For animal care, behaviour and training, equine care and vet nursing courses.

Dedicated to Animal Care

With over 20 years of experience, AVT is 100% dedicated to providing students with a pathway in animal care. Working closely with industry and government bodies, AVT educators write and deliver the most up to date course material in Australia. 

AVT qualifications are recognised and highly respected amongst industry professionals throughout Australia. In fact, 93% of AVT graduates are employed or enrolled in further study after training (NCVER, 2022).

Nationally Recognised

AVT is a Registered Training Organisation, and offers nationally recognised and accredited qualifications!

Government Subsidised

AVT is approved to offer a range of government funded subsidies for selected courses.

20 Years in Animal Care

AVT have delivered animal care including veterinary nursing related courses for over 20 years.

Learning Pathways

AVT offers a range of qualifications relating to the areas of animal care. You can commence your qualification in Animal Care (Animal Studies) and move on to further education in Veterinary Nursing as well as Animal Behaviour and Training. 

Whether you are just starting out or looking to expand your knowledge in these areas our qualifications are well recognised and trusted by employers.

What Students Are Saying

* Funded places are subject to eligibility and availability. Student tuition fees are indicative only and are subject to change given individual circumstances at enrolment. Additional fees may apply such as Student service and resource fees. 

News & Articles

Job Outlook for veterinary nurses 2023 in australia
Job Outlook for Vet Nurses in Australia

If you are contemplating a career in Veterinary Nursing in Australia, learn about the current and future employment outlook for a career you will never regret.

NCVER 2022 student feedback and review
Top Performance for AVT in 2022 NCVER Report

Key findings of the 2022 VET student outcomes report (satisfaction survey) shows 95% would recommend training and 93% were employed or in further study after completing training.

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