AVNAT RVN Grad Cert Edu (Tertiary and Adult)
Caroline began nursing in a mixed practice in a country clinic in NSW where she completed her Cert IV Veterinary Nursing. After five years she moved to Brisbane for a specialised nursing role which included surgery, oncology, intensive care and anaesthesia. After four great years, she headed to Singapore to gain international experience, then returned to Melbourne, Australia to work in a specialist hospital and from there Caroline moved to Perth. Here she completed a veterinary traineeship in anaesthesia and analgesia at Murdoch University where she remains working as an anaesthesia technician.
In 2018 Caroline also gained a Graduate Certificate in Tertiary and Adult Education and is now completing her Masters in Education through research at Murdoch University. She also teaches Cert IV Veterinary Nursing at Applied Vocational Training in Perth and alongside this, she delivers anaesthesia workshops and lectures to graduated nurses.
Caroline is very committed to increasing continuing education for Australian nurses and technicians and has been appointed the Australian Representative for Veterinary Anaesthesia School for Technicians and Nurses (VASTA Australia) which is a high-level qualification in veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia.
She has a Rhodesian Ridgeback called Roger, a rescue cat called Maple and a Warmblood/Connemara pony called Ollie.