Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia

NCert (Anaesth)

Veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia have advanced significantly during recent years.

The Nurses’ Certificate (NCert) in Anaesthesia Programme aims to increase confidence in this important area of veterinary nursing. It is possible to study for the NCert through a Consolidated Learning Programme, which enables students to access the entire Anaesthesia programme in just three months and take learnings more quickly back to practice.

During the year’s programme, lecture-based and practical sessions will review:

  • the latest anaesthetic and monitoring equipment
  • the selection of key anaesthetic and analgesic agents
  • techniques for safe anaesthesia
  • effective analgesia in dogs, cats, equines and exotics

Your journey through our Certificate programme

Timings, assessment and learning support

The individual courses are held within a face to face training environment, giving you the opportunity to meet like-minded people and share experiences.

You can start on a Nurse Certificate programme at any time in the year and choose to study over a period of one to three years towards the exam or opt to attend the individual modules. If you are working towards the Certificate, you will need to attend all taught modules and register for the exam with ISVPS, which is a multiple-choice examination.

Entry Requirements:

In order to attain the NCert qualification you must be able to prove your eligibility by either uploading your veterinary nursing qualification certificate or RCVS/VCI number to Improve once you have booked onto your programme of study. 

You can attend the modules if you are a student, or not in practice and enrolled with the RCVS; however, you will not be able to attain the NCert qualification.

Course timings:

09.00    Registration
09.30    Course Starts
17.00    Course Finishes

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 1 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
1 Sep 2021
24 Jun 2022
p
8 Day Course
Swindon
Emma Love, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 22 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
22 Sep 2021
8 Jul 2022
p
8 Day Course
Sheffield
Georgina Beaumont, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

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The course was fantastic, the speakers were great, full of knowledge and used a variety of teaching and learning aids. I have developed new skills, techniques and become more confident in taking these back to use in practice straight away, thus helping with patient anaesthesia and pain relief. Read more... Georgina Little

RVN NCert(A&CC)

The Anaesthetic Machine and Monitoring Equipment
1 Sep 2021 | Swindon

The anaesthetic machine is an essential tool for inhalation anaesthesia. A good working knowledge of both the machine and breathing circuit is essential to ensure the safety of the patient.

This course will cover the different types of machines available and will review available breathing circuits. The range of monitoring equipment in veterinary practice has increased significantly over the last few years and the latest thinking on this topic will be presented.

• The anaesthetic machine
• Breathing systems
• The anaesthetic record
• Ancillary anaesthetic equipment
• Basic and advanced monitoring of anaesthesia
• Ventilators

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the key components of the anaesthetic machine and the path of oxygen through it
  • Explain how the different anaesthetic breathing systems work
  • Be able to choose an appropriate breathing system for a patient and calculate the correct fresh gas flow
  • Describe the theory of rebreathing systems and show how to use low flow anaesthesia safely.
  • Outline the importance of the anaesthetic record and be able to complete them correctly
  • Have an overview from basic through to advanced monitoring
  • Be able to identify different pieces of ancillary anaesthetic equipment, describe how they work and demonstrate when to use each individual item.
  • Summarize when artificial ventilation is used, outline the pros and cons, and describe different types of ventilators.

Speaker: Emma Love BVMS CertVA DipECVAA DVA PhD FHEA MRCVS
Pre-anaesthetic Assessment and Pre-medication. Intravenous and Inhalant Anaesthetics
2 Sep 2021 | Swindon

This course will cover how to assess the patient before anaesthesia and the different drugs available for pre-medication. General anaesthesia may be induced by injectable drugs or inhalational agents. These will be reviewed along with methods of maintaining anaesthesia.

• Principles of pre-anaesthestic assessments
• Pre-anaesthetic medication and patient preparation
• Injectable induction agents
• Inhalational agents

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the role of pre-anaesthetic assessment including clinical exam findings, history taking and additional tests
  • Memorize the American Society of Anaesthesiologists classification
  • Explain different aspects of patient pre-anaesthetic preparation including starvation
  • Outline the basic pharmacology of drugs used for pre-anaesthetic medication, anaesthetic induction and maintenance.
  • List the reasons to provide pre-anaesthetic medication
  • Consider the situations in which certain premedication, induction of maintenance drugs will be chosen over others.
  • Describe the newer agents available.

Speaker: Emma Love BVMS CertVA DipECVAA DVA PhD FHEA MRCVS
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Accidents and Emergencies
to be confirmed | Swindon

The causes of cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) will be covered as will how to recognise ‘at risk’ patients. The aim of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is to support ventilation and circulation until natural functions can be restored and maintained. Equipment and resources needed for CPR will be included and a step-by-step ‘how’ to’ guide.

• Fluid balance in the body
• Types of fluid losses
• Crystalloids and colloids
• Transfusion medicine
• Critical care nutrition

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the fluid balance in the body
  • Summarize the different types of fluid losses a veterinary patient may experience
  • Evaluate dehydration and hypovolaemia in a patient.
  • Name the different types of fluids, and demonstrate when you might choose crystalloids or colloids
  • Devise a fluid therapy plan and perform the relevant calculations
  • Formulate a strategic plan to be able to monitor patients undergoing fluid therapy.
  • Describe the principles of transfusion medicine and outline the different blood components available.
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for feline and canine blood donation and be able to describe the technique of obtaining a blood donation.
  • Use calculations used to estimate amount of blood required to transfuse anaemic patients
  • Describe the importance of nutrition in the critical patient and identify which techniques would be suited to which patients.

Speaker: Pamela Murison BVMS CertVA,DipECVAA,DVA,PhD MRCVS
Anaesthesia of Equine and Exotics Species
to be confirmed | Swindon

There are naturally some important differences when planning anaesthesia in both equine and exotic species. This module will cover the different drugs and techniques available for both the horse and also common ‘exotic’ species.

• Equine anaesthesia
• Avian anaesthesia
• Reptilian anaesthesia
• Small mammal anaesthesia

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Consider the horse as an anaesthetic candidate
  • Outline the procedures involved in equine anaesthesia
  • Describe the basic pharmacology of the drugs and the monitoring techniques used in equine anaesthesia
  • Identify the complications in equine anaesthesia and discuss how to prevent them
  • Recognise the special considerations for anaesthesia in different species including: birds, reptiles, ferrets, rabbits and other small mammals
  • Consider the difficulties and techniques to achieve endo-tracheal intubation, anaesthetic monitoring and vascular access in these species.

Speaker: Pamela Murison BVMS CertVA,DipECVAA,DVA,PhD MRCVS
Fluid Therapy in the Perioperative Period. Nutrition in Critical Care
24 Mar 2022 | Swindon

Fluid therapy is often seen as complicated by both nurses and vets. This module aims to demystify the subject and explain the reasons why every nurse should understand the basics of fluid balance, fluid therapy and fluid administration.

How to calculate fluid requirements, rates of administration and monitoring techniques will be covered. Nutritional support for the anaesthetised patient will also be included.

• Fluid balance in the body
• Types of fluid losses
• Crystalloids and colloids
• Transfusion medicine
• Critical care nutrition

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the fluid balance in the body
  • Summarize the different types of fluid losses a veterinary patient may experience
  • Evaluate dehydration and hypovolaemia in a patient.
  • Name the different types of fluids, and demonstrate when you might choose crystalloids or colloids
  • Devise a fluid therapy plan and perform the relevant calculations
  • Formulate a strategic plan to be able to monitor patients undergoing fluid therapy.
  • Describe the principles of transfusion medicine and outline the different blood components available.
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for feline and canine blood donation and be able to describe the technique of obtaining a blood donation.
  • Use calculations used to estimate amount of blood required to transfuse anaemic patients
  • Describe the importance of nutrition in the critical patient and identify which techniques would be suited to which patients.

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Analgesia and Pain Assessment
25 Mar 2022 | Swindon

This course will cover the pathophysiology of pain and how to recognise and assess pain in the different species.

The different types of drugs available for analgesia will be reviewed for short, medium and long term use. The concept of pre-emptive analgesia will be covered along with multi-modal analgesia.

• Physiology of pain
• Pain assessment
• Analgesic drugs
• Continuous rate infusions for analgesia

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the types of nociceptors and how they work
  • Outline the pain pathway and be able to identify where on the pathway different analgesic drugs work
  • Compare different pain scoring systems and recognise signs of pain in different species.
  • Outline the basic pharmacology of different analgesic drugs including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, local anaesthetics, ketamine and alpha 2 agonists
  • Identify different local anaesthetic techniques including epidurals, and justify the clinical cases in which they might be used.
  • Explain the basic pharmacology of continuous rate infusions for analgesic drugs
  • Be able to calculate a continuous rate infusion from information given.
  • Identify the tools used to assess and monitor chronic pain

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions I
16 Jun 2022 | Swindon

Certain conditions require the anaesthetist to employ different techniques from those routinely used. The use of neuromuscular blocking agents will be covered in this course as well as planning anaesthesia for thoracic surgery, head and neck surgery, patients with cardiopulmonary disease and those with neurological problems.

  • Neuromuscular blockade
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing thoracic surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing head and neck surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Anaesthesia for patients with neurological disease

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe normal neuro-muscular physiology
  • Idenitify different neuromuscular blocking drugs and describe techniques to monitor blockade
  • Outline the principles of intermittent positive pressure ventilation (IPPV).
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for IPPV and be able to set basic ventilation settings
  • Outline the considerations for anaesthesia for thoracic surgery including IPPV and the need for appropriate analgesia
  • Explain the considerations for anaesthesia for head and neck surgery including airway protection and monitoring of anaesthesia
  • Explain the general considerations for anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Describe the more specific considerations for patients with different murmurs and heart diseases
  • Recognise the signs and contributing factors to raised intra-cranial pressure (ICP) and describe the different treatment options to reduce elevated ICP.
  • Summarize the difficulties involved with anaesthetising patients in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions II
17 Jun 2022 | Swindon

This course will cover how to plan an anaesthetic for both the patient undergoing a caesarean operation, the paediatric and geriatric patient. In addition, considerations for anaesthesia for patients with renal or liver failure and for particular endocrinopathies will be discussed. All of these situations place particular demands on the anaesthetist and the importance of patient assessment, drug selection, induction/maintenance techniques and monitoring will be covered.

• Anaesthesia of the pregnant patient
• Anaesthesia of paediatric patients
• Anaesthesia of geriatric patients
• Anaesthesia of patients with liver disease
• Anaesthesia of patients with renal disease
• Anaesthesia of patients with endocrinopathies

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the physiological changes present during pregnancy
  • Explain the considerations for Caesarean section and describe how to manage them
  • Summarize the physiological differences in geriatric and paediatric patients
  • Demonstrate ways to manage the anaesthesia of geriatric and paediatric patients
  • Outline the effects that hepatic dysfunction, renal dysfunction or different endocrinopathies will have on anaesthesia.
  • Demonstrate how to plan an anaesthetic for patients with kidney disease, liver disease and endocrinopathies to avoid worsening dysfunction.

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 1 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
1 Sep 2021
24 Jun 2022
p
8 Day Course
Swindon
Emma Love, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT
The Anaesthetic Machine and Monitoring Equipment
22 Sep 2021 | Sheffield

The anaesthetic machine is an essential tool for inhalation anaesthesia. A good working knowledge of both the machine and breathing circuit is essential to ensure the safety of the patient.

This course will cover the different types of machines available and will review available breathing circuits. The range of monitoring equipment in veterinary practice has increased significantly over the last few years and the latest thinking on this topic will be presented.

• The anaesthetic machine
• Breathing systems
• The anaesthetic record
• Ancillary anaesthetic equipment
• Basic and advanced monitoring of anaesthesia
• Ventilators

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Recognize the key components of the anaesthetic machine and the path of oxygen through it
  • Explain how the different anaesthetic breathing systems work
  • Be able to choose an appropriate breathing system for a patient and calculate the correct fresh gas flow
  • Describe the theory of rebreathing systems and show how to use low flow anaesthesia safely.
  • Outline the importance of the anaesthetic record and be able to complete them correctly
  • Have an overview from basic through to advanced monitoring
  • Be able to identify different pieces of ancillary anaesthetic equipment, describe how they work and demonstrate when to use each individual item.
  • Summarize when artificial ventilation is used, outline the pros and cons, and describe different types of ventilators.

Speaker: Georgina Beaumont BVSc(Hons) MANZCVSc(VA&CC) MRCVS
Pre-anaesthetic Assessment and Pre-medication. Intravenous and Inhalant Anaesthetics
23 Sep 2021 | Sheffield

This course will cover how to assess the patient before anaesthesia and the different drugs available for pre-medication. General anaesthesia may be induced by injectable drugs or inhalational agents. These will be reviewed along with methods of maintaining anaesthesia.

• Principles of pre-anaesthestic assessments
• Pre-anaesthetic medication and patient preparation
• Injectable induction agents
• Inhalational agents

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the role of pre-anaesthetic assessment including clinical exam findings, history taking and additional tests
  • Memorize the American Society of Anaesthesiologists classification
  • Explain different aspects of patient pre-anaesthetic preparation including starvation
  • Outline the basic pharmacology of drugs used for pre-anaesthetic medication, anaesthetic induction and maintenance.
  • List the reasons to provide pre-anaesthetic medication
  • Consider the situations in which certain premedication, induction of maintenance drugs will be chosen over others.
  • Describe the newer agents available.

Speaker: Georgina Beaumont BVSc(Hons) MANZCVSc(VA&CC) MRCVS
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Accidents and Emergencies
to be confirmed | Sheffield

The causes of cardiopulmonary arrest (CPA) will be covered as will how to recognise ‘at risk’ patients. The aim of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is to support ventilation and circulation until natural functions can be restored and maintained. Equipment and resources needed for CPR will be included and a step-by-step ‘how’ to’ guide.

• Fluid balance in the body
• Types of fluid losses
• Crystalloids and colloids
• Transfusion medicine
• Critical care nutrition

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the fluid balance in the body
  • Summarize the different types of fluid losses a veterinary patient may experience
  • Evaluate dehydration and hypovolaemia in a patient.
  • Name the different types of fluids, and demonstrate when you might choose crystalloids or colloids
  • Devise a fluid therapy plan and perform the relevant calculations
  • Formulate a strategic plan to be able to monitor patients undergoing fluid therapy.
  • Describe the principles of transfusion medicine and outline the different blood components available.
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for feline and canine blood donation and be able to describe the technique of obtaining a blood donation.
  • Use calculations used to estimate amount of blood required to transfuse anaemic patients
  • Describe the importance of nutrition in the critical patient and identify which techniques would be suited to which patients.

Speaker: Pamela Murison BVMS CertVA,DipECVAA,DVA,PhD MRCVS
Anaesthesia of Equine and Exotics Species
to be confirmed | Sheffield

There are naturally some important differences when planning anaesthesia in both equine and exotic species. This module will cover the different drugs and techniques available for both the horse and also common ‘exotic’ species.

• Equine anaesthesia
• Avian anaesthesia
• Reptilian anaesthesia
• Small mammal anaesthesia

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Consider the horse as an anaesthetic candidate
  • Outline the procedures involved in equine anaesthesia
  • Describe the basic pharmacology of the drugs and the monitoring techniques used in equine anaesthesia
  • Identify the complications in equine anaesthesia and discuss how to prevent them
  • Recognise the special considerations for anaesthesia in different species including: birds, reptiles, ferrets, rabbits and other small mammals
  • Consider the difficulties and techniques to achieve endo-tracheal intubation, anaesthetic monitoring and vascular access in these species.

Speaker: Pamela Murison BVMS CertVA,DipECVAA,DVA,PhD MRCVS
Fluid Therapy in the Perioperative Period. Nutrition in Critical Care
10 Mar 2022 | Sheffield

Fluid therapy is often seen as complicated by both nurses and vets. This module aims to demystify the subject and explain the reasons why every nurse should understand the basics of fluid balance, fluid therapy and fluid administration.

How to calculate fluid requirements, rates of administration and monitoring techniques will be covered. Nutritional support for the anaesthetised patient will also be included.

• Fluid balance in the body
• Types of fluid losses
• Crystalloids and colloids
• Transfusion medicine
• Critical care nutrition

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Outline the fluid balance in the body
  • Summarize the different types of fluid losses a veterinary patient may experience
  • Evaluate dehydration and hypovolaemia in a patient.
  • Name the different types of fluids, and demonstrate when you might choose crystalloids or colloids
  • Devise a fluid therapy plan and perform the relevant calculations
  • Formulate a strategic plan to be able to monitor patients undergoing fluid therapy.
  • Describe the principles of transfusion medicine and outline the different blood components available.
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for feline and canine blood donation and be able to describe the technique of obtaining a blood donation.
  • Use calculations used to estimate amount of blood required to transfuse anaemic patients
  • Describe the importance of nutrition in the critical patient and identify which techniques would be suited to which patients.

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Analgesia and Pain Assessment
11 Mar 2022 | Sheffield

This course will cover the pathophysiology of pain and how to recognise and assess pain in the different species.

The different types of drugs available for analgesia will be reviewed for short, medium and long term use. The concept of pre-emptive analgesia will be covered along with multi-modal analgesia.

• Physiology of pain
• Pain assessment
• Analgesic drugs
• Continuous rate infusions for analgesia

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the types of nociceptors and how they work
  • Outline the pain pathway and be able to identify where on the pathway different analgesic drugs work
  • Compare different pain scoring systems and recognise signs of pain in different species.
  • Outline the basic pharmacology of different analgesic drugs including opioids, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, local anaesthetics, ketamine and alpha 2 agonists
  • Identify different local anaesthetic techniques including epidurals, and justify the clinical cases in which they might be used.
  • Explain the basic pharmacology of continuous rate infusions for analgesic drugs
  • Be able to calculate a continuous rate infusion from information given.
  • Identify the tools used to assess and monitor chronic pain

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions I
7 Jul 2022 | Sheffield

Certain conditions require the anaesthetist to employ different techniques from those routinely used. The use of neuromuscular blocking agents will be covered in this course as well as planning anaesthesia for thoracic surgery, head and neck surgery, patients with cardiopulmonary disease and those with neurological problems.

  • Neuromuscular blockade
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing thoracic surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing head and neck surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Anaesthesia for patients with neurological disease

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe normal neuro-muscular physiology
  • Idenitify different neuromuscular blocking drugs and describe techniques to monitor blockade
  • Outline the principles of intermittent positive pressure ventilation (IPPV).
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for IPPV and be able to set basic ventilation settings
  • Outline the considerations for anaesthesia for thoracic surgery including IPPV and the need for appropriate analgesia
  • Explain the considerations for anaesthesia for head and neck surgery including airway protection and monitoring of anaesthesia
  • Explain the general considerations for anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Describe the more specific considerations for patients with different murmurs and heart diseases
  • Recognise the signs and contributing factors to raised intra-cranial pressure (ICP) and describe the different treatment options to reduce elevated ICP.
  • Summarize the difficulties involved with anaesthetising patients in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner

Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS
Anaesthetic Considerations for Specific Conditions II
8 Jul 2022 | Sheffield

Certain conditions require the anaesthetist to employ different techniques from those routinely used. The use of neuromuscular blocking agents will be covered in this course as well as planning anaesthesia for thoracic surgery, head and neck surgery, patients with cardiopulmonary disease and those with neurological problems.

  • Neuromuscular blockade
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing thoracic surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients undergoing head and neck surgery
  • Anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Anaesthesia for patients with neurological disease

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Describe normal neuro-muscular physiology
  • Idenitify different neuromuscular blocking drugs and describe techniques to monitor blockade
  • Outline the principles of intermittent positive pressure ventilation (IPPV).
  • Recognise appropriate candidates for IPPV and be able to set basic ventilation settings
  • Outline the considerations for anaesthesia for thoracic surgery including IPPV and the need for appropriate analgesia
  • Explain the considerations for anaesthesia for head and neck surgery including airway protection and monitoring of anaesthesia
  • Explain the general considerations for anaesthesia for patients with cardiac disease
  • Describe the more specific considerations for patients with different murmurs and heart diseases
  • Recognise the signs and contributing factors to raised intra-cranial pressure (ICP) and describe the different treatment options to reduce elevated ICP.
  • Summarize the difficulties involved with anaesthetising patients in the magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner


Speaker: Nicola Grint BVSc PhD CertVA DVA DiplECVAA MRCVS

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 22 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
22 Sep 2021
8 Jul 2022
p
8 Day Course
Sheffield
Georgina Beaumont, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia Pricing

Payments Initial
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Payment Options All prices exclude VAT
NCert Programme £2,495.00 £0.00 £2,495.00
NCert Programme (Deposit and Payment in Full) £2,200.00 £295.00 £2,495.00
NCert Programme (Direct debit in 12 Monthly payments) £195.00 £295.00 £2,635.00

All NCert programme prices are based on you completing the programme and include ISVPS registration and examination fees.
* If taking the paired modules, there is an additional registration and examination charge, payable to ISVPS, if you wish to eventually complete all the modules and gain the NCert.

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Venue: Swindon
Start date: 1 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
1 Sep 2021
24 Jun 2022
p
8 Day Course
Swindon
Emma Love, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 22 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
22 Sep 2021
8 Jul 2022
p
8 Day Course
Sheffield
Georgina Beaumont, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Route to a Nurses Certificate

 

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What do our customers think of our training?

The course was fantastic, the speakers were great, full of knowledge and used a variety of teaching and learning aids. I have developed new skills, techniques and become more confident in taking these back to use in practice straight away, thus helping with patient anaesthesia and pain relief. Read more... Georgina Little

RVN NCert(A&CC)

Venue: Swindon
Start date: 1 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
1 Sep 2021
24 Jun 2022
p
8 Day Course
Swindon
Emma Love, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Venue: Sheffield
Start date: 22 September 2021

Nurses Certificate in Anaesthesia
22 Sep 2021
8 Jul 2022
p
8 Day Course
Sheffield
Georgina Beaumont, Nicola Grint, Pamela Murison
£2,495.00 + VAT

Route to a Nurses Certificate

 

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In Partnership with

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What do our customers think of our training?

The course was fantastic, the speakers were great, full of knowledge and used a variety of teaching and learning aids. I have developed new skills, techniques and become more confident in taking these back to use in practice straight away, thus helping with patient anaesthesia and pain relief. Read more... Georgina Little

RVN NCert(A&CC)