Wildlife Rehabilitation Course

Sat, 08 October 2016, 8:30 AM - Sun, 09 October 2016, 5:30 PM [GMT]

1 Deerpark,Ashbourne,, County Meath, NA, Ireland

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Veterinary Surgeons (MVB) PARTIAL APPROVAL - €490.00

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Registered Veterinary Nurses PARTIAL APPROVAL - €270.00

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General Public and anyone NOT claiming CVE credits PARTIAL APPROVAL - €180.00

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Sat, 08 October 2016, 8:30 AM - Sun, 09 October 2016, 5:30 PM [GMT]

Ashbourne Community School, 1 Deerpark,Ashbourne,, , County Meath, NA, Ireland.

 

 Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course

 

This training course is a specialist course concentrating on the theory and practice of wildlife rehabilitation and in order to provide the optimum learning opportunity the Course is limited to an intimate group of twenty delegates.

The IWRC www.theiwrc.org are the leading developers of professional training for wildlife care providers in North America and internationally. This course is an opportunity to sample the quality of rehabilitation training opportunities that are provided by the IWRC. The IWRC offers both classroom and online based training in aspects such as wildlife nutrition, parasitology, pain management and basic wildlife rehabilitation. 

 

 

The Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course is a comprehensive introductory course in wildlife rehabilitation.  Lecture topics include: introduction to wildlife rehabilitation; anatomy and physiology; calculating drug dosages; handling and physical restraint; thermoregulation; stress; basic shock cycle; initial care and physical examination; nutrition and associated diseases; standards for housing; zoonoses; euthanasia criteria and release criteria.
Practical topics include: gavage; physical restraint; injections; physical examinations; weighing and limb immobilisation.                 

 

 

The two day course has been accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland for 22 CVE credits

 

See Course website for Programme, Course Report and past delegate comments


www.wri.ie/wildlife-course

 

 


Photo: Leverets - Dan Donoher - Kildare Animal Foundation Wildlife Unit

Cancellation policy

1.) If a registrant is unable to attend the course for any reason they may substitute, by arrangement with the registrar, another person who is interested in attending.

2.) Where a registrant is unable to attend, and is not in a position to transfer his/her place to another person, then the following refund policy will apply: 

a. Registrations cancelled in writing with more than 30 days notice before the course will be issued with a voucher to the full value paid, which can be redeemed on any of our subsequent courses, conferences or events. 

b. Registrations cancelled in writing between 7 and 30 days notice before the course will be issued with a voucher to the value of 50% of the registration fee paid, which can be redeemed on any of our subsequent courses, conferences or events. 


c. Registrations cancelled in writing with less than 7 days notice before the course will be issued with a voucher to the value of 25% of the registration fee paid, which can be redeemed on any of our subsequent courses, conferences or events. 

d. If a registrant has to leave the course at any point once it has begun, they will not be eligible for a refund or a voucher.

In the unlikely event that the course is cancelled, a full refund will be issued to the registrant.

Refunds will be made in the following way: 

1.) For payments received by paypal, the same account will be credited. 

2.) For payments received by bank draft, cheque or postal order, a cheque will be sent payable to the original payee.

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland (WRI). WRI exists to promote wildlife rehabilitation and improve wildlife welfare and conservation in Ireland. Website: www.wri.ie

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