Improve International Nursing Anaesthesia Online Learning

Learn at your own pace, wherever you are, with our Nursing Anaesthesia online learning programme 

Our Nursing Anaesthesia online learning programme has been developed to enable all veterinary nurses/ technicians and veterinary paraprofessionals access to our world-class teaching materials. 

By studying part-time, at your own pace, this programme allows you to effectively manage your work-life balance while taking essential knowledge back to practice immediately. 

During the programme, online sessions will cover: 

  • 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 

You’ll have support and guidance from a Module Tutor who is a specialist in veterinary anaesthesia across 8 varied and interactive modules delivered over 15 months. 

Additional sessions allow you to develop your reflective skills and enable time for consolidation and revision of your learning. 

Once you join you will be part of an international programme with participants from all over the world. 

Set yourself for success with the support of the leading CPD provider – learn how to maintain an excellent quality of life for each pet you treat and achieve a recognised qualification awarded by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS).

Start Date: July 2024

Registration available until: September 2024


Early Bird booking prices available. Payments options: One payment upfront or Multiple monthly Instalments. Please enquire for more detailed pricing options. 

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Modules summary

  1. The anaesthetic machine and monitoring equipment
  2. Pre-anaesthetic assessment and pre-medication. Intravenous and inhalant anaesthetics 
  3. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, accidents and emergencies
  4. Anaesthesia of equine and exotics species
  5. Fluid therapy in the perioperative period. Nutrition in critical care
  6. Analgesia and pain assessment
  7. Anaesthetic considerations for specific conditions I
  8. Anaesthetic considerations for specific conditions II