Pet loving students at College of West Anglia’s Cambridge campus celebrate becoming veterinary nurses
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A group of students from the College of West Anglia Cambridge campus celebrated becoming registered veterinary nurses over the weekend.
Charlotte Hurrell, Rachel Scarlett and Shelbie Thompson, who are all 21-years-old and Charlotte Liggins, 23, are now fully-registered veterinary nurses.
This year saw the addition of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons pledge and declaration ceremony included in proceedings.
Graduate Rachel Scarlett said: “The graduation ceremony was a great experience and I felt really proud to stand up with my fellow course mates to show dedication to our profession and make a commitment to promoting animal welfare and caring for animals, something I am very passionate about.”
Donna Woodruff, programme manager for Landbased Studies at CWA Cambridge Campus, said: “I am delighted that our learners have been able to take advantage of our new accreditation and that all students in the future will be RCVS recognised too.
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“The pledge and declaration ceremony was a momentous occasion for the college and one we look forward to replicating with our future students for years to come.”
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