The Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate is designed for those newer to management or transferring to a role in veterinary practice from another sector.  The aim is to ensure that VPAC holders have the skills necessary for an administrative role in any veterinary practice with minimal supervision.  If you have responsibility for managing staff, and/or strategy and planning, you might prefer to register for our industry-standard Certificate in Veterinary Practice Management.

The VPAC course

The VPAC is a distance learning course run by Lynwood School of Veterinary Nursing.  Completion is expected to take around 12 – 18 months; depending on the amount of time you have available to dedicate to your studies.  Intakes are in September and April each year.

Course Content:

Study Skills
Office Procedures
Information Technology
Ethics and Statutory Requirements
Customer Care
Veterinary Support
For all VPAC enquiries, please contact Lynwood directly.  Further information is available on their website.

Veterinary Practice Administration Certificate – Current Holders

Sharni Chelbec, Harper Adams University
Lisa Daly, Mere Road Vets
Lyanne De Sousa, Zasman Vets
Holly Evans, Harper Adams University
Gemma Fisher, John Hankinson Vets
Vicky Fletcher, Young Vets
Leah Griffiths, Hollybank Vets
Claudia Henderson, Harper Adams University

Maria Hughes, Harper Adams University
Rebecca Lewis, Claremont Vets
Thomas Madden, Harper Adams University
Jean McGill, The Vet Centre Uddingston
Jennifer Savage, Aireworth Vets
Hannah Strangeway, Companion Care Gloucester
Lauren Stringer, Croft Vet Centre
Hannah Symes, Bellevue Vets

Shannon Tidyman, LLM Farm Vets
Hilary Trish, Harper Adams University
Gemma Williamson, Central Equine Vets