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What Qualifications Do You Need To Work As RSPCA Worker?

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Level 2 animal care first diploma
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The biggest one is that you must have complete compassion for all animals and their welfare!!!!, This organization supports the welfare for all animals in need of homes,medical attention,abuse situations! They deal with many situations from the very happiest of times (adoptions) to unfortunate sad situations such as abuse and death.
You have to understand all of this and be willing to understand all of the situations you may be working with and if you can you could be a very successful worker for this absolutely wonderful organization!
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You need to be able to work wiv animals and not to be scared of them .
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You need to like animals and I guess have A-C GCSE's in like 4 or 5 subjects it depends on what you do, you my need training if you want to be a vet.
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Firstly I am admired to become an rspca but my long life dream would be to become a vet however I would like to now how many gcse you get and qualification's.I really love animals all types iam never scared of them because I have somuch passion for them
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maggie alderson answered
I think you need not just be a volunteer but also adept enough to read aimal body language. Not every dog found cold and starving necessarily wants you to throw your hands around them (even though we want to). But when I looked into it, wanting to go out, rescue, issue complaints against these awful people, I believe there were law enforcement /criminal justice qualifications needed-but it was all listed on their website.

CareerBuilder.com gives free career profiles--as much as I would like to do this job, I'm not sure I could stay calm without encountering these people, who leave animals in poor conditions and merely leave paper notice just days before an animals can be taken. Unfortunately the abusers have rights to explain themselves and sometime have x amount of time to rectify the situation before an animal can be removed. You have to have a lot of people- skills too and it can be both heartbreaking but so rewarding to have a survivor placed in loving arms.

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