Mrs Caroline Mosley

Clinical Skills Teaching Fellow


I grew up in Cumbria and spent my childhood riding and competing ponies, including representing England.  When the time came to decide on a career it was always going to be with animals and I qualified as a Registered Veterinary Nurse in 1998 while working in a mixed practice. I then spent a year travelling/working in Australia (as a RVN and Show Jumper) before returning to the UK to take up an employed role as a falconer in a conservation Centre where I had previously spent many years volunteering.


I moved to Edinburgh in 2002 to join the Dick Vet team, before having a break from nursing to try my hand at pharmaceutical territory management.  After a few years, I returned to the Vet School to become the Veterinary Nursing Tutor, a role that has evolved into the Clinical Skills Teaching Fellow


Bachelor of Science, Edinburgh Napier University

Professional Qualifications

Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice, PgCAP Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, FHEA Clinical Coaching Certificate of Competence - Equine & Sheep transport NOAH Certificate in Animal Health (AMTRA) Professional Diploma in Management (Open University) Royal Canin Pet Health Counsellor Professional Certificate in Management QFI D31 & D32 City & Guilds Certificate in Veterinary Nursing of Exotic Species Hills Veterinary Healthcare Advisor Certificate RCVS Certificate in Veterinary Nursing

Postgraduate teaching

Pre-clinical and Clinical Teaching:


Year 1

Professional & Clinical Skills 1


Graduate Entry Programme (GEP)

Animal Life & Food Safety GEP

 Professional & Clinical Skills GEP


Year 2

Animal Life & Food Safety 2


Year 3

Professional & Clinical Skills 3

Clinical Foundation Course


Year 4

Professional & Clinical Skills 4

Final Year Prep


Final Year 

OSCE examinations


All Years

Personal Tutoring 

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