Online SQP Courses

Vetpol online SQP courses are designed so you can study where and when it suits you, dipping in and out as time allows. And you have a full two years from the time you purchase your course in which to pass your exams.

We are proud to have a student satisfaction rating of 94.1% for Vetpol SQP training!!! (June 2023)

“I was able to take the course at my own pace, there was good communication and the training materials were well laid out, easy to reference and find key information. I loved the fact I wasn’t in a classroom”

Vetpol student studying all four species modules.

The Core Module gives you the basics on veterinary medicines regulation, storage, distribution and the fundamentals of disease management. It also includes a section on communication, an essential skill for SQPs.

To the Core Module you add at least one of the following species modules:

for dogs, cats and rabbits
for people working with cattle, pigs and sheep
for those dealing with horse owners
for poultry and other avian species
Picture of chicken and chick to link with Avian Vetpol SQP course

To qualify as a SQP, students must pass an exam for the Core Module and at least one Species Module. 

Pricing Information

How much does SQP training with Vetpol cost? For all the information you need about our all-inclusive course fees, please visit our Pricing Page.

In the event of failure of either the Core Module or a chosen Species Module, the student only needs to re-sit the exam that has been failed provided this happens within 12 months of the date of the first exam.  If the student fails again and moves beyond the 12-month deadline without passing, the student must sit both the Core Module and a Species Module again. 

For more information on exams and re-sits please read our Examinations Policy.

You can purchase as many of the modules as you want and study them all at once. Or add modules later as your career as a Vetpol SQP develops. For more information on fees, visit our FAQ page.

The format is designed to help you. The course is written in plain English with a glossary to help with technical terms. Key points are highlighted. You can track progress, complete exercises and multiple choice questions to help test learning as you go.

It’s all there. Just add a student.