Working as a Veterinary Nurse
Harper Adams is a veterinary nurse approved training centre. Our range of full and part-time courses are accredited by the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, and produce highly employable skilled veterinary nurses and practice managers.
Head Nurse, Heywood Veterinary Centre
Veterinary Nurse, Twycross Zoo
Veterinary Nurse, Ashcroft Veterinary Practice
Friendly, welcoming, accepting of different people, wide range of cultures, warm atmosphere, amazing facilities, range of extracurricular activities.
Registered Veterinary Nurse (RVN)
My role as a student veterinary nurse involved monitoring and maintenance of anaesthetics, diagnostic imaging, laboratory diagnostics, consults with clients, the care and husbandry of in patients and much more.
BSc (Hons) Veterinary Nursing and Practice Management
No matter how tired you are, at the end of the day you always go home feeling satisfied, knowing you have helped to make a difference to an animal’s life and that of their owner.
Veterinary Hospital Nurse, Willows Veterinary Centre
The best thing about placement was getting to do the job I had dreamed of doing and learnt so much about.
Veterinary Nurse, Willows Veterinary Hospital
Not every day will be perfect; it will be difficult and challenging and things may not always go as well as you expect. A supportive team will always help you and know, in time, that you will be able to achieve that task you struggle with.
Registered Veterinary Nurse, Woodward Veterinary Practice
I enjoy knowing that I am helping to advance the way in which animals are diagnosed and treated.
Clinical Investigation Nurse, Royal Veterinary College
You couldn’t ask for a better range of facilities right on campus
Trainee veterinary surgeon