Who is this course for?

Is this course for me?

Are you ready to prepare your team and maximise the chance of a successful outcome for your patients?

This amazingly comprehensive live online cohort course is suitable for all members of the clinical veterinary nursing team including RVN's, SVN's and ANA's.

The course will take the learner through each of the 5 domains of the RECOVER Guidelines and include suggestions of how individual practices can improve their approaches to cardiopulmonary resuscitation attempts.

This course will prepare your team and maximise the chance of a successful outcome for your patients which becomes a vitally important component of successful treatment of patients in distress.

Several skill sets are involved in resuscitation, these include cognitive, technical, and behavioural skills.

To maximise the impact of these skills and their effect on resuscitation efforts, individuals must be able to work together in a coordinated and efficient manner.

Teamwork becomes a vitally important component of successful treatment of patients in distress. Several skill sets are involved in resuscitation, these include cognitive, technical, and behavioural skills.

How strong is YOUR team?

By attending and completing this live online cohort course, you will improve your confidence, improve your team structure and become more dynamic, ensuring resuscitation efforts become more effective.

Although self-paced learning is great for helping you to remember and understand information.

Live online cohort learning goes a few steps further. You will go from remembering and understanding information to applying, analysing, evaluating, and creating with it.

With full live tutor support, Q&A's, live interactive activities to embed your learning and the opportunity to discuss and analyse methods with other veterinary nurses on the cohort with you.

Dates Available:

Wednesday 6th July 2022

Wednesday 14th September 2022
(please see separate page for this date)

Enrol today and receive a 25% Off Early Bird Discount

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What you will learn!

This Course has 4 modules of content and this is a brief overview of what you will learn.

  • The Importance of Teamwork in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.

  • Roles of the Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Team.

  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation RECOVER Guidelines Basic Life Support

  • Domain 1 – Preparedness and Prevention and Domain 2 – Basic Life Support (BLS).

  • Why and How does Cardiopulmonary Arrest Happen?

  • ECG arrest Diagnosing the rhythm.

  • Domain 3 - Advanced Life support (ALS) including Drug therapies and Advanced Interventions.

  • Domain 4 – Monitoring, use and interpretation of equipment.

  • Post Cardiac Arrest (PCA) Care.

  • The Crash Trolley.

Some important points you need to know.

  • How long is this course and do I get a certificate?

    The course runs from 10am - 4pm and Upon completion of this Live Online Cohort CPD Course, you will receive a certificate to download and keep for your records.

  • What will I need to take this course?

    The course will be streamed via Zoom and all you will need is either a laptop, PC or Tablet with internet access. You will however be required to have both your camera and mic switched on. All accompanying materials to assist your learning on the course, such as the course workbook will be emailed to you prior to the course start date.

  • What do I get with this course?

    This course comes with a comprehensive course workbook, interactive live activities to complete and a Kahoot multiple choice live quiz at the end to release your CPD accredited certificate for 7 Hours/Credits.

  • How is this course presented?

    You will be taken through easy to digest bitesize chunks of learning, via a series of informative live tutor video presented slides.

    You will have ample opportunities for live Q & A's and group discussions This way you can have a human connection to your tutor and other delegates which is so important when learning online.

    Breaks and lunch will be scheduled into the days agenda.

  • When will I receive the course link to join?

    As soon as you enrol on the live course, you will receive an email confirming your place and all the information you will require. You will receive your link to join, together with your workbook and materials around 4 days prior to the start of the live day course.


Bsc (Hons), RVN PGCE VNCertECC

Emma Annis

I qualified as a veterinary nurse in 2004 after completing my training at a very busy small animal hospital in Milton Keynes. Since then, I have worked in a variety of practices and nursed a vast array of species including; small animals, large animals, equines, zoo and exotic animals. During my time in practice, I have worked with many students as their clinical coach and really enjoyed watching each student blossom and qualify into superb veterinary nurses.

Prior to qualifying as a veterinary nurse, I undertook an honours degree in Animal Agriculture and a level 3 diploma in Equine Studies.

I worked in the veterinary industry for many years before moving into teaching. I have taught a variety of level 2 and level 3 courses in multiple further education settings. My subjects have been; Animal Management, Animal Nursing, Veterinary Care Assistant, Veterinary Care Support and Veterinary Nursing. I completed my PGCE and qualified as a lecturer in further education in 2015. From 2015 to present I have worked in a mixture of teaching and veterinary nursing roles. During this time, I became increasingly interested in emergency and critical care nursing and went on to complete my certificate in ECC with Vets Now. My interest for ECC nursing has continued since then and I truly believe the basis of it encompasses all aspects of veterinary nursing.

At the start of 2021 I set up my own business as a veterinary nursing tutor and plan to later add canine behaviour consultations to support individuals who wish to work on any behavioural concerns they have with their dogs. I’m currently studying an advanced diploma in canine behaviour.

My drive will always be to ensure every veterinary nurse feels empowered to give the very best they can to each and every patient they interact with. Empowerment comes from education and building knowledge and this in turn can, and often does lead to greater job satisfaction.