Vets Now and VN Times have teamed up to offer a bursary of £1000 for one RVN to take the Certificate of Veterinary Nursing in Emergency and Critical Care.

In the second blog about her experiences of the course, last year’s competition winner Ruth Clooney-Power tells us how it’s going. If you’d like to follow in Ruth’s footsteps and win this year’s bursary, click here.

“I am now more than two months into this certificate — time flies when you’re having fun — and I don’t know where the time has gone.

December crept up with its twinkling fairy lights, and with it came the completion of unit one and the submission of the assignments for each outcome (each unit has three outcomes, for those curious souls wondering).

While experiencing relief at having submitted the assignments, some apprehension still exists — will it be sufficient? Did I answer it correctly? Did I reference it correctly?