Give your career an edge with our Hands-on Practical Workshops

Are you a qualified or experienced veterinary nurse or animal carer looking to grow improve your knowledge level or skill base? Our workshops are perfect for you!

Top up your skills and join us at our purpose built campus in Bentley for our educational workshops. With a practical focus, our range of workshops will provide you with valuable skills, access to experienced lecturers and invited speakers from the veterinary and animal care industry. You will also be learning alongside a group of like-minded peers who share your passion and interests.

Our workshops usually run from 6-8pm on a weekday evening and on weekends to allow both current AVT students, previous AVT students and those already working within the animal care industry to join us. 

Schedule of Animal Care and Veterinary Nursing Workshops

Animals behaving badly - WorkshopSaturday, 13th October 20189.00am-12.30pmBook Now
Assessment sessions - for current AVT students Click here for dates and times Book Now

Animals behaving badly - Workshop

In a jam packed half-day workshop on Saturday 13th October 2018‚ leading Perth Veterinary Animal Behaviourist, Dr Nicole Lobry de Bruyn will join us on campus to unravel the best strategies for triaging dogs with common behavioural problems as well as how to run a successful and beneficial Puppy Pre-school class.

Assessment Sessions

Practical Skills Student Assessment Sessions  If you are a current AVT student who is wishing to complete worksheets in your Practical Skills Workbook, these sessions are perfect for you. Each session is focused on assessing specific practical skills and competencies covered in a particular unit of study. They are helpful if you are struggling to have your practical skills assessed and signed off in the workplace.  


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