As a veterinary nurse you should be hard working, passionate about animals, pragmatic and dedicated to your work; many veterinary nurses end up taking their work home with them - often quite literally in the form of kittens and that need hand rearing or abandoned or stray animals.
Some of the tasks you may be involved with include:
Find out more on the Institute of Apprenticeships.
You will cover the following requirements from Knowledge, Skills and Behaviours
Skill covered include: Legislation affecting practice, communication, clinical skills, self-management and professionalism.
Minimum of 5 GCSEs at grade 9-4 or equivalent in Maths, English and a science subject, plus two others.
Apprenticeships are assessed by classroom study coursework and assessments along with on-the-job practicals.
On completion of this course, you can progress onto further study in this field or into a career in the sector.