Introducing the Vetpol team

Caroline Johnson, Director

Animal-mad Caroline also loves people. With a background in veterinary pharmaceuticals she is well equipped to train SQPs and give support to students: people development is her thing. Being a Director of Vetpol brings together all the skills and experience she’s acquired during a long and varied career.

Dr Jeremy Johnson, Director

A love of cattle, working as a vet, then a career in the pharmaceutical industry led Jeremy to Vetpol. He has a life-long interest in veterinary medicines. Jeremy also loves challenges, so has enjoyed harnessing modern technology to deliver novel approaches to SQP training and development.

Debbie Collins, Customer Care & Key Accounts Manager

If you’re looking for a friendly, knowledgeable person to help you, contact! With a successful and varied career in customer service, including managing a busy vet practice, the ever-smiling Debs is ready to answer your questions and point you in the right direction. Do not hesitate to contact her!

Lisa Giddings, Munch & Learn Co-ordinator

Lisa’s passion for alpacas, guinea pigs, dogs and everything else that moves or crawls, along with her helpful manner and organisational skills, makes her the ideal person to manage and run our successful Munch & Learn events! Lisa is very well connected too – you may already know her – so we are delighted to have her as an integral part of our team.

If you wish to discuss anything M&L related please get in touch with

Vetpol Associates

Dr Susan McKay, Companion Consultancy

Susan has run a very successful PR and marketing business for many years, working in the veterinary, pet and animal health sectors.

Companion Consultancy are responsible for managing Vetpol’s social media accounts and for writing and distributing our press releases.

We love working with Susan and are happy to recommend her to anyone looking for an first class creative agency. For more info visit:

Jim McNulty, Graphic Designer

If you’ve ever looked at our wonderful graphics such as the Munch & Learn donut and wondered how they do that?….the answer is that we employ the services of the wonderfully talented Jim!

Jim runs a design company, JMC Design and Motion, and he meets our brief every single time. We are happy to recommend his services to others; contact him at

About Us

“Vetpol Ltd is committed to year on year improvement and to the long-term development of SQPs”
Dr Jeremy Johnson MRCVS

Vetpol Ltd is run by a team of professional people and is approved by the Veterinary Medicines Directorate to train, register and regulate SQPs working in UK businesses supplying veterinary medicines.

Our team has worked within or alongside the following: veterinary practice, pharmaceutical business, farms, farm retail, pet and equine businesses. We love animals and are knowledgeable and passionate about veterinary medicines. Being involved in the training and regulation of SQPs brings together our collective knowledge and experience.

We believe we can always do better and be better…with help from you. So please join us in giving feedback, telling us how we may improve and be part of our wider Vetpol community and our Facebook group where you can register to have access to us and our networks.

We are here to support you.

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Vetpol Advisory Panel

Vetpol chairs an Advisory Panel of experts from across the SQP market who contribute their opinions, knowledge and expertise and assist with brainstorming and decision-making. This is because Vetpol aims to do things differently:

  • To drive up standards in the training and regulation of SQPs
  • To continually improve in every aspect, including training materials and methods, student support and customer service
  • To elevate the professional recognition of SQPs
  • To harness modern technology in the quest for continual improvement, enhancing training, training delivery and CPD

The Directors cannot do this alone!

We currently have a sufficient number of members on the Vetpol Advisory Panel but if you feel you have something to offer and would like to be included, please contact us and we will notify you when a position becomes available.

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