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How can subscribe myself in the EHORB?

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I am bachelor honours degree in veterinary medicine, official veterinarian qualified in Bristol University, animal welfare officer, qualified in auditing food premisses and I want to subscribe myself in the EHORB. What I can do for to be a member?

Submitted: 2 years ago.
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Customer: replied 2 years ago.

Hi Shantal,

No, I couldn't find an answer, even I was still trying, today, too.

The answer it could be to a professional that is working as EHORB for a Local Authority, maybe.

Regards,

Daiana

Expert:  Patience replied 2 years ago.

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Environmental Health Officers Registration Board (EHORB) is now called the Environmental Health Registration Board (EHRB). Their main responsibility includes issuing Certificates of Registration to newly-qualified Environmental Health Practitioners (EHP).


Becoming qualified as an EHP involves academic study and practical training. People who already have a BSc in another field, such as yours in Veterinary Science, may be able to gain entry to an accredited postgraduate Msc in Environmental Health. Check out options at http://www.ehcareers.org/where_what/MSc.html

You have to successfully provide evidence of work-based learning with a portfolio and you have to pass an examination consisting of a case study concentrating on environmental health interventions and an interview. You can find more information atThe EHRB website: http://www.ehrb.co.uk/
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