City and Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing and BTEC Equine Nursing Technician students must attend a set number of 4-day study weeks to supplement the theoretical knowledge with practical training and assessment.
Equine Veterinary Nursing study weeks are held on a rotational basis with two induction study weeks held each year in; one in March and one in October.
Students are grouped into cohorts but enrolments are taken at anytime as the distance learning material can be studied while waiting to attend the induction study weeks.
Most sessions are delivered by qualified and highly experienced veterinary nurses who relate the taught subjects to real life situations in the equine clinic.
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.