Why do this course?
- provide basic first aid to animals
- maintain and monitor animal health and well-being
- work in other areas of the animal care industry
- know about animal anatomy and physiology (how the body works)
- provide natural care advice on companion animal health, products and services
- provide advice on environmental issues that can impact animal health and well-being
- provide advice on natural and mainstream nutrition for healthy animals
- advise generally on naturopathic and natural therapies, what they are, their strengths and weaknesses and what they can be useful for
- make referrals to animal health care providers where appropriate
What does the course cover?
The program covers three nationally accredited units of competency: ACMGAS201A Work in the Animal Care Industry, ACMGAS206A Provide Basic First Aid for Animals and ACMGAS301A Maintain and Monitor Animal Health and Wellbeing.
It also covers four new subjects: Animal Anatomy and Physiology, Environmental Animal Health, Natural Animal Nutrition and Naturopathic Animal Health Care.
You can complete the program at your own pace through flexible learning, taught by veterinarians, nurses and animal health educators. Also, you can enrol in the whole program or enrol in a unit at a time.
“The Certificate of Natural Animal Therapies Consultant program presents a new integrative approach and understanding of animals,” says Dr Fougere. “It will give you an opportunity to really make a difference in animal health care – advising pet owners who want to take a more natural approach!”
For more information, tuition or to enrol, visit www.civtedu.org, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 8006 2025.
The College of Integrative Veterinary Therapies was established in 2006 by veterinarians and became a Registered Training Organisation in 2010. It is the world’s first online College teaching evidence based natural animal health care with a good balance of science and tradition.
CIVT takes pride in its leading instructional design and e-learning technologies, as well as an international faculty and student body from 29 countries around the world.