Veterinary Nurse

Unicorns of the veterinary industry, nurses are rare finds, in high demand, and truly magical creatures!

OVERVIEW

A veterinary nurse is the glue that holds a practice together, and has a profound impact on patient care and client service.

It is our goal to optimize the exceptional training our vet nurses have received at Onderstepoort, Faculty of Veterinary Science, and help them to thrive in the small animal private practice. Khula focuses on building on the existing capabilities of a veterinary nurse, providing an in-depth understanding in patient care and disease processes. Our aim is to expand a nurses capabilities to allow them to step into management roles and increase practice revenue. Khula courses are designed for nurses of all experience, those qualified for a number of years and those fresh out the starting blocks.

COURSE OPTIONS

Khula Unicorn Academy

Veterinary Nurses are rare finds, in high demand and truly magical people. They are indeed the Unicorns of the Veterinary Industry.

Khula has partnered with Idexx, Medipet and Elanco Animal Health to offer an online 4 module, 6 months course to registered Veterinary Nurses. The course launches 15 November 2023. For further information and to register you can click on the following link or download our detailer here.

Bespoke Individual Training

Khula offers bespoke one-on-one online training for veterinary nurses. The modules are selected based on the experience level of the individual and practice protocols are incorporated into the training. Please get in touch for a full list of available modules. The course includes one-on-one, online training sessions with a Khula veterinarian as well as access to downloadable Khula course material. Each module is CPD accredited with the SAVC. A Khula certificate is awarded upon completion.

Specialist Khula Training

Khula partners with veterinary specialists to offer online, bespoke training for veterinary nurses. These group sessions allow for targeted mentorship, focused on topics most inspiring to veterinary nurses. The small group setting provides an excellent opportunity for case discussions and questions. Sessions are hosted online allowing for specialist training and mentorship, from the comfort of your own home. Specialist sessions are submitted for CPD accreditation.