You can browse below our upcoming courses below.
Medicine, Medicine and More Medicine!
Our 2019 North of England Regional Meeting will focus on equine medicines and cover aspects of dermatology, asthma and reproduction.
Approach to the Moody Mare: behaviour, gastrointestinal, ovarian and musculoskeletal aspects
This East Anglian Regional Meeting is designed to give practical advice to equine practitioners when faced with the complex problems associated with mares.
Elite Performance Horse Discussion Forum
A day discussing current and important topics affecting those who are working at the upper levels of performance horse work, both racing and FEI.
AI Refresher for Vets 2019
A requirement for inclusion on the BEVA AI List, this day course will discuss recent changes to artificial insemination in horses.
BEVA Approved RCVS Knowledge Clinical Governance in Equine Practice: practical examples of quality improvement
This full day event, hosted by RCVS Knowledge, will include real-life scenarios and case studies that will help you learn how to apply quality improvement (QI) methods and showcase the latest developments and free tools available to equine practices to make practical changes to improve outcomes for your patients.
Crash Avoidance for the Ambulatory Vet
A brand new course for ambulatory vets of all stages and ages this course aims to help prevent spins and crashes, both physically in a car and mentally.
Practical Behaviour Modification for Equine Practitioners
This is a course that will help all involved in equine veterinary work in their day to day work handling horses.
Fundamentals of Lameness, Laminitis and Farriery
This course covers the basics for performing a lameness examination, performing the common nerve and joint blocks as well as recognising and understanding the most common diseases.
Fundamentals of the Mare and Foal
Be prepared for your first stud season by attending this course. During the course you will develop your skills in assessing, treating and referring the late pregnant mare and foal.
Fundamentals of Reproduction: the mare
The aim of the course is to provide new and recent graduates facing a stud season with an introduction to assessing mares prior and during the breeding season for natural covering and AI programs together with identifying and treating the problem mare, pregnancy diagnosis and investigation of abortion.