Equine First Aid Workshop
To be held at TOCES’ new purpose built Education Centre, near Bury St. Edmunds, Suffolk
This interactive and hands-on workshop is designed for anyone wishing to learn more about emergency and first aid care of horses.
It is ideal for:
- Students completing any of TOCES’ first aid, stable management or horse care programmes
- Horse owners or yard managers/workers wishing to update their knowledge
Both TOCES students and non-students are welcome to attend.
Held over one day, the workshop is comprised of:
- Taught lectures delivered by subject experts
- Practical demonstrations, incorporating hands-on practical bandaging and wound management techniques
- Interactive teaching sessions such as group discussions and case scenarios
Workshop fee: £90 (£75 for TOCES students)
The workshop is to be offered on a first come, first serve basis. We are anticipating a high volume of interest so early registration is essential.
In order to secure your place, payment is required at time of booking. Please use the relevant secure PayPal link below to process payment. Alternatively, please call TOCES Office on 01284 811401.
For further information regarding this workshop, please contact Charlotte Bullard firstname.lastname@example.org
TOCES is approved by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) to provide veterinary nursing training programmes leading to registration on the RCVS Register of Veterinary Nurses. These courses are well established with proven success rates; TOCES has been commended by the RCVS for excellent results.
Our blended learning delivery mode meets the needs of busy practices and their teams
Expert Teaching Staff
TOCES’ teaching team consists of course advisors, lecturers and tutors, all of whom are expert industry professionals, with a wealth of knowledge in their field. Between them, members of the team hold a combination of PhDs, Master of Science degrees, Post-Graduate Certificates in Education, Bachelor of Veterinary Medicine and Science degrees, Veterinary Nursing diplomas and degrees and British Horse Society qualifications.