Virtual Event

Animal Careers Event

Join us on Wednesday 9th June to discover more about working in the animal care industry.

We will be hosting a number of webinars on MS Teams throughout the day with presenters from a wide range of animal related organisations. They will be discussing their job role and career highlights, the qualifications needed to do their job and the personal attributes that are important to their role.

Time Speaker Company/Organisation Webinar Link
9.30am Selina Reid WWT Slimbridge: A wetlands centre in Gloucestershire, the first to be open by the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust who undertake research and conservation around the world. Click here to join
10.15am Roz Pooley The Mutty Professor: A small, independently owned business based in Bristol who provide dog training and behaviour services. Click here to join
11.00am Charlotte Blackmore Animal Ed.: Offering exciting, educational visits where participants meet and learn about the animals we share our world with. Click here to join
11.45am Steve Nash Paignton Zoo: Our close neighbours, Paignton Zoo is a conservation and education charity and part of a worldwide network of zoos caring for rare species. Click here to join
12.30pm Beverley Lewington Bev Lewington Veterinary Physio and Veterinary Nurse: A qualified Veterinary Physiotherapist and Veterinary Nurse working with horses and dogs in Hampshire. Click here to join
1.45pm Joanna Nash Guide Dogs for the Blind Association: The worlds largest breeder and trainer of working dogs that help blind and partially sighted people across the UK. Click here to join
2.30pm Kirsten Beckwith Cats Protection: A charity dedicated to rescuing and rehoming stray, unwanted or homeless cats and educating people about cat welfare. Click here to join

Our webinars are run on Microsoft Teams – you don’t need to register just click your chosen webinar from the list above and when prompted open Teams and join the event.

Each webinar will be approx. 30 minutes with the opportunity to ask questions after the presentation.