You can browse below our upcoming courses below.
FULLY BOOKED - Pre-Purchase Examination – the essentials
These workshops are designed to provide all the essential information to ensure that delegates can confidently perform a five-stage vetting in line with RCVS, BEVA and VDS recommendations.
FULLY BOOKED: Pre-Purchase Examination – the essentials
Practical Foal Nursing
This live online webinar will include a live tour of the foal unit at Rossdales Equine Hospital. Real cases will be presented and discussed where possible. Following this there will be a lecture presentation based on managing diarrhoea in foals, and a question-and-answer session.
POSTPONED TO JULY 2021: The Equine Back
The anatomy of the back is complex and pain can arise from several structures caused by a variety of problems, which are usually multi-factorial and often interlinked resulting in a range of clinical signs. This course explores the process of diagnosis and therapy of back problems.
Fundamentals of Lameness, Laminitis and Farriery
Join us for a full day of hands-on lameness work ups, performing nerve and joint blocks and a discussion of cases and approaches to tricky lameness conundrums. Aimed at new grads but also ideal for those wanting a refresher. Please contact us to be added to the waiting list.
Fundamentals of Radiography & Ultrasound
Frustrated at images just not being quite right? Sick of retakes? Want to get more out of your ultrasound images or just brush up on your skills? Want to be more confident imaging in the field? This new, improved course takes all the theory online, enabling a full day of truly ‘hands on’, practical teaching.
BEVA Approved: BARTA Veterinary Responder course
The BARTA Veterinary Responder BEVA Approved course is designed to develop the knowledge and skills of practising veterinary surgeons and supporting team members when attending large animal incidents alongside the emergency services.
From Superfoods to Supplements: how to know more than the owner
We regularly treat a variety of conditions such laminitis and colic, but are we always confident about the best feeding advice to give our clients? And how often do we walk into a tack room full of the ‘latest’ supplements and wonder if any of them actually work?
The Equine Back
Fundamentals of the Skin, Eyes, Medicines & Difficult Moments
Part of our ‘Fundamentals programme’ aimed at new and recent graduates this course provides a grounding in some fundamental aspects of ophthalmic and dermatologic conditions seen in general practice.