Immersive, Interactive Online Courses In Your Chosen Subject Area
Gain new skills and insights over the six week course, with case studies, webinars, videos and course notes. Enjoy help and support from your tutor throughout. Subjects include Physiotherapy, Microscopy, GP Refresh Surgery, Cardiology, Cardiac Ultrasound, Small Animal Medicine Case Challenges, Abdominal Ultrasound, Anaesthesia, Emergency Medicine, and Head and Neck Surgery.
25 Hours of CPD Over 6 Weeks
Work through your course materials, discuss cases and aspects of your learning with your course tutor and fellow students, and apply theory to the cases that you’re likely to encounter in your consulting room.
Advance to the next level in your knowledge and decision-making
There are live sessions included in this flexible online format and these are great opportunities to ask questions and interact directly with your tutor and colleagues. However you can always catch these up afterwards if you miss one as they are all recorded. Discussion forums allow on-going case questions and answers
Get your personalised CPD Certificate for 25 Hours of CPD.
Complete your study, pass your self-assessment quizzes and get your personalised CPD Certificate for 25 Hours of CPD. You’ll also enjoy full access to your course materials online for a full year from the start of the course. You don't have to complete your course in six weeks - it's fully flexible and you have unlimited access.
Courses Available to Book:
Cardiac ultrasound is an important part of examining patients with known or suspected heart disease. Understanding the principles behind echocardiography will help you with image acquisition and optimisation, enabling confident interpretation with your patients. This course will take you through the principles of echocardiography, including advanced techniques, and their application to various disease processes in both cats and dogs.
Course commences on 7th September 2021.
A general level course, suitable for all vets in first opinion practice. Essential theory will be combined with extensive, interactive case discussions, allowing you to apply your new knowledge to small animal cardiac patients that you will encounter on a regular basis in your practice. A central part of this course will focus on identifying patients with heart disease, choosing and interpreting the tests that you perform and deciding on appropriate treatment.
This course commences on 11th May 2021.
GP Refresh Surgery
This online course in soft tissue surgery is designed for you if you’re a vet in general practice wanting to refresh your basic surgical skills. It’s also for you if you’re a new graduate vet who’d like some very practical help with procedures that you’re likely to perform in everyday practice.
This course commences on 16th March 2021.
Microscopy: Haematology and Cytology
This course will focus on quick but reliable checks and microscopic examination to fit into your daily caseload, providing rapid results that will inform your therapeutic decisions and discussion with the owner. It will cover the fundamentals because without this understanding, extraneous investigations or even misdiagnosis can occur.
Course commences on 2nd March 2021.
Rehabilitation, though a fundamental component of human pain management and post-operative recovery remains under-utilised in Veterinary medicine. Correctly implemented, it should underpin the development of a multimodal approach to pain management and enhance your surgical outcomes and the functional recovery of your small animal patients.
Course commences on 15th February 2021.
Emergency medicine cases can be daunting but can also be exciting and rewarding when you make the best decisions you can in an effective and efficient way. This 6 week course will help to take the panic out of some of the clinical situations you’ll have to face in first opinion practice by equipping you with a sound and practical approach and a means of making the most of the staff and facilities you have available.
Course commences on 4th January 2021.
Small Animal Medicine Case Challenges
Develop your approach to the diagnosis and management of small animal medical cases that you’re likely to see in your consulting room on this course. Using real-life clinical cases encountered in primary care practice, we’ll cover a wide range of disorders including those of the gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, endocrine, urogenital, respiratory, haematological and immune systems.
Course commences on 24th May 2021.
Head and Neck Surgery
Head and neck surgery can be daunting as the anatomy may not be as familiar as that of the abdomen but such cases offer an exciting opportunity to expand your skills base. The aim of this online course is to give you a thorough grounding in the diagnosis, surgical management and post-surgical care of common diseases seen affecting the head and neck using a practical approach to make the most of the staff and facilities you have available.
Course commences on 25th October 2021.
This course is specifically designed for vets in practice who want to advance their scanning skills and interpretation to the next level. It’s a general level course, suitable for beginners and those with some experience. Through interactive sessions, discussions of how to obtain and interpret scanning images and videos and how to apply these to cases that you’re likely to see in practice, you’ll be able to use your new knowledge and skills from Day One of the course.
Course commences on 25th October 2021.
How do I anaesthetise my…?
In this course we will explore anaesthetics from a different angle: the diseased dog and cat that requires general anaesthesia in small animal practice. This course for vets in general practice who want to advance their knowledge, understanding and skills in veterinary anaesthesia avoiding the “one size fits all” approach. You’ll gain insights and learn protocols that you can use with your small animal patients on a daily basis, for better outcomes and lower stress levels.
Course commences on 7th June 2021.
This course will begin with reviewing the core basics of clinical neurology by making the neurological examination and lesion localisation simple and efficient. We will use case based video footage to demonstrate how to work through the hands off and hands on examination to determine the lesion localization, and putting your findings together with the signalment, onset and progression of the disease to develop a differential diagnosis list.
Course commences on 2nd August 2021.