Eleni Tassou- Animal Welfare, Behaviour And Ethics
Posted: Saturday the 18th April, 2020. 11h44
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Overview: I am currently studying BSc Biological Sciences (Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics) at the Royal Veterinary College (RVC), and due to graduate in June 2020. This degree allowed me to cross the barrier between animal biology, along with human and animal interactions. I am an avid animal-lover, especially cate and will always strive to make their time in human care the best it possibly can be! I have undertaken two weeks worth of voluntary work at the Biological Sciences Unit at the RVC which allowed me to further develop my animal welfare and handling skills from my degree. In my spare time I enjoy creatively expressing my mind through photography and baking, as well as spending time with my two rabbits and family. As well as this, I worked for three years at Clark's Shoes as a Sales Assistant, allowing myself to gain valuable customer service skills that are vital for communication with clients in a veterinary practice.My degree ignited a passion for all aspects animals, now I would like to take this further through working alongside clients, colleagues and animals as a career.
Current location: United Kingdom
Qualifications: BSc Biological Sciences- Animal Behaviour, Welfare and Ethics
Qualified at: Royal Veterinary College
Country qualified: United Kingdom
RCVS registered: No
Been qualified for: I'm a new grad
Type of practice I have experience in: No practice experience, only animal handling
Sole charge experience: No
Accommodation needed: No
Drivers licence: Yes
Availability: Beginning of May
Special Interests: Animal behaviour Animal handlingAnimal welfare researchPhotographyBaking
Computer skills: Microsoft Office- including Word, Excel and PowerpointGraphPad Prism statistical softwareFully computer competent
Desired location: In and around the London area.
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