Clinical English and Communication For Vets

Struggling with client communication in the consultation room is associated with emotional stress for any veterinary surgeon in practice.

65% of UK employers also don’t think non-English speaking overseas vets have good enough communication skills to be hired and 60% think they could do with a better English level.

It’s no surprise that overseas vets feel 

That it's hard to get a job

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That we struggle in the consultation when we start working

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That the clients aren't listening to our advice

That the clients complain for things we didn’t realise had even happened

That we aren't getting feedback from the team, just being "told off" by the management

UK VetTalks exists to help you develop your clinical English and client communication skills in the consultation room.

  • Practise the discussions you’re going to have with your clients and colleagues
  • Learn the technical language and dozens of abbreviations and acronyms
  • Learn how to deal with common clinical cases
  • Practise what you say to clients (without the pressure of having to please them!) to explain complex situations
  • Learn specific skills required for your Occupational English Test

This will help you…

  • Stop feeling insecure when a client asks you a question and you don’t know how to explain it
  • Look good in front of the clients because they understand what you are saying
  • Perform faster consultations because you’re quicker with your words and don’t have to think so much about your explanations
  • Become more confident in your communication and also clinical skills
  • Pass your Occupational English Test
Join UK VetTalks

How it works…

UK VetTalks is a monthly subscription. We are working on individual classes for you.

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