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The Fundamentals of Equine Practice Series

The Fundamentals of Equine Practice series has been designed to equip those who are keen to establish themselves in equine practice with the essential skills necessary to carry out their day job. 

Why choose the Fundamentals series?

Designed by equine vets for equine vets. We have worked with leading practice owners to better understand the support and training new equine veterinary surgeons require. It is this feedback that has been used to design the Fundamentals series, a programme of ten courses that cover all essential aspects of equine veterinary care.

Hands-on courses, delivered by experts. As with all of our CPD courses, the Fundamentals series will mix lecture based teaching with 'hands-on' pracitcal sessions delivered by renowned experts to ensure the skill-set taught can be taken back to the clinic. 

Delivered to enhance skill-sets, no other agenda. BEVA is a world leading equine veterinary association that is run by vets, for vets. We are committed to serve and lead the equine veterinary profession. Our not-for-profit status allows us to deliver an outstanding CPD programme that is affordable yet highly regarded and the Fundamentals series has been underwritten by the association.. 

Book your place

The Fundamentals series can be booked as a package or individually. The full series is £1,995, to book the full series please contact the BEVA office. Individual courses can be booked for £240  (BEVA member) per course online.

The courses

Skin and Eye Fundamentals

Gastro-intestinal Fundamentals

SEDATION, Field Anaesthesia and Castrations Fundamentals

Radiography & Ultrasound Fundamentals

Fundamentals of Equine Internal Medicine and Clinical Pathology

Dentistry Fundamentals

Lameness and Farriery Fundamentals

Emergencies in Equine Practice

Pre-Purchase Exam, Euthanasia, Insurance and Working at Eventing Competitions - the Fundamentals

Reproduction Essentials and How to Survive in Equine Practice