All who work within AIAT are dedicated to the health and well-being of all animals whether they are pets, working animals or commercial.  The animals don’t have a choice, humans control them totally, so we feel that manual therapy can help the animal to feel more happy, healthy and comfortable in the roll it plays in life as decided by its custodians.

Currently we offer training for:

  • Canine (dogs)

  • Bovine (cows)

  • Ovine (sheep)


Why study with AIAT?

​​We have the Highest of Standards

​Accredited courses align to Industry and National Occupational Standards which lead to fully insured Therapists who want to work in practice.  It also shows animal custodians who take our courses purely for their own purpose that they will be learning from the best in the industry.

  • Accredited training with industry levels up to 5, aligned to the regulatory level descriptors for the Regulatory Qualification Framework (RQF) and the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).

  • International recognition of one of the best training available with award winning courses.

  • Long standing training partnership with agricultural colleges/universities.

  • Angela Hall is a highly qualified professional and a Fellow of the International Society of Animal Professionals.

  • Instructors and Assessors within AIAT are Industry professionals with a minimum qualification level of BSc.


Flexibility to suit all student needs

  • Flexible payment options

  • Flexible study programmes

  • Distance learning and attended training with excellent support from Tutors/Assessors and fellow students and graduates

  • Group learning or private tuition available

  • Friendly and enjoyable learning environment


Growth & Development

​A growing range of first class CPD (continuing professional development) training to reach Therapist status of all-round excellence

Opportunities to join the growing AIAT teaching team is also actively encouraged.

If you are interested in starting an exciting journey into the world of animal therapy whether it be with dogs, cows or sheep with a highly professional and dedicated training team,  then read on.

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