BEVA Crash Avoidance for the Ambulatory Vet

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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. Sharpen your reactions in treacherously slippery conditions and learn techniques to cope with extreme weather conditions in a safe environment with one-to-one tuition from a professional Goodwood driving instructor. To enhance and compliment this training we have Trevor Bell on hand to provide one of his popular presentations, on enhancing our concentration and providing us with tips and hints to enable us to function better at work and at home. During this session you will have the chance to participate in small group discussions. You will leave this course with useful practical skills and more confidence to enable you to manage everyday life on the road (and hopefully sleep better and have less car repair bills!).  Please read and adhere to the BEVA Biosecurity Instructions for Practical Courses, which can be found here.  WHERE  Goodwood Motor Circuit, Chichester, West Sussex, PO18 0PH COURSE FEES BEVA Members £370  Non-members £500

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES • Learn how to control a skid  • Learn how to drive quickly but safely in varying situations  • Develop ways of recognising and managing niggling worries and strains • Develop your recognition of strain and stress in your colleagues  • Remove stress of poor road conditions and fatigue/burn out so you can enjoy the challenge of your job!  COURSE ORANISER  Sarah Gasper BVM&S CertEP MRCVS, BEVA Office  COURSE SPEAKERS Trevor Bell, Northumberland Chief Instructor and Team of Expert Instructors, Goodwood


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10 Dec 2019 Goodwood, PO18 0PH Book now

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