Certificate IV in Veterinary Nursing

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ACM40412
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Government-subsidised training
Recognition
Meets the requirements of the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF)
Entry requirements
Certificate II in Animal Studies; or vocational training and/or work experience across a range of work settings
Units in this course
Fee range
$7,009 - $17,387 (full fee)
$1,710 - $4,687
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About pre-apprenticeship courses

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About recognition

The courses shown on the Victorian Skills Gateway website are regulated qualifications under the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF), or short training programs made up of units of competency from regulated qualifications.

Units
Unit code
Unit title
ACMEQU401A
Relate equine anatomical and physiological features to equine health care requirements
ACMEQU402A
Determine nutritional needs in provision of horse health care
ACMEQU405A
Maintain and monitor horse health and welfare
ACMGAS202A
Participate in workplace communications
ACMGAS204A
Feed and water animals
ACMGAS205A
Assist in health care of animals
ACMGAS208A
Source information for animal care needs
ACMINF301A
Comply with infection control policies and procedures in animal work
ACMMIC401A
Implant microchip in cats and dogs
ACMSPE301A
Provide basic care of amphibians
ACMSPE302A
Provide basic care of birds
ACMSPE303A
Provide basic care of common native mammals
ACMSPE304A
Provide basic care of dogs
ACMSPE305A
Provide basic care of domestic cats
ACMSPE306A
Provide basic care of marine fish
ACMSPE307A
Provide basic care of freshwater fish
ACMSPE308A
Provide basic care of marine aquatic invertebrates
ACMSPE309A
Provide basic care of terrestrial and freshwater invertebrates
ACMSPE310A
Provide basic care of mammals
ACMSPE311A
Provide basic care of non-venomous reptiles
ACMSPE312A
Provide basic care of rodents and rabbits
ACMSUS301A
Implement and monitor environmentally sustainable work practices
ACMVET201A
Carry out veterinary nursing reception duties
ACMVET202A
Carry out daily clinic routines
ACMVET203A
Assist with surgery preparation
ACMVET401A
Coordinate patient admission and discharge
ACMVET402A
Apply imaging routines
ACMVET403A
Perform clinic pathology procedures
ACMVET404A
Perform clinic office procedures
ACMVET405A
Carry out surgical nursing routines
ACMVET406A
Nurse animals
ACMVET407A
Carry out medical nursing routines
ACMVET408A
Coordinate and perform theatre routines
ACMVET409A
Provide specific animal care advice
ACMVET410A
Carry out veterinary dental nursing procedures
ACMVET411A
Prepare, deliver and review animal care education programs
ACMVET412A
Coordinate clinic promotional activities
ACMVET413A
Develop and implement specific clinic policies
ACMVET414A
Nurse foals
ACMVET415A
Provide intensive foal care and nursing
ACMWHS301A
Contribute to workplace health and safety processes
AHCAIS401A
Supervise artificial breeding and/or embryo transfer programs
AHCHBR202A
Handle young horses
AHCHBR203A
Provide daily care for horses
AHCHBR303A
Carry out mare mating or artificial insemination procedures
AHCHBR305A
Handle and care for stallions
AHCLSK330A
Implement procedures for foaling down mares
HLTFA301C
Apply first aid
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  • Available data from the Australian Course Information Register

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