This webinar series is a short introduction to the more expanded content within Colourful CPD's 24 webinar course on Veterinary Nurse Consulting as well Colourful CPD's Non-Clinical Certificate in Veterinary Nurse consulting, recognised by the post-nominals CertNCS(RVN Cons).
The 5 webinars within this course cover
- An introduction to veterinary nurse consulting and the impact of Schedule 3 and the Veterinary Medicines' Regulations on nurse consulting
- The Colourful Nurse consulting model and approach to veterinary nurse consultations
- Categories of veterinary nurse consultations and principles of charging
- The principles of client satisfaction
- Understanding and dealing with Self-Doubt
The course takes the form of 'watch-only' webinars with no assessment and equates to 3 hours CPD.
Upon completion of this course you will be confident about:
- The impact of Schedule 3 and the Veterinary Medicines' Regulations on nurse consulting.
- The Colourful CPD module of Nurse consulting and approach to veterinary nurse consultations.
- The various categories of veterinary nurse consultations.
- The principles of charging for veterinary nurse consultations.
- The principles of client satisfaction.
- The principles related to dealing with Self-Doubt and building self-confidence.
Why not progress to the Non-Clinical Skills Certificate in Veterinary Nurse Consulting, recognised by the post-nominals CertNCS(RVN Cons).
Browse our full range of nurse courses at www.colourfulcpd.com.
What Our Clients Say
I enjoyed this introduction to nurse consulting so much, I would happily invest in the full price RVN Cons course. I think it would be really helpful in clinics that want to get nurse consulting off the ground, and add value to those already doing it.
I found the module on legalities and Schedule 3 in relation to RVNs fantastic and informative. It set my mind at ease when it comes to consulting and knowing we are operating within our legal limits
I also liked the examples of the type of phrases and language we could use when detecting abnormalities and referring them to a vet in order to ensure that we don't get accused of ‘diagnosing’ something we shouldn't.
The module on confidence and self-doubt was also very helpful. I was able to identify my own self talk and how to deal with failure.