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Heavily Discounted CPD For BVA Members

13 years ago

11th May, 2009 00h00

The British Veterinary Association (BVA) has teamed up with the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) to offer a 50% discount on continuing professional development (CPD) courses to BVA members. From 11 May 2009The Refresher Day courses are designed to refresh vets’ knowledge and understanding of core principles in each discipline as well as discussing any important recent advances and suits those returning to practice or moving practice type. Participants will earn up to 5 hours CPD credit. The Interactive Online Lectures allow interaction between participants and the lecturer - a fun, convenient and efficient way of learning and earning 2 hours of CPD credit from your computer. Here, participants also have the option of viewing a recorded version if they can’t make the live online lecture. So what are the details? Refresher DaysInteractive Online LecturesMore information on both courses is available at “As Director of Professional Development at the RVC I am proud and pleased that we are able to assist young veterinarians and those returning to practice after a career break to participate in affordable and accessible CPD from the RVC. Our partnership with the BVA in this area is an exciting new venture for the RVC and we look forward to welcoming BVA members to our CPD courses” said RVC’s Jill Madison. BVA President Nicky Paull added “This is yet another great chance to get your skills up-to-date and at little cost. BVA is always keen to provide opportunities to its members and this offers a something to particularly benefit those who need some flexibility in their career. Added to that, the new online lecture option will help young graduates receive up to date CPD from this high quality provider in the comfort of their own practice and at a significant discount. This will be yet another reason for practices to sign up their young graduate employees to BVA membership.”

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