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Veterinary Nursing Lecturer


Central College of Animal Studies is looking to recruit an additional veterinary nursing lecturer for their Suffolk centre.

This position is a part time role (2 3 days a week) and would suit someone who wants to support, inspire and encourage those training to become veterinary nurses, while assisting in the development of the curriculum and course delivery.

The successful candidate will be a qualified veterinary nurse or veterinary surgeon with demonstrable experience in lecturing students and an excellent communicator with an approachable, confident and professional manner.

You will be joining a friendly and experienced team and will be fully supported with your own professional development.

Full time could be considered and combined with veterinary nursing at one of the local veterinary practices.

To apply please email a CV and a covering letter to Jacqui Garrett recruit@ccoas.org.uk

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  • Wales to ban third party puppy and kitten sales
    Blog SpotThe Welsh Government has said it will ban third party sales of puppies and kittens, after a consultation showed overwhelming public support.

    A consultation in February received nearly 500 responses, most of whom called for greater action to improve the welfare of cats and dogs at all breeding premises.

    Concerns were also raised about online sales, impulse buying, breeder accountability and illegal puppy imports.

    A consultation will now be held on plans to implement a ban. Environment minister Lesley Griffiths said she will also revisit the current breeding regulations to improve welfare conditions.


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