Graduate Diploma of Veterinary Acupuncture is designed to increase the potential for employability for practitioners and enhance treatment options offered by practitioners. Successful completion of this course will enable you to integrate a new therapy into practice. You will be able to offer this service to clients and increase treatment options for patients.

The Graduate Diploma of Veterinary Acupuncture consists of  8 competencies. TAssessment involves keeping a reflective case log book of personal experience of the skills practiced, demonstrated professional ability and competence and preparing material and evidence for assessment of competencies.

This is the Umbrella page that connects all students of the Graduate Diploma to each other and to important resources and information.

This is an introductory unit to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine designed for application in an animal care context.

Professionals will apply the skills and knowledge in this unit to the provision and integration of acupuncture into veterinary practice including the assessment, treatment and management of animals in their care.

This unit of competency describes the knowledge of veterinary acupuncture principles, and the skills required to support the application of veterinary acupuncture principles and practices

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to administer the veterinary acupuncture treatment in small animals according to the philosophy and practices of a Chinese medicine therapeutic framework.

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to administer the veterinary acupuncture treatment in large animals according to the philosophy and practices of a Chinese medicine therapeutic framework.

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to provide specialised veterinary acupuncture and Chinese medicine care for more complex conditions/diseases. This unit requires high level knowledge of veterinary acupuncture principles and their application for a wide range of health conditions.

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to provide specialised veterinary acupuncture and Chinese medicine care for more complex conditions/diseases. This unit requires high level knowledge of veterinary acupuncture principles and their application for a wide range of health conditions.

This unit of competency describes the skills and knowledge required to source and evaluate relevant information, apply findings to integrated veterinary practice and prepare veterinary case studies for publication.

This module is for Recognition of Prior Learning for the 10015NAT Graduate Diploma Veterinary Acupuncture.