Get your nursing career off to a great start with help from the BVNA. You’ll find lots of learning resources and CPD, as well as support from qualified and advanced veterinary nurses to help guide you.
- Representation in the industry, lobbying and campaigning on the issues that matter to you
- Access to a free Members Advisory Helpline, managed by legal professionals providing advice on employment plus many other issues
- FREE Webinars
- Confidential support on personal or work-based problems
- Career guidance and advice from peers
- The monthly Veterinary Nursing Journal, packed with peer-reviewed articles and advice
- Access to the digital VNJ archive, allowing you to search for specific topics of interest
- Affordable regional meetings, CPD Roadshows and Congress
- Discounts on books, BVNA CPD Certificates and courses
- Discount on Income Protection cover
- A range of bursaries and awards
- Members’ Loyalty and Direct Debit discounts
- And much more!
Associate Membership is open to those working in practice or associated fields, but who are not qualified or student nurses. Includes qualified ANA/VCAs, receptionists, practice support staff and industry supporters
Membership per annum
First Year £ 41.50
Subsequent Years* £ 37.50
Spread the cost! Payable by Yearly or Quarterly Direct Debit.
* The ‘Subsequent years’ annual rate is only applicable if you renew within two months of your membership expiry date. For European subscribers, please add £4 and for those from the rest of the world add £10 to the rates above.
You might also be able to get tax relief on your membership fees Click here for more information.
A welcome letter detailing your membership number, a membership card and badge will be posted to you on the processing of your application.
The following discount scheme is available to all employers paying their staff's full membership fees
- 5 employees or more 10% discount
- 10 employees or more 12% discount
- 15 employees or more 15% discount
Please be advised that membership is for an annual subscription (12 months) and therefore cannot be cancelled mid-term. If paying by quarterly direct debit, the direct debit can be cancelled mid-term but the remaining payments due would need to be paid in full.