Changes at the Animal Care College
The new range of additional courses provided by the Animal Care College has led to some significant changes in its administrative structure. The tutorial team has been increased once again and now numbers over twenty while Dee Woodcock has taken up the post of Senior Tutor, joining Heather Briggs MRCVS who also remains the College's chief veterinary advisor.
There are now over thirty courses that can be studied at home available through the College, many of which are accredited by one of the UK's largest awarding bodies, the Open College Network (OCN).
The new courses include an animal management course for those owning small companion animals or working with them in pet shops, a course in complementary therapies and medicines and new basic courses designed for dog owners in choosing, caring for, training and feeding their dogs.
The college is also delighted to announce that it has formed a partnership with PAT Dogs to supplement members' knowledge and understanding of dogs and discussions about partnerships with other charities will shortly be announced.