Information about the AVT approach to Units of Competency prior to July 2017

Relevant ONLY to AVT Students who were enrolled prior to July 2017

Prior to July 2017, our Modules were different to the official units in the National course. It is important to appreciate that the official course (which is called a “Training Package”) contains units that are different to the modules we formerly offered and you enrolled in. For example, there is no unit called “Animal Diseases” in the Training Package, this topic is spread over several units such as “Assist in the healthcare of animals” The table below will give you an ideal of how this works.

As of July 2017, all students will now study the Training Package units rather than the modules described in this article.

What does this mean for you?

On completion of the Certificate IV you would have been presented with a list of units that come from the training package. The modules you have completed with us will also be listed, but do not form part of the official transcript.

Should you change training providers, only the official units will be recognised, not the module names that we use. For most students this is not an issue, and the industry widely understands titles such as “Animal Diseases” and “Animal Breeding”.

The official training package units are linked to completion of practical skills. It is important to understand that no units can be issued without completion of some practical training (see table below)

If you only part complete your course and move to another college

For students that do not complete all of the requirements for the Certificate III or IV that wish to move to another course and require credit for studies completed, we will issue a statement based on the successful completion of a number of our modules. The list below indicates what is required to be completed by the student in order to obtain a completion statement for the units of competency that are included in the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing training package.

Please contact us should you require any additional information about modules and units

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Units from the Certificate IV 

ACMGAS202A Participate in workplace communications
ACMGAS204A Feed and water animals
ACMGAS205A Assist in health care of animals
ACMGAS208A Source information for animal care needs
ACMINF301A Comply with infection control policies and procedures in animal work
ACMWHS301A Contribute to workplace health and safety processes
ACMVET201A Carry out veterinary nursing reception duties
ACMVET202A Carry out daily clinic routines
ACMVET203A Assist with surgery preparations
ACMVET401A Coordinate patient admission and discharge
ACMVET402A Apply imaging routines
ACMVET403A Perform clinic pathology procedures
ACMVET404A Perform clinic office procedures
ACMVET405A Carry out surgical nursing routines
ACMVET406A Nurse animals
ACMVET407A Carry out medical nursing routines
ACMVET408A Coordinate and perform theatre routines
ACMVET409A Provide specific animal care advice
ACMVET410A Carry out veterinary dental nursing procedures
ACMSPE304A Provide basic care of dogs
ACMSPE305A Provide basic care of domestic cats
BSBCUS301B Deliver and monitor a service to customers
BSBPRO301A Recommend products and services

 

How we arrange credit for other courses

If you do choose to not complete the course or move to another course and require credit for studies completed, we will issue a statement based on completing a number of our activities. The lists below indicate what is required for us to issue a partial completion statement for the units described above.

Please note that completion of one or a few of these units will not result in credit.

Complete ALL of our units below: We will award ALL of the following
Care of Dogs and Cats ACMGAS204A Feed & water animals
Veterinary Medical Nursing 1 ACMGAS205A Assist in health care of animals
Working with Animals, Health and Safety ACMWHS301A Contribute to workplace health and safety processes
Animal Anatomy & Physiology ACMVET401A Coordinate patient admission and discharge
Veterinary Clinical Pathology 1 ACMSPE304A Provide basic care of dogs
Veterinary Practice 1 ACMSPE305A Provide basic care of domestic cats
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Complete ALL of our units below:  We will award ALL of the following
Veterinary Surgical Nursing 1 ACMGAS208A Source information for animal care needs
Dog and Cat Diseases ACMVET202A Carry out daily clinic routines
Veterinary Medical Nursing 2 ACMVET203A Assist with surgery preparations
Veterinary Imaging 1 ACMVET402A Apply imaging routines
Veterinary Ethics and Legislation ACMVET407A Carry out medical nursing routines
 Veterinary Medical Nursing 1  ACMINF301A Comply with infection control policies and procedures in animal work
 Veterinary Practice 2
. .
Complete ALL of our units below: We will award ALL of the following
Veterinary Clinical Pathology 2 ACMVET201A Carry out vet nursing reception duties
Business Operations (Animals) ACMVET408A Coordinate and perform theatre routines
Veterinary Surgical Nursing 2 ACMVET403A Perform clinic pathology procedures
Veterinary Anaesthetic Nursing 1 ACMVET405A Carry out surgical nursing routines
Veterinary Anaesthetic Nursing 2 ACMVET406A Nurse animals
 Small Business with Animals  ACMVET404A Perform clinic office procedures
 Veterinary Practice 3
. .
Complete ALL of our units below: We will award ALL of the following
All Workshops ACMVET409A Provide specific animal care advice
Animal Breeding ACMVET410A Carry out veterinary dental nursing procedures
Veterinary Pharmacy AMGAS202A Participate in workplace communications
Veterinary Dental Nursing BSBCUS301B Deliver and monitor a service to customers
Emergency Veterinary Nursing BSBPRO301A Recommend products and services
Veterinary Imaging 2
Animal Behaviour
Animal Nutrition & Feeding
 Business Operations (Animals)
 Small Business with Animals
 Veterinary Practice 4

Please Note: Full time students complete workshops as part of their full time course