maybe abit of rock and hip hop
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Looking for any unused veterinary or veterinary nursing textbooks to increase our reference library.
Contact us if you have some looking for a super home.
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Staff birthdays a plenty this week. Happy Birthday to all ... See MoreSee Less

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While we have been quiet on our Facebook page this term, our trainers have been super busy at the college.
Wishing all our followers a wonderful & safe easter break.
Will be sure to post here more throughout Term 2 & look forward to introducing you to some new faces that have joined the ACAAS family.
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