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Practical Abdominal Ultrasound – The Basics

Thursday 15th & Friday 16th March 2018 In Association With: BCF Technology This two-day practical course will cover machine set up, which probe to use and how to optimise the image to make sure you can get the best out of your machine in practice. Body systems covered will include the liver and gallbladder, spleen, GI tract and urogenital tract, learning how to recognise what is normal and how to classify any abnormalities noted. Delegates will learn how to achieve standard views of the abdomen, which measurements are useful to take and what they mean when making a diagnosis. This course will give delegates the confidence to perform diagnostic abdominal ultrasound in practice on a wide variety of cases. TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE: The ultrasound machine – how to use the machine to its best effect Familiarising yourself with the normal in order to recognise the abnormal Imaging the liver, gallbladder, spleen, GI tract and urogenital tract Useful measurements to take, how to take them and what they mean As we aim to keep group numbers small and the course has a large practical element, we would ask delegates to bring along an appropriate dog to scan so that we can scan a broad range of cases and give the dogs time out as needed. **If you are unable to bring a dog along, please contact us before booking your place.** www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Anaesthesia Challenges in Everyday Practice

Lecturer: Claire Roberts Date: Thursday 1st March 2018 Anaesthesia is a daily occurrence in practice and often can be approached in a fairly routine manner. Some cases require far more consideration and planning than others, however. This one-day course will look at some of the specific challenges that we are often faced with, and how best to approach them in terms of anaesthetic induction, maintenance and the recovery period. The latter can often be the most susceptible time for some of the more vulnerable patients. This is a full day of interactive case-based discussion where we will look at specific patients and what additional concerns we may have during anaesthesia, focusing on how and why we should address these. TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE: The geriatric patient- the importance of pre-GA testing and assessment The caesarean section- pre-medications and foetal considerations The endocrine patient- considerations of altered metabolism and unstable patients The septic abdomen – anaesthesia in the face of an unstable haemodynamic state The brachycephalic patient- pre and post-op complications and how to avoid them. Rabbit anaesthesia and the unique challenges they pose www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Practical Echocardiography

Lecturer: Joao Loureiro In Association With: BCF Technology Monday 26th & Tuesday 27th February 2018 This highly practical course aims to give delegates the confidence to perform diagnostic echocardiography in practice. At the end of the two days, candidates should feel confident to achieve the standard echocardiographic views on the right and left side, perform M-mode and Doppler studies in a variety of dogs. Examples of echocardiographic changes seen with common diseases such as valvular endocardiosis, dilated cardiomyopathy and feline cardiomyopathies will be reviewed and examples of congenital diseases such as pulmonic stenosis, patent ductus arteriosus, and ventricular septal defects will also be discussed. Topics to be covered include: How to set up your ultrasound machine to get the best image Standard echocardiographic views and useful measurements to make a diagnosis Learn how to use Doppler echocardiography Identify the typical echocardiographic changes seen in common acquired and congenital cardiac disease   **Please contact us before booking if you are unable to bring a dog with you on the course ** www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Caring for Elderly Cats

Caring for Elderly Cats: Getting the Most out of your Senior and Geriatric Feline Medicine Lecturer: Sarah Caney Supported by: Boehringer Academy Thursday 15th February 2018 Thanks to better diets and health care, more and more cats are now living to/beyond a geriatric age (15 years). Cats are very good at adapting to and compensating for illness, which can make it hard for carers to spot signs of disease. Many common geriatric illnesses can be managed with benefits to both quality and length of life. Management of concurrent disease can make clinical care challenging however. The speaker will include as many practical tips as possible through the day with a key aim being to increase participants’ clinical skills and confidence when dealing with elderly cats. **Every delegate will also be provided with a free copy of the lecturer’s latest book ‘Caring for an Elderly Cat’** Topics to be covered include: Preventative healthcare for the older cat – what, why and when? Cat friendly tips for handling, sedating and sampling older cats Management of concurrent disease – what’s the best approach? A clinical update on ‘what’s new’ for diagnosis and management of common old cat illnesses such as: Osteoarthritis CKD Hyperthryoidism Cognitive dysfunction Constipation www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com  

 
Practical Dentistry- Two Day Course

Wednesday 7th & Thursday 8th February 2018 The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 204 Manor Place Kennington  London SE17 3BN Supported by:  Dentistry is a very important part of practice life, from a time and income perspective, as well as in terms of general animal welfare, yet it is often the discipline practitioners like the least. This two-day cadaver-based practical course aims to significantly improve your practical dentistry skills as well as reignite your enthusiasm. TOPICS TO BE COVERED INCLUDE: Understand the clinical indications for extractions, including reviewing relevant alternatives Review relevant dental and oral anatomy Understand the principles involved in closed and open (surgical) extraction techniques Understand the benefits and risks of/and practise regional anaesthesia (dental nerve blocks) Practise extractions on cadaver specimens – concentrating on the ‘big 4’: canines and carnassials in the dog Review surgical principles of mucogingivoperiosteal flap creation Understand how to avoid extraction complications Learn how to retrieve root tips Brought To You By: www.centralcpd.co.uk www.vet-ecpd.com

 
Knowing yourself and others - CPD from SFG Knowing yourself and others - CPD from SFG

As a veterinary surgeon in practice we are in a position of leadership whether we realize it or not. Often we can get frustrated with others during a busy working day and we too can be frustrating to team members without being aware of it. This seminar really looks at you in depth and focuses on personal preferences from how we like to do things, process information, make decisions and live life. Using Myers Briggs profiling the day explains how we can tailor our approach to maximize communication and how, by knowing ourselves, and others better, we can have greater understanding and empathy, achieving positive outcomes with reduced stress. Course content looks at; • What we mean by preferences • How the Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) works • The MBTI tool • What it means in practice • How to really benefit when communicating day to day We offer three other courses as part of our new graduate programme Subsidised Pricing The market value of all 4 modules is £3500. However for St Francis and Vetswest members the following subsidised costs will apply: Business Academy members - £200+VAT per module Non-Business Academy members - £250+VAT per module Should you wish to book all 4 sessions at the same time you will receive an additional £100 discount off the total booking. To find out more, to enrol for this course or to enquire about ALL the benefits of becoming an St Francis Group member, click the VIST MY WEBSITE link This is what some of our delegates think of our courses: “…one of the most useful days of management CPD I have ever attended” Practice Partner “Great day - very helpful, brilliant information” Practice Manager “Really positive and reinvigorated for return to work” Receptionist

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The business of practice & dealing with challenges The business of practice & dealing with challenges

First and foremost veterinary practice is a business, which needs to operate in a profitable way in order to remain viable. This seminar gives an overview of what the business is all about, the key issues and goals that are paramount to success and where the vets fit into the equation. The morning looks at the basics of practice business and how to get to where we need to go. The afternoon session focuses on some of the challenges faced in busy practice and gives guidance on how to deal with difficult and demanding clients and delicate situations. The course content focuses on; • The cost of business • Strategic planning • Key performance indicators • Complaint handling • Difficult people and situations • Anger management • Delicate discussions We offer three other courses as part of our new graduate programme Subsidised Pricing The market value of all 4 modules is £3500. However for St Francis and Vetswest members the following subsidised costs will apply: Business Academy members - £200+VAT per module Non-Business Academy members - £250+VAT per module Should you wish to book all 4 sessions at the same time you will receive an additional £100 discount off the total booking. To find out more, to enrol for this course or to enquire about ALL the benefits of becoming an St Francis Group member, click the VIST MY WEBSITE link This is what some of our delegates think of our courses: “…one of the most useful days of management CPD I have ever attended” Practice Partner “Great day - very helpful, brilliant information” Practice Manager “Really positive and reinvigorated for return to work” Receptionist

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SFG CPD - Insights into marketing in practice SFG CPD - Insights into marketing in practice

From the minute the doors open until well after we have all gone home practices are using sales and marketing in everything that they do. This session takes the myths out of marketing and looks at practice specific examples of what we need to do as a team in order for the business to thrive and how to become an active contributor towards the process. On the day we will workshop through a dummy practice looking at the areas that need focus and going through the 7 p’s of marketing. The session concentrates on; • Playing to practice strengths and where you fit in • Assessing future challenges and developing strategies to progress • Making the most of what we have • How marketing affects our daily lives • Taking the “sell” out of selling We offer three other courses as part of our new graduate programme Subsidised Pricing The market value of all 4 modules is £3500. However for St Francis and Vetswest members the following subsidised costs will apply: Business Academy members - £200+VAT per module Non-Business Academy members - £250+VAT per module Should you wish to book all 4 sessions at the same time you will receive an additional £100 discount off the total booking. To find out more, to enrol for this course or to enquire about ALL the benefits of becoming an St Francis Group member, click the VIST MY WEBSITE link This is what some of our delegates think of our courses: “…one of the most useful days of management CPD I have ever attended” Practice Partner “Great day - very helpful, brilliant information” Practice Manager “Really positive and reinvigorated for return to work” Receptionist

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 CPD with St Francis - Managing Motivation CPD with St Francis - Managing Motivation

This seminar explores what motivates and how, as leaders of the business we can create a motivated team. The day covers the following; • What motivates people - understanding where motivation comes from and how to tune into what motivates individuals to get the most out of a team dynamic. • How leaders can influence their outcomes - explores why some people are great and will sacrifice for others and how we can influence and create like minded team members • The science behind motivation - takes a look at the biology behind it all and demonstrates what we need to do in order to meet our business goals effectively. • The strengths in play - examines what our strengths are as individuals and within our business and how they can really help us progress and explores the issues that can occur if those strengths are overused, giving guidance on getting it right. • Visualising objectives - works with a number of tools to help you communicate your objectives effectively. • Five fat factors of motivation - gives you a framework to ensure your team can be inspired to reach their goal. • Finally there will be a section on how to progress with your practice team and guidance on running sessions with the team back in practice to make practical use of the information from the workshop, with a number of practical helpful tools for you to download and use after this seminar. Business Academy courses are for St Francis Group members. To find out more, to enrol for this course or to enquire about ALL the benefits of becoming an St Francis Group member, click the VIST MY WEBSITE link This is what some of our Business Academy delegates think of our courses: “…one of the most useful days of management CPD I have ever attended” Practice Partner “Great day - very helpful, brilliant information” Practice Manager “Really positive and reinvigorated for return to...

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Animal Nursing Assistant Distance Learning Course Animal Nursing Assistant Distance Learning Course

We offer the Level 2 Award, Certificate and Diploma for Animal Nursing Assistants via distance learning only. No college attendance necessary. No exams! Flexible study and payment options. To find out more see our website www.sjstrainiing.co.uk or email Sarah Stockwell sjstraining@btinternet.com or call 0845 2570976

 
Improve International. For all your training needs Improve International. For all your training needs

Established by veterinary surgeons in 1998, we are now the largest private provider of the highest quality CPD in the UK. We now also offer CPD in other countries across Europe including Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Austria, Sweden, Norway and Denmark. Training courses are offered at venues across the country, and we train veterinary surgeons, nurses, practice management and reception staff. Our course portfolio includes one-day, two-day, and modular training. Our purpose-built practical facilities enable us to provide outstanding practical training with small group sizes maximising the learning experience. For those who are looking for something a bit different, we can also tailor-make CPD courses to fit the needs of your practice, and come to you to provide them. For more information on any of our training programmes contact enquiries@improve-international.com  or visit our website at www.improvecpd.com

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Vital Spark - Training provider Vital Spark - Training provider

Vital  Spark Training Consultants Ltd. Based in Cambridgshire- covering the whole of the UK Bespoke training from an ex Veterinary Nurse and ex National sales manager of 3 blue chip veterinary pharmaceutical companies. All training is bespoke to the needs of your practice and individuals For more information please see our website :  www.vitalsparkconsultancy.co.uk

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eCPD Respiratory Emergencies

A series of seven videos with Fiona Adam covering the topic of respiratory emergencies. ***The cost of this course (£35 + VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Respiratory distress is a common presenting complaint in small animal practice. Prompt recognition of the localisation of the source of the problem based on history, observation and targeted investigations will ensure the best management for your cases. This series covers some tips to aid prompt and non-invasive diagnoses and looks at the management of some of the more common causes of dyspnoea in cats and dogs: feline asthma, pneumothorax, laryngeal paralysis, BOAS, pneumonia, heart failure and beyond. Topics covered include: How to localise the source of the problem and make a prompt diagnosis in a minimally invasive way Management of common causes of dyspnoea including congestive heart failure, feline asthma, pneumothorax and many more www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Vet Refresh Modules

Various core videos covering a huge range of different aspects of veterinary skills and medicine such as; Feline Medicine, Internal Medicine, Emergency Medicine and Practical skills from a whole host of fantastic lecturers equating to over 50 hours of CPD! ***The cost of this course (£35 + VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Funny Walks, Movers & Shakers- Neurology

Funny Walks, Movers & Shakers: The Weird & Wonderful World of Neurology A five part series with Clare Rusbridge exploring small animal neurology. ***The cost of this course (£35 + VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Do you have neuro-phobia or do you want to extend your knowledge of small animal neurology beyond the basics? The advent of the smart phone means that veterinary surgeons are increasingly given movie clips of dogs and cats “doing weird stuff”. This series begins with a refresher on how to perform a neurological examination and then delves into the murky world of twitches, jerks, spasms, scratches and collapses. Topics covered include: -How to confidently perform a neurological exam and interpret the results -Distinguishing a movement disorder from a seizure and how to manage them -Recognising and treating Chiari malformation and syringomyelia -Neuropathic pain and itch www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Case-Based Challenges

A 6 part series on Case-Based Challenges with Jon Wray. ***The cost of this course (£35 + VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!**   Using clinical case studies this course will provide delegates with systematic protocols for work up of some of the most commonly presented clinical signs- vomiting, diarrhoea, PU/PD and anaemia. A logical approach to diagnostic testing, how to interpret blood results and treatment protocols for common differentials will be demonstrated using interactive case based challenges.   Topics to be covered include: -Interpretation of diagnostic tests -Assessment of blood results -Logical systematic approach for investigation of vomiting diarrhoea, PU/PD and anaemia   www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD An Update on Parasites & Pet Travel

A series of 5 videos on parasites and implications for pet travel by Ian Wright. ***The cost of this course (£35+VAT) also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** The threats posed to pets and their owners by parasites is growing with increased pet travel, parasite movement and climate change, and nurses are at the forefront of fielding questions and concerns from pet owners about the risks they face. The wide range of parasiticides now on the market means we have never been better armed to deal with the parasites pet cat and dogs carry. The variety of options can be confusing however, and are only useful when combined with effective parasite knowledge and control advice. This series will refresh knowledge about clinically important pet parasites, their treatment and control. How this can be used in practice, both in domestic parasite control programs and also in pet travel clinics will then be discussed with case examples. This series will give delegates the confidence to discuss parasite control, design individual preventative regimes for clients, as well as provide general practical advice on travelling with pets. Topics to be covered include: -An update on pet parasites -An introduction to the important diseases and ways to prevent them -Formulating individual preventative regimes for clients -Pet travel clinics www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Endocrine Emergencies with Rob Foale

A seven part series on Endocrine Emergencies with Rob Foale. ***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Course synopsis: The signs of an endocrine disease or the signs of an animal under treatment becoming unstable can often be completely missed until a crisis point is reached and an animal arrives in an emergency situation. Recognising that an endocrine disorder may the underlying aetiology is vital for rapid diagnosis, emergency treatment and management. This course will cover the approach to hypocalcaemia and hypoglcaemia including treatment protocols, before moving on to recognizing and treating diabetic ketoacidosis, an addisonian crisis, hypoparathyroidism and an insulinoma. Topics to be covered include: -Approach to hypocalcaemia and hypoglycaemia and treatment protocols -Hypoparathyroidism, insulinoma, DKA and Addisons -Case-based examples to consolidate the theory www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD The Inappetent Cat

A seven part series by Martha Cannon exploring the common causes of inappetence in cats and practical nursing approaches. ***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Poor appetite is a common problem in cats and is a feature of a wide range of diseases and problems. Dehydration, pain and stress can also be very significant contributing factors. Finding ways to overcome inappetence and to encourage good levels of food intake are essential for recovery and the best approach to this will depend on the underlying cause. This video covers the common causes of inappetence in cats and looks at practical nursing approaches to their management: Topics covered include: -Common causes of inappetance- nausea, respiratory compromise, pain, dehydration and stress -Effective ways of managing the causes of inappetance -Tips on methods to try and encourage appetite -Placement and management of the commonly used feeding tubes www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
VDS Communications Training VDS Communications Training

The Veterinary Defence Society is holding one-day communications training seminars for all members of the practice team .  The Team Approach Seminars will tackle some of the common problems in practice such as ineffective communication between practice and client.  These seminars take place all over the UK - please ask for more details. Managing Difficult Situations Seminars will focs on dealing with complaints, difficult and emotional clients and help develop the special skills needed to defuse these situations.  These seminars are for veterinary surgeons and other members of the practice team. You can also contact us for a bespoke quote for our In-Practice training and information on our  Graduate Reunions . For further details, contact Marina Baxter c/o the VDS by telephone on 01565 652737, or email: mbaxter@vetdef. co.uk

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CAW Business School - Management Courses CAW Business School - Management Courses

How do you make a team that is greater than the sum of its parts? CAW’s new Business School offers an accredited Level 3 Certificate in Leadership and Management. This is aimed at the Head Nurses, Practice Managers, and the Senior Veterinary Surgeons of the veterinary world who are looking to make their team work like a fine watch. You may feel like a born leader, but it’s something that can be learned! Leading a team or managing a practice is the single biggest challenge that exists in the veterinary profession. Individually, you and the members of your veterinary team are likely enormously capable. In fact, quite often you’re so good, you’re taken and placed in the position of ‘team leader’, ‘head nurse’, ‘practice manager’, or ‘senior veterinary surgeon’. Contact us for more information at 01480 422 060, or email admin@caw.ac.uk!

 
eCPD Cardio-basics: Everything but the Echo

A series of 6 videos presented by Jon Wray. ***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Frustrated by cardiac patients? Troublesome ECGs? Problems with radiographic interpretation? Although echocardiography is an incredibly useful tool in defining the aetiology of cardiac disease, its use is complicated and requires very frequent performance in order to gain the requisite skills. Furthermore the basics of a good history and physical examination, and interpretation of thoracic radiographs and ECGs are more useful in determining the basic questions– does this patient have cardiac disease and how bad is it? This series of videos, comprising a mixture of case-based examples, quizzes and teaching aims to concentrate on the basics with a common-sense approach to practical cardiology. Topics to be covered include: -Taking a thorough history for cardiac patients -ECGS- a whistle-stop tour -Radiographic interpretation for cardiac patients -Case-based examples to consolidate theory www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Nursing the Geriatric Patient

A 6 part series with Claire Roberts from Synergy CPD. ***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!*** This series of videos is aimed at veterinary nurses who want to provide their senior patients with the best care possible. Old age is not a disease in itself, but it is a time when many disease processes occur. The following topics will be covered: -The implementation of geriatric screening in practice, what is involved and why is it so important -Anaesthetic considerations for the senior patient -How multi modal anaesthesia can help your senior patients, focusing on a dental protocol and introducing the concept of local anaesthesia techniques -Treatment and management of the hyperthyroid patient -Treatment and management of polyuria and polydipsia -Blood pressure monitoring, how to do it correctly and why it is so important -Treatment and management of chronic pain www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD Feline Ophthalmology

A series of 6 videos with Sally Turner. ***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** Feline ophthalmology presents its own unique challenges compared to their canine counterparts, including the role systemic disease and viruses can play in many ophthalmic diseases. This series will start with hints and tips on how to get the most from your ophthalmic exam, then move on to discussing common ophthalmological presentations in cats, how to perform a logical work-up, what treatment options are available and what to do when they don’t work! Case-based discussions with plenty of images will ensure that you go back to practice confident to tackle the next ophthalmology cases that come through the door. Topics to be covered include: -Examining cats’ eyes – tips to get the most from your ophthalmoscope! -Feline Herpes Virus -Key points in feline ulcers -Non-ulcerative corneal problems in cats -Uveitis in cats -Things that go wrong in the fundus www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
eCPD ECC for Nurses

***The cost of this course also includes unlimited access to vet-ecpd.com for 1 full month, allowing you to view hundreds of hours of certified CPD lectures on a huge variety of topics!** In this 6 part series, Shailen Jasani will cover some key emergency medicine topics with particular emphasis on the essential role of the veterinary nurse. The course will start with a discussion of how to triage the emergency patient, the indications and appropriate use of fluid therapy, and the importance of pain management and providing a multimodal approach to analgesia. Finally the course will foray into canine and feline poisoning before ending with a classic small animal emergency – the blocked cat! Topics to be covered include: -Assessment of emergency patients – major body system examination (triage) – Differences between hypovolaemia and dehydration – Different types of parenteral fluids and their appropriate use – Pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain management – Poisons: telephone communication, general approach and management of specific poisons – Blocked cats www.vet-ecpd.com www.centralcpd.co.uk

 
The VetX Veterinary Graduate Accelerator The VetX Veterinary Graduate Accelerator

Do you want to extend your learning beyond University and develop the key success skills that will help you become a successful veterinarian?   Do you want to avoid the stress of being sued in your first year as a vet?   Is support after graduation important to you so you don’t feel isolated or left behind?   Do you want to be able to have pet owners saying “yes” to your clinical recommendations so you can help pets get better (while rapidly accelerating your clinical skill development)?    Do you want to know how to spot a good practice from a bad one?   Would you like to learn how to get what you want from your boss (including new equipment and a pay rise) without annoying or upsetting them in the process?   Do you feel completely unprepared for the financial side of life as a vet?   Would you like to learn now what to do to pay off your debts, be able to afford a house and retire wealthy in 40 years?   If the answer is yes to any (or all) of these questions then the VetX Graduate Accelerator Program is the best investment you can make in your future.     About VetX   VetX is a vibrant, active online community of like-minded, young vets who share the same goal, to be successful and happy in their job. It’s a unique, independent, educational, networking and mentoring group for new graduates who want to accelerate their career by learning from one of the world’s most experienced and successful vet coaches, Dr Dave Nicol.    Dr Dave Nicol is the author of the book “So You’re A Vet, Now What?” and has been directly mentoring new graduates in the UK and Australia for the last ten years. He pioneered the first ever “internship” in general practice for Australian vets who wanted to focus on a career as a GP. Plus he is the creator of the Graduate Friendly Practice...

 
bus Think Smart Unlimited - Coaching and Training Think Smart Unlimited - Coaching and Training

Tim Puddle and Jane Fletcher of Think Smart Unlimited are passionate about helping veterinary practices to grow through a partnership approach and positive change. We have senior management experience with blue-chip businesses (Waitrose, Procter & Gamble) combined with over 20 years of providing personalised support to enable practices to achieve clearer business propositions, a better understanding of customer needs, more effective and motivated teams, higher sales and profits. We have advised and coached hundreds of independent veterinary practitioners and led workshops with over 2,000 veterinary professionals. Contact us to discuss your practice needs and we can show you how our proven techniques could help you to develop your veterinary practice business. To find out more about us click on 'Visit my Web Site' under Seller Info 

 
Client Care: Fun and Interactive Online Training Client Care: Fun and Interactive Online Training

Help your veterinary practice thrive by buying Chunk Training's excellent 'Caring for Clients' course of 6 modules;  1. Delighting the client 2. Winning the new client 3. Communication, listening and conversing 4. Bereavement 5. Referrals and second opinions 6. Dealing with complaints and mistakes This course will ensure that all your staff know how to delight your clients and fulfil their needs, whether spoken or unspoken. Training is delivered in a fun and interactive manner, and trainees can progress through the course at their own pace pausing and resuming within each module as required to fit in with their working day. At the end of most modules is a quiz to test the trainees knowledge and the training supervisor will have access to a reporting system which will enable progress and quiz results to be reviewed. Does an easy route to aligning your staff sound too good to be true?  Using a powerful training system tried and tested by companies such as Google, Dyson and Nike, Chunk Training can lay the basis for a great client experience at your practice. Modules train all your staff, from Manager to Kennel assistant in the art of giving consistent, aligned advice at the ‘front line’ – the points of communication between practice and client.  Liz Watkins BVSC MRCVS developed the system for her own practice over several years, refining and growing it to solve the issues growing practices have in keeping all staff, including new starters, trained in client care issues.  This course is just £220+VAT,  plus £22+VAT for each trainee you wish to put on the course. For more information about how Chunk Training works and what it can do for you or to buy this course, please see our website www.chunktraining.co.uk, e-mail us at hello@chunktraining.co.uk or call us on 01934 235850.

 
Clinical Info: Fun and Interactive Online Training Clinical Info: Fun and Interactive Online Training

Help your veterinary practice thrive by buying Chunk Training's excellent 'Clinical Information for Support Staff' course of 6 modules;  1. What's that crawling on my pet? (Ectoparasites) 2. What's that lurking in my pet? (Endoparasites) 3. Treatment of fleas ticks and worms (Individualised) 4. Neutering 5. Vaccination (Individualised) 6. Is it an emergency? This unique online course about clinical information covers common animal issues and associated treatment. The content is designed to be easy to understand and will ensure team members have sufficient basic knowledge to help support clients with common requests outside of the consulting room. Also, because every practice has their own policies on recommended vaccinations and treatments we will personalise related content to align with your requirements. Training is delivered in a fun and interactive manner, and trainees can progress through the course at their own pace pausing and resuming within each module as required to fit in with their working day. At the end of most modules is a quiz to test the trainees knowledge and the training supervisor will have access to a reporting system which will enable progress and quiz results to be reviewed. Does an easy route to aligning your staff sound too good to be true?  Using a powerful training system tried and tested by companies such as Google, Dyson and Nike, Chunk Training can lay the basis for a great client experience at your practice. Modules train all your staff, from Manager to Kennel assistant in the art of giving consistent, aligned advice at the ‘front line’ – the points of communication between practice and client.  Liz Watkins BVSC MRCVS developed the system for her own practice over several years, refining and growing it to solve the issues growing practices have in keeping all staff, including new starters, trained in understand key clinical information and giving...

 
Money Matters: Fun and Interactive Online Training Money Matters: Fun and Interactive Online Training

Help your veterinary practice thrive by buying Chunk Training's short and powerful  'Managing Money Matters' course of 2 modules;  1. Pet Insurance 2. Debt Control This is a new shorter online course focusing on pertinent financial issues for the Veterinary Practice. This course helps emphasise the collective responsibility of managing money effectively and advising clients in a consistent manner. Training is delivered in a fun and interactive manner, and trainees can progress through the course at their own pace pausing and resuming within each module as required to fit in with their working day. At the end of most modules is a quiz to test the trainees knowledge and the training supervisor will have access to a reporting system which will enable progress and quiz results to be reviewed. Does an easy route to aligning your staff sound too good to be true?  Using a powerful training system tried and tested by companies such as Google, Dyson and Nike, Chunk Training can lay the basis for a great client experience at your practice. Modules train all your staff, from Manager to Kennel assistant in the art of giving consistent, aligned advice at the ‘front line’ – the points of communication between practice and client.  Liz Watkins BVSC MRCVS developed the system for her own practice over several years, refining and growing it to solve the issues growing practices have in keeping all staff, including new starters, trained in client care issues.  This course is just £100+VAT,  plus £22+VAT for each trainee you wish to put on the course. For more information about how Chunk Training works and what it can do for you or to buy this course, please see our website www.chunktraining.co.uk , e-mail us at hello@chunktraining.co.uk or call us on 01934 235850.