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Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland has been providing the IWRC Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course for some years now.

In September 2016 we were delighted to present two NEW courses and a wildlife lecture.

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Due to the popularity of those events we hope to offer all the courses listed below from 2017 onwards:

IWRC Basic Wildife Rehabilitation Course
(open attendance, introduction to wildlife rehabilitation and first aid - 22 credits)

IWRC Pain & Wound Management Course
(specifically for individuals who have completed the IWRC Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course, or experienced wildlife rehabilitators - 11 credits)

WRI Advanced Wildlife Treatment Course - Veterinary
(specifically for veterinary nurses and veterinary surgeons - 11 credits)

 

 

Events accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland

 


 

International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council’s
Pain & Wound Management Course

This Pain & Wound Management Course is designed to give wildlife rehabilitators and veterinary professionals a working knowledge of the vocabulary and concepts underlying the modern approach to pain and wound management in mammalian and avian species

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Recommended for: Individuals who have completed the IWRC Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course, or experienced wildlife rehabilitators

Credits: accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland for 11 CVE credits

 

WANT TO ATTEND THIS COURSE?

Click HERE to go to the Pain & Wound Management Course web page


 

 

 

International Wildlife Rehabilitation Council’s
Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course

The Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course is a comprehensive introductory course in wildlife rehabilitation.  Lecture topics include: introduction to wildlife rehabilitation; anatomy and physiology; calculating fluid requirements; handling and physical restraint; thermoregulation; stress; basic shock cycle; initial care and physical examination; nutrition and associated diseases; standards for housing; zoonoses; euthanasia criteria and release criteria.
Practical topics include: gavage; physical restraint; injections; physical examinations; weighing and limb immobilisation.

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Recommended for: Open attendance, introduction to wildlife rehabilitation and first aid

Credits: accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland for 22 CVE credits

 

WANT TO ATTEND THIS COURSE?

Click HERE to go to the Basic Wildlife Rehabilitation Course web page

 

 

 

Wildlife Rehabilitation Ireland’s
Advanced Wildlife Treatment Course

This Advanced Wildlife Treatment Course is designed to give veterinary professionals an in-depth knowledge of the modern approaches to mammalian and avian wildlife treatment options after first aid and stabilisation has been achieved

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Recommended for: Veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses

Credits: accredited by the Veterinary Council of Ireland for 11 CVE credits


WANT TO ATTEND THIS COURSE?

Click HERE to go to the Advanced Wildlife Treatment Course web page

 

 

 

 

 

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