We are frequently asked the question "How can I get a job working in a Zoo?". In this video our Qualified Trainer and Assessor, and previous Zoo Keeper at Taronga Zoo, Carina talks about how she got her first job in a zoo as well as:-
► What is your favourite thing about working in a zoo?
► What advice can you give to someone who wants to work in a zoo?
If you would like to take your passion for helping animals to the next level, the best thing to do is reach out to Australia's most trusted animal care training providers. For over two decades, Applied Vocational Training (AVT) has helped aspiring animal care professionals realise their dreams by providing the highest quality career training.
If you love animals, volunteering to work with them is something worth considering. You may also want to consider a career in animal care. If you are interested in pursuing such a career path, you will need to acquire the right qualifications. AVT offers a variety of courses in fields such as animal care, horse care, vet nursing and more. To find out more about our courses and certifications, contact us.
We have been training animal care, horse care and veterinary nursing students for over 20 years in Australia. Students who undertake AVT courses range from high school-aged students just starting their pre-vocational journey right through to mature-aged students seeking an alternative career path. Graduates are highly respected and sought after by industry professionals, businesses and organisations. If you want the background knowledge and skills to help you secure your career in the animal care industry, check out our nationally recognised qualifications here or sharpen your skills in one of our workshops.
A recent NCVER VET student outcomes report for Applied Vocational Training graduates found:-