Our ECC Vet Development Programme will provide you with the training pathway and mentoring you need to be a confident ECC vet
5 weeks leave FTE
Study leave plus a 3% CPD allowance
Approved Sponsorship available for overseas candidates, which includes a relocation allowance
AREC Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Development Programme
AREC offers an Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Development Programme suitable for vets working in general practice who are interested in becoming emergency clinicians and for vets with some ER experience who want to progress their ECC skills.
Whether you are a recent graduate or an experienced veterinarian, the AREC ECC Veterinary Development Programme offers veterinarians a tailored training programme to become confident clinicians in emergency and critical care.
The programme includes:
Initial shifts are shadow shifts involving training on the floor working alongside our senior clinicians before starting any primary case management
These are followed by working supported shifts in which there is no sole charge work, so you are able to continue to learn under the guidance of our experienced ER vets.
Enrolment in Improve International Accelerated Emergency Programme: a comprehensive 3-month online course with weekly modules
Weekly mentoring sessions and case reviews with your veterinary Team Leader
In-house training in the form of:
Practical wet labs: training in procedures/surgeries such as chest tube and feeding tube placement, tracheostomy, pericardiocentesis, splenectomy, enterotomy and gastropexy
CPR RECOVER Certified Training
Rounds: shared case discussions
Consult skills training
Mental Health First Aid training
Self-care and mindfulness training
In-house seminars and tutorials
If this sounds like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or Apply Now!
The Animal Referral and Emergency Centre provides daytime specialist services and overnight and emergency or critical care for your pet.
AREC staff provide high quality care when illness or injury occurs, or if your pet needs continuing after hours care. AREC staff are trained in referral, specialty and emergency management to deal with any situation pet care demands.