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Pets on Elgar

Pets on Elgar is a veterinary clinic run by veterinary nursing and pet grooming students. Services include annual health checks, vaccinations, microchipping, minor surgical procedures, hydrobathing, and pet grooming for dogs, cats and rabbits. All services are performed by our students under supervision.

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What is a Certificate II in Animal Studies?

A Certificate II in Animal Studies is a program that provides you with the basic skills and knowledge to become an animal carer. In the course, you will learn how to care for a variety of animals and gain the practical skills and basic knowledge you need for entry-level work in the animal care industry.

What do you learn in the Certificate III in Animal Studies (Speciliasing in Animal Care)?

In the Certificate III in Animal Studies (Specialising in Animal Care) course, you will learn the basic skills and knowledge for animal care including animal health management, nutrition, hygiene and animal-care communication skills.

How long is the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing?

Studying the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing full time will see the course completed in 2 years. Off campus completion typically takes 3 years, however this time will vary depending on your input.

What career outcomes are available after studying Certificate III in Captive Animals?

Upon successful completion of the Certificate III in Captive Animals, you will be prepared for a career as a trainee keeper, pre-trade keeper, assistant keeper, animal care attendant or wildlife animal carer.

What is a Certificate III in Equine Studies?

A Certificate III in Equine Studies will provide an introduction to the equine industry. You will learn the skills and knowledge to work safely with horses, including basic horse husbandry and care, understanding equine behaviour, daily work routines and equine anatomy.

How long is the Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services?

The Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services is completed in 12 months for full time students and approximately 2 years for part time students, depending on your input.

How many units are there in the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing?

There are 17 core units and 4 elective units for the Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing.

What is a Diploma of Animal Technology?

A Diploma of Animal Technology is a course designed to help you gain industry knowledge and learn the practical skills required to work as an animal technician in a medical research facility or similar establishment. You will gain knowledge about basic non-surgical techniques, the use of anaesthesia in animals, animal breeding, routine animal husbandry and how to ensure the wellbeing of animals.

What career outcomes are available after studying a Diploma of Animal Technology?

Upon successful completion of the Diploma of Animal Technology, there are a range of job opportunities including animal technology manager, facility manager, animal technologist, animal house manager and supervising animal technician.

What is the Graduate Diploma of Animal Biomechanical Medicine?

A Graduate Diploma of Animal Biomechanical Medicine is designed for experienced veterinarians, chiropractors or osteopaths to upskill you into applying biomechanical care to animal patients. You learn the relevant canine and equine anatomy, biomechanics and neurophysiology and gain skills in safe work practices, assessing and interpreting animal patient response and examination techniques.