You can browse below our upcoming courses below.
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.
Sarcoids and Other Irritations
This 1/2 day course is a chance to update your knowledge and hear the legendary Derek Knottenbelt talk on those everyday conditions such as sarcoids: hear the latest on spread, how to diagnose and how and when to treat them, as well as an update on and other skin neoplasias (e.g. melanomas) in the horse.
Practical AI – the essentials
Become fully conversant with the essential theory and practical techniques of equine artificial ahead of the AI season.
Eyes, Hearts and Hormones for the Ambulatory Clinician
This 1/2 day CPD course comprises of two evening sessions separated with a buffet dinner.
Imaging for PPE and Insurance - avoid the pitfalls!
This course is aimed at experienced vets who are performing pre-purchase on high value horses where radiographs and other diagnostic images are required.
Practical Imaging for PPE, Insurance and Competition Horses
This course will either be suitable as a follow on to Imaging for PPE and Insurance - avoid the pitfalls (24.02.20), or as an introductory course for less experienced vets and nurses who wish to learn how to collect good quality images.
Fundamentals of Sedation, Field Anaesthesia & Castrations
A very practical 'hands on' course designed for new or recent graduates or those in mixed practice with varied levels of equine work.
BEVA Approved - Supporting Champions: Drugs in Equestrian Sport
This conference will involve a mixture of keynote speakers and discussion panels themed around veterinary support of the competition horse and the racehorse.