BCVA Foundation Course 2018

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Who? This course is aimed at new or recent graduates and those returning to cattle practice.  

What? Topics include lameness, diagnostics, nutrition, mastitis, fertility and youngstock. This course consists of 6 modules and each one is run over one day. Each of the six sessions will be limited to a maximum of 20 delegates, allowing for a very ‘hands-on’ approach to key topics in small teaching groups. No question should be left unanswered and there will be plenty of opportunity to discuss particular questions or topics with both the tutors and other delegates.  

Where? In 2016 the course will run over six sessions (10:00 - 16:00) at Colliton Barton, Cullompton, Devon.  

Why? Learn about and improve your knowledge of clinical topics alongside picking up tips on communication and interpersonal skills. The outcome – greater self-confidence and client satisfaction.


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11 Apr 2018 Colliton Barton, Broad Henbury, Honiton, EX14 Book now

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