With just a few days to go until Christmas there’s still chance to treat yourself, or a friend, to one of our fabulous VetCPD courses starting in January. Updating your skills and investing in your CPD is the perfect way to kick start the New Year and to keep developing your professional career.
There’s plenty to choose from with five courses available that cover a wide range of subjects.
Monitoring anaesthetised patients is one of the most crucial aspects of a veterinary nurse’s role and ‘Anaesthetic Monitoring for Veterinary Nurses’ online course that starts on 7th January is the ideal course for a vet nurse looking to develop their VetCPD training next year.
This course tutored by expert Denise Prisk, DipAVN Surgical VTS Anaesthesia Analgesia LTCL LCGI RVN, will cover both basic and more advanced methods of monitoring anaesthetised small animals. The periods of induction, intubation and recovery will also be discussed. Common abnormalities will be covered, e.g. cardiac arrhythmias, hyper and hypocapnia, together with the action that should be taken to address them. There is also a great course preview available online too at https://vetcpd.co.uk.
Other courses running in January are: Ophthalmology in Dogs and Cats, Epilepsy in cats and dogs, Cutaneous Mast Cell Tumours in the Dog and Parasite prevention and disease detection in the travelling and imported pet. All courses run for three weeks with the tutor, beginning on 7th January 2019 and ending on the 27th January 2019.
VetCPD online courses offer a highly interactive way of learning with key features including: a series of modules comprising a recorded webinar, comprehensive and downloadable course notes, clinical cases to test your knowledge and an active course forum where participants can ask questions and debate topics. At the end of the course there is a final exam plus a Certificate of Completion for your CPD records. Each course is worth 8 hours CPD and is great value at £129 + VAT.
To book please visit: https://vetcpd.co.uk or call 01225 445561.