Have animals always been part of your life and would you like to make them part of your profession? Then the All-round Animal Caretaker course is for you!
As a future animal caretaker or veterinary assistant you will learn all about not only the anatomy and physiology of the animal, but also the behavior and course of life of cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, etc.
You will learn to distinguish typical breed characteristics, adjust the correct diet, maintain the coat, and provide first aid. In short, everything you need to self working with animals on a daily basis and in a professional context.
This is the dream job for every animal lover ...
You can get started right after your registration! The digital course is immediately on your profile page. The paper version will be posted immediately and you will receive it quickly at home. Thanks to the flexibility of a home study you study where and when you want. You get a year long guidance from a passionate top teacher through an online platform, so you are not alone! If you are ready, take your exam at one of our exam locations and if you pass, you will receive the diploma!
For your course you pay Animal Caretaker Allround but 1046.00 euros. For this you get the illustrated course book, practical guidance from a passionate teacher and animal freak for one year, lifelong access to the online student platform and the possibility to take a free exam within one of our exam locations within a period of five years! Everything to make your passion your job!
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Tons of actual relevant information and hours of practical exercises!
Very professional staff and very easy to get started!
I was quite skeptical to buy a course on the internet, but I decided to give it a fair chance. When I read the course information on the website, I really felt that this was a qualitative course, so I subscribed for the Vet Assistant on the training. I'm amazed by the commitment of my teacher, and I'm looking forward to become a vet assistant real soon!