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Head Nurse Congress 2020

The College of Animal Welfare

3 months ago
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Date: Tuesday 12th May, 2020 - Wednesday 13th May, 2020
Start time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM
Duration: 12 hour(s)
Cost: £249

Head Nurse Congress is a two day event which solely focuses on head veterinary nurses - exploring all aspects of the role, from the many different responsibilities, to the challenges a head veterinary nurse faces on a daily basis.Throughout the two days, you'll get the chance to listen to 10 lectures from a range of expert industry speakers, share ideas with like-minded individuals and network with a variety of exhibitors from across the industry, all while earning 12 hours of evidenced CPD.Book by the 31 March 2020 to attend at the discounted early bird price of £249VAT saving you £50. The full event details and information on how to book can be found at https://bit.ly/2P4tX2G. Keep up to date with Head Nurse Congress by liking our event page on Facebook at https://bit.ly/2P1dYCz

Who is it for?

Head Nurse Congress is aimed at new, experienced and even aspiring head veterinary nurses and practice managers.

The Speakers

We have a variety of speakers from across the industry attending Head Nurse Congress 2020. Some of these include Libby Kemkaran-Thompson, Practice Development Coach at Vet Dynamics, Bevis Moynan, Creative Director at Magenta Coaching Solutions and Anne-Marie Svendsen Aylott, Leadership Coach at PurpleCat Coaching Ltd.

The Venue

The event is being held at the East of England Arena and Events Centre in Peterborough (PE2 6XE) for the second year running. The venue features a spacious conference area as well as a separate space for exhibitor stands.

Number of CPD hours this event can be recorded as

12 hours

Registration and Booking

Click here to reserve your place


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