RCVS Calls For Veterinary Professionals To Help Support Development Of New RCVS Academy Digital Learning Platform
The Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons (RCVS) is looking for veterinary professionals to support the development of a new digital learning platform that the College will be launching later this year as part of its RCVS Academy initiative.
The RCVS Academy will aim to support and develop the skills and knowledge of the veterinary team with a range of digital learning and development tools.
Ahead of its launch, the College is looking for veterinary professionals to join the RCVS Academy Panel to provide feedback on the learning platform and so support the advancement of the RCVS Academy project.
Jennifer Ayers RVN, RCVS Academy Manager, said: “We are looking for veterinary surgeons, veterinary nurses and any other members of the veterinary team who have a key interest in learning and the further development and advancement of professional skills within the professions.
“The Panel is looking for individuals from across the industry with a variety of roles, disciplines, career stages, ages, backgrounds, and locations. We’re keen to ensure that the Academy responds to the needs of all our veterinary professionals.”
As a member of the Academy Panel, veterinary professionals would be expected to provide feedback on the key features and functionality of the learning platform; suggesting learning topics and solutions to support the development of veterinary professionals; and attending virtual discussion groups to provide feedback on the platform.
Those who are interested in joining the Academy Panel can register their interest by completing a short form at the following website address: https://forms.office.com/r/ccJjDC4ksw. Once the form is completed a member of the RCVS Academy Team will get in touch on the next steps.
In the meantime, anyone with questions about either the RCVS Academy or the Panel should contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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