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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Happy Vet Nurse Day everyone!!
Today is a day to recognise and celebrate all of the amazing and invaluable contributions vet nurses make every single day to Veterinary practice.
We couldn't be more proud of all of you!
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Gowning & Gloving Relay in todays theory session.
**Disclaimer: this is NOT how gowning & gloving should occur in a real-working Veterinary Environment.
Our students can rely on Trainer, Nicole, to find activities that help get through Wednesday hump day.
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Gowning & gloving Relay in todays theory session.
**Disclaimer: This is NOT how gowning & gloving should be performed in a real-working Veterinary Environment**.
ACAAS students can always rely on trainer Nicole to find innovative ideas to get through Wednesday Hump Day.
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We are currently accepting applications for our February 2018 intake of students for the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing and the Certificate II in Animal Studies.
Please contact Liz Hoffmann (ehoffmann@acaas.vic.edu.au) for an application form or for more information.
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