How can I help?

Are you a member of a dog or cat society, training club or animal charity? Do you work in a school or nursery? can provide educational and entertaining teaching on a variety of subjects from pet first aid to animal care, pet bereavement and client communication.

With a Post Graduate Certificate in Veterinary Education and teaching experience at university and post-graduate level, I can tailor individual talks or half and full day workshops to your individual needs. Let me arrange the venue, or I can come to you!

Get in Touch

To contact me about teaching sessions please call, email or use the contact form on this website to send me a message.

Veterinary Training

CPD Training for Veterinary Surgeons

I have a particular interest in the provision of Continued Professional Development and also regularly work with ABVA, the Association of British Veterinary Acupuncturists to combine two of my favourite things - acupuncture and education.

Please feel free to contact me about the training opportunities I can offer you or your team.

Most recently I was teaching on the ABVA Foundation Course - please also take a look at their website for details of the various courses they offer.


Clients' reaction to my sessions

Jen the Vet came to visit the children at our Montessori nursery. She brought props and dressing-up items and the children were so excited to see a real life vet. Jen explained all about her job at a level appropriate for the children and she involved the adults too. They all took turns to dress up and use the resources. They still talk about the visit now and if any families had a poorly pet or had to visit the vets, the children’s understanding and confidence in the situation would be much smoother. Thank you Vet Jen — we hope to see you again soon!

Mark Hamilton-Anderson, Bright Horizons

The content of the course was basic and clear. Jen was close at hand to offer guidance and advice. She was a great instructor with a lot of knowledge and patience which encouraged us to work through the cases.

Guy Liebenberg, Veterinary Surgeon