You can browse below our upcoming courses below.
Advanced Theoretical Equine Dental Technicians Course - Full Online Package
This course is aimed at veterinarians and the more experienced EDT who wishes to sit the BEVA/BVDA EDT examination in the future.
Advanced Theoretical Equine Dental Technicians Course - Online Discussion Only
BEVA members are able to attend the online discussion day to ensure they are prepared to sit the BEVA/BVDA examination.
BEVA Congress is a unique opportunity to discover, learn, and get together with equine vets from across the globe.
13th International Equine Colic Research Symposium
A unique opportunity for international equine clinicians and gastroenterology experts to share the latest research and scientific advances on the treatment and prevention of colic and related diseases.
Fundamentals of Sedation, Field Anaesthesia and Castration
A very practical 'hands on' course designed for new or recent graduates or those in mixed practice with varied levels of equine work.
Imaging Techniques for Equine Nurses
This course is aimed at nurses but would also be suitable for interns or those wishing to brush up on how to take images safely. It will not focus on interpretation or identifying pathology but will cover avoiding artefacts and how to set up and position to take views safely.
Cardiology for the GP Equine Vet
Feeling uncomfortable about heart cases and worried you might miss something important? This is the first of two module course taking you from basic to intermediate level in equine cardiology. In this first module, we will cover the fundamentals of how to perform a cardiac exam and how to identify and manage common cardiovascular problems in the horse.
Event Incident Management
An all-encompassing course with practical speakers with huge amounts of hands-on experience, this is a must for all those interested or currently working at horse trials or other equine events.
Fundamentals of Equine Emergencies
Join experienced course tutors as they reveal some of the "art" of equine practice, as well as the science.
Advanced Imaging Discussion Forum
These new imaging discussion forums are aimed at members in all aspects of equine veterinary work who want to advance their skills in advanced image reading. Delegates ideally will have some experience/knowledge of interpretation of MRI, CT and nuclear scintigraphy. The aim is to create a welcoming and informal case based discussion focusing on the head and axial skeleton.