As part of a UK study tour, Greenery and Animal staff and students from Curio, an educational organisation in the Netherlands, were keen to visit Blossomfield Campus and find out more about Animal Welfare & Veterinary Nursing students’ educational experience.
The visiting students were taken on a tour of the department before taking part in a range of animal handling activities. The visit concluded with an animal themed English session delivered by ESOL Lecturer, Amna Qureshi.
Head of School for Animal Welfare & Veterinary Nursing, Claire Powell comments: “It was great to share what we do and exchange experiences and ideas with fellow students and tutors from a similar school in Holland.
“We have also accepted their warm welcome to complete the exchange by going to visit them in the future!”
The College houses a diverse range of animals with specialist rooms and habitats to accommodate them including barns, exotics, and aquatics rooms, plus a large outdoor area for the larger animals including goats and donkeys.
Courses are offered right up to degree level, with apprenticeships and part time adult courses also available.
Find out more about the College’s Animal Welfare & Veterinary Nursing courses here https://www.solihull.ac.uk/category/animal-management-veterinary-nursing/ .