Why we should all play a role in VN training

Nicola Ackerman
Wednesday, December 2, 2015

I've personally been involved with student training since I qualified and have seen over 40 students pass through training practices that I have worked in. It makes me feel exceptionally proud that knowledge I have passed on to my students has helped them to succeed in their chosen career as a veterinary nurse or technician. Student training is vital in creating the next generation of nurses/technicians and we should all take some responsibility in the creation of these people and the standard of nursing ability that we impart on to them.

Why we should all play a role in VN training
Why we should all play a role in VN training

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