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132082| The Health Professions Acupuncture Group| HePAG Acupuncture Foundation Course - Peterborough - June 2019|

About the Course

This course is divided equally between direct contact time and self-directed learning. It is designed to offer participants a level of knowledge, skill and understanding that will allow them to practice acupuncture in a safe and appropriate manner, in a clinical setting.

The course provides a Western medical approach to acupuncture - grounded in current research evidence rather than in traditional Chinese philosophical thinking.

This course is designed to provide participants with a rationale for using acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for the management of common musculoskeletal pain conditions. Topics covered include:

  • laboratory and radiological research which is used to explain the mechanism of acupuncture analgesia;
  • current evidence from acupuncture clinical trials research;
  • non-specific "placebo" effects associated with acupuncture analgesia

In addition to needling classical acupuncture points, participants will be introduced to the concept of myofascial trigger points, and the use of acupuncture needling for pain associated with myofascial trigger points.

 

Learning Outcomes

On completion of the course, delegates should:

  • understand the cautions and contraindications associated with acupuncture;
  • be able to demonstrate safe, hygienic and effective needling techniques;
  • be able to locate and needle a limited range of acupuncture points;
  • have an understanding of the neurophysiological theory underpinning the western interpretation of acupuncture;
  • understand principles of point selection and treatment design;
  • have a working knowledge of myofascial trigger points;
  • be able to integrate the use of acupuncture with musculoskeletal osteopathic, chiropractic or sports therapy practice.

 

Who can do a HePAG Acupuncture Foundation Course?

Sports Therapists

  • Having obtained a BSc in Sports Therapy.
  • Working towards a BSc in Sports Therapy, having successfully completed level 4
  • Having obtained a Level 4 Certificate in Sports Therapy / Massage

 Osteopaths

  • Current membership of the General Osteopathic Council (effectively having a BSc in Osteopathy)
  • Working towards a BSc in Osteopathy, having successfully completed level 4

 Chiropractors

  • Current membership of the General Chiropractic Council (effectively having a BSc in Chiropractic)
  • Working towards a BSc in Chiropractic, having successfully completed level 4

 

Students must:

  • Be able to practise acupuncture in a clinical setting between the course parts
  • Give the tutor informed consent to receive repetitive needling (with particular regard to being or trying to become pregnant).
  • Be able to treat three separate patients in a safe and legal environment for their case studies.
  • Attend all 6 days of the course

 

"The HePAG foundation acupuncture course requires a significant level of anatomical and physiological knowledge. It is the individual responsibility of each course attendee to ensure that they have a suitable knowledge of anatomy and physiology to not only complete the HePAG foundation course but also to employ acupuncture safely and effectively clinically, within their scope of professional practice."

Terms and Conditions apply

TESTIMONIALS

'Absolutely brilliant course thank you Paul for teaching us so much for and keeping it light hearted. I appreciate we're training with western medical approach but also beneficial to regularly link to TCM thank you'

 

132081| The Health Professions Acupuncture Group| HePAG Acupuncture Foundation Course - Cheshire - May 2019|

About the Course
This course is divided equally between direct contact time and self-directed learning. It is designed to offer participants a level of knowledge, skill and understanding that will allow them to practice acupuncture in a safe and appropriate manner, in a clinical setting.
 The course provides a Western medical approach to acupuncture - grounded in current research evidence rather than in traditional Chinese philosophical thinking. This course is designed to provide participants with a rationale for using acupuncture as an adjunctive treatment for the management of common musculoskeletal pain conditions. Topics covered include: - laboratory and radiological research which is used to explain the mechanism of acupuncture analgesia;
- current evidence from acupuncture clinical trials research;
- non-specific "placebo" effects associated with acupuncture analgesia In addition to needling classical acupuncture points, participants will be introduced to the concept of myofascial trigger points, and the use of acupuncture needling for pain associated with myofascial trigger points.
 
Learning Outcomes
On completion of the course, delegates should:
- understand the cautions and contraindications associated with acupuncture;
- be able to demonstrate safe, hygienic and effective needling techniques;
- be able to locate and needle a limited range of acupuncture points;
- have an understanding of the neurophysiological theory underpinning the western interpretation of acupuncture;
- understand principles of point selection and treatment design;
- have a working knowledge of myofascial trigger points;
- be able to integrate the use of acupuncture with musculoskeletal osteopathic, chiropractic or sports therapy practice.
 
Who can do a HePAG Acupuncture Foundation Course?
 Sports Therapists
- Having obtained a BSc in Sports Therapy.
- Working towards a BSc in Sports Therapy, having successfully completed level 4
- Having obtained a Level 4 Certificate in Sports Therapy / Massage Osteopaths
- Current membership of the General Osteopathic Council (effectively having a BSc in Osteopathy)
- Working towards a BSc in Osteopathy, having successfully completed level 4
  Chiropractors
- Current membership of the General Chiropractic Council (effectively having a BSc in Chiropractic)
- Working towards a BSc in Chiropractic, having successfully completed level 4
 
Students must:
- Be able to practise acupuncture in a clinical setting between the course parts
- Give the tutor informed consent to receive repetitive needling (with particular regard to being or trying to become pregnant).
- Be able to treat three separate patients in a safe and legal environment for their case studies.
- Attend all 6 days of the course
 
"The HePAG foundation acupuncture course requires a significant level of anatomical and physiological knowledge. It is the individual responsibility of each course attendee to ensure that they have a suitable knowledge of anatomy and physiology to not only complete the HePAG foundation course but also to employ acupuncture safely and effectively clinically, within their scope of professional practice." Terms and Conditions apply TESTIMONIALS
'Absolutely brilliant course thank you Paul for teaching us so much for and keeping it light hearted. I appreciate we're training with western medical approach but also beneficial to regularly link to TCM thank you'

 

 

132080| CPD Gateway| The Diabetic Foot: Screening, Referring & Treatment|

In this two-hour evening course Mr Venu Kavarthapu, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, will share his expertise on the diagnosis and treatment of the diabetic foot. Mr Kavarthapu lectures nationally and internationally on diabetic foot management and has created this interactive and informal evening to cover all aspects of conditions arising from diabetes as are likely to be seen by the Allied Health Professional.


Throughout the two sessions, Mr Kavarthapu will cover the following points: 

  • A quick screening of the foot 
  • The 5-minute examination of a diabetic foot 
  • Common conditions to look out for (key signs and red flags) 
  • Early diagnosis and management of diabetic foot conditions 
  • When to refer for secondary care or to a specialist unit 
  • What modern treatment options are available and their expected outcomes

JUST ANNOUNCED! Get our new Group Booking discount today. Book onto 3 or more courses at once, or book on with some colleagues to qualify for this discount:
3 bookings: 10% discount
4 bookings: 15% discount
5(+) bookings: 20% discount
Offer available by calling 0208 150 6773 only

What's included:

Admission to course, 2 hours CPD, speaker's handout, tea and coffee on arrival, light refreshments during interval & Certificate of Attendance.

Cost

£36+VAT

132062| Buckinghamshire New University| Surgical First Assistant - Perioperative Practice|

This module is for anyone currently working within the perioperative environment, in the scrub role and plans to undertake the role of the surgical first assistant.

 

Due to the extended nature of this role, there are some additional requirements that need to be met by the employer/employee

  • .
    • Potential students must currently be employed within the theatre environment, with a minimum of 12 months experience.
    • Completion of Theatre manager approval form, which highlights that the hospital/trust accepts vicarious liability for the student.
    • The allocation/agreement of appropriate mentors: Consultant surgeons in two speciality areas, one of which must cover laparoscopic surgery.  Senior practitioner (registered nurse/ODP), who also has a mentorship award and are currently in/familiar with advanced roles (Surgical first assistant or higher) to oversee the whole of the student Surgical First Assistant’s training.
    • It is also advisable to have completed or have arranged an in-house catheterisation course prior to starting the module, in order to meet local policy requirements.
    • During the duration of this module, students will need to undertake 100 hours performing the role of the surgical first assistant.

 

132061| Buckinghamshire New University| Respiratory Band 5|

Details: 

This course is aimed at band 5 health practitioners including nurses, allied health professionals, and ODPs etc

The study day covers copy such as:

  • Auscultation and palpation
  • ABG analysis
  • Chest X-ray interpretation
  • SIM (practical)

This day will combine presentations, discussions, and practical simulation

132038| CPD Gateway| Ski and Winter Sport Injuries To The Knee - Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment|

 

It's ski season and lots of clients are going to be turning up with injuries sustained on the slopes. In this talk Mr Bobby Anand, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, will therefore be covering the common lower limb injuries from the pistes as well as discussing techniques to prevent ski injuries.

Over the course of the evening, Mr Anand will offer advice on the diagnosis of ACL, PCL, PLC and MCL injuries as well as providing a refresher on the biology of ligament injuries. We will look at why early diagnosis is important for this sort of injury.

Using a series of case examples (including videos of patients) Mr Anand will look at modern treatment options available and why the timing of surgery is important.

Agenda:

• Diagnosis of common injuries 
• Techniques to prevent injury 
• Modern treatment techniques

What's Included:

admission to course, 2 hours CPD, speakers' handouts, tea and coffee on arrival, light refreshments during interval, Certificate of Attendance.

Cost:

£32+VAT

JUST ANNOUNCED! Get our new Group Booking discount today. Book onto 3 or more courses at once, or book on with some colleagues to qualify for this discount:

3 bookings: 10% discount
4 bookings: 15% discount
5(+) bookings: 20% discount
Offer available by calling 0208 150 6773 only

132007| CPD Today| Spinal and Peripheral Manipulation (HVT, Grade 5 Mobilisation) Course|

This course is designed for all Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths and manual therapists that already have some
understanding of manipulation but who wish to refresh and improve their skills and learn new techniques.

The course is spread over two days, the first day is focused on Spinal manipulation, which covers everything from the O/A to the S/I. The second day is peripheral joint manipulation and covers both upper and lower extremities.

The courses can be booked as a package or as single days.


Course will cover clinical presentations & contra-indications

Day 1 Spinal HVT
Joints covered - Occipital-Atlas
Atlas-Axis
Cervical-Thoracic
Thoracic-Lumbar
Lumbar-Sacral
SacroiIiac joint

Day 2 Peripheral HVT
Joints covered - Acrominal-Clavicular
Gleno-Humeral
Elbow
Wrist
Hip
Knee
Foot and Ankle



Course can be booked as a single day or two days

Course Fees

£145 for single day (£120 Early Bird paid before 11th May 2019)
£270 for both days (£230 Early Bird paid before 11th May 2019)

Discounts available for final year students

132006| CPD Today| The Sacral-Iliac Joint and Pelvis|

The Sacroiliac (SI) Joint is an area that is supported by dense ligaments and many complex structures, and has always been an area of much discussion and debate over the years. The SI Joint and Pelvic Ring is an area frequently injured by trauma and falls in sport and general activities, and has an increased risk of dysfunction during pregnancy and postpartum, but by some a forgotten or poorly understood area.

This course will explore the anatomy, evaluation and treatment of the Sacroiliac Joint and Pelvis. This will include how the joints and pelvis can be directly and indirectly influenced by the other areas of the body and the assessment of these.

The aim of this course is to develop your understanding of the Sacroiliac Joint and the bio-mechanics of the Pelvis.

At the end you will be able to assess, identify, treat and rehabilitate this complex area, and aid your patients recovery.

This course is open to Physiotherapists, Osteopaths, Chiropractors and final year students of these. The course is also open to Sports Therapists from level 3 upwards.

To book a place on this course click on the payment link below.

Course price £140
Early Bird £120 (if paid before 27th April 2019)
Student Price £110

132005| CPD Today| Complete Taping Workshop Using All Methods Of Taping - Sports, Kinesiology & Activetape|

This course can be either attended as a day and a half course covering all aspects of taping

OR

For those who already have experience with using sports rigid tape and k-tape you can attend just the second half day that covers the use of Active Tape.

Course covers all the key techniques for all clinical and sports practitioners. You will leave this workshop training program 100% equipped to deal with any type of injury/pain presentation both at the clinic and sports club level.

This course is one of the most comprehensive taping courses anywhere, covering the use of three different taping styles.

Plus a free tape at the end of the course.

Course will cover conditions such as
Plantar Fascia
Muscle Strains
Joint Sprains
Low Back Pain (Fixing and Unloading)
Rotator Cuff
Postural Adaptations and more….

This course is one of the most clinically relevant taping workshops. We educate and train you how & when tapes should be used unlike other courses. The courses are completely patient and clinically focused!

Plus a free tape at the end of the course.

Course costs £190 1 and half day (12 hours)
Early Bird (if paid before 23rd March 2019)- £175
Student rate -£165

Half Day Active Tape—£80
Early Bird—£70 (if paid before 23rd March 2019)
Student Rate—£60



Book Now!

132004| CPD Today| Expectant Mother Course|

Two day course looking at the treatment of expectant mothers

This course is lead by the highly experienced Helen Robinson, who is not only a Registered Osteopath, but also Midwife and a Doula. With Helen's unique skills and experience, this is the ideal course for any manual therapist in the treatment of pregnant women.

The aims of this CPD course are to:

· Increase your confidence in the assessment and treatment of pregnant women
· To ensure that you are very familiar with the common pathologies of pregnancy, aware of signs and symptoms and are confident in when it is appropriate to refer
· To improve knowledge of common terminology used in maternity care
· Ensure good awareness of the legal and moral responsibilities of the practitioner with respect to pregnant women
· To discuss the differences in case history taking and vigilance in monitoring the progress of her pregnancy
· To practice adapting manual techniques for pregnancy

This is a very comprehensive two day course that is run only once a year due to Helen's NHS commitments, so don't miss out and book your place today

Course Fee £270 for both days
£235 Early Bird (paid before 23rd March 2018)
Student Price/New Grad £210

132003| CPD Today| Strain-Counter Strain (Positional Release Technique, PRT) Course|

Strain and Counterstrain, also known as positional release technique is a manual therapy technique, that uses passive body positioning of muscles and dysfunctional joints toward positions of comfort or tissue ease. The theory of shortening the tissues is to relax the aberrant reflexes that cause muscle spasms thus reducing the tone in the muscle and calming nociceptive pain in the area. Strain and Counterstrain/Positional Release is an extremely effective but gentle technique when used in the right hands

Strain and Counterstrain / Positional Release has an extremely broad application for physical ailments and a large population of musculoskeletal pain patients. It can be used for both acute and chronic conditions, such as sports injuries, sprains and strains through to osteoarthritis and other chronic conditions.

Course lead Jo Anne Holmden has been teaching on under graduate and post graduate courses for many years, and her passion and experience for Strain-Counterstrain Techniques is second to none. Therefore this course is unmissable for anyone interested in learning more about Strain-Counterstrain / Positional Release techniques.

Course Price
Full Price £140
Early Bird (if paid by 10th March 2019) £120
Student £110

132002| CPD Today| Rehabilitation of the Shoulder Complex|

This One day course is divided into two sections.

The morning will consist of shoulder examination and muscle testing as well as the biomechanics of the shoulder complex, this will be delivered by Ben Calvert-Painter and Danny Church , Osteopaths with a combined clinical experience of over thirty years.

The afternoon will be led by Tim Allardyce who is a Consultant Physiotherapist and Registered Osteopath, and works closely with a variety of GB athletes and has attended several Commonwealth and Olympic Games as a therapist.

Tim is a leading expert in the treatment and rehabilitation of complicated injuries, chronic pain, and elite sports
people, and brings all this experience to the course when looking at the rehabilitation of the shoulder complex. Tim also the program developer behind the rehabilitation program Rehab My Patient.

This course is ideal for any therapist who wishes to learn more about the shoulder complex and the rehabilitation of this extremely complex area.

Course Price
Full Price £140
Early Bird (if paid by 23rd February 2019) £120
Student £110

132001| CPD Today| Dry Needling / Medical Acupuncture Course|

The aim of the course is to make you feel trained, competent and confident to use dry needling/medical acupuncture the next day you are in clinic.

Course will cover the -
· Rationale and history of using dry needling
· Clinical implications
· Contra-indications and considersations
· Identify and locating myofasical trigger points
· The best conditions and symptoms to use dry needling
· How to combine dry needling into your treatments to develop a comprehensive approach and awareness when to use

The course will also discuss the anatomy of the area treating and the clinical and practical implications of doing dry needling / medical acupuncture to these areas.

The course will be a combination of lecturing and demonstrations, but will also be very practical based to help you develop a sound knowledge base and practical skills to use in your clinic.

Course cost £290 plus course handbook and preread
Early bird £270 (if paid before 2nd February 2019)
Student £250

All participants will also receive some boxes of needles at the end of the course to take away and use.

132000| CPD Today| Temporal-Mandibular Joint - An Osteopathic Approach|

A truly global approach to addressing the underlying causes of long term TMJ problems. the ??????Course will discuss the anatomy and assessment of the TMJ as well as the predisposing and maintaining factors that hinder good treatment outcomes. Case scenarios and consent for working with patients with TMJ issues will also be discussed. The course will explore how the whole body can influence the TMJ and how it in return can influence the body and the posture of the patient.

Course will also include external and internal techniques used for TMJ issues. Ideal course for any manual therapist with an interest in this field.

Danny Church (Osteopath) course leader has many years experience working within dental clinics working closely with dental surgeons, allowing him to share genuine clinical experience of treating these issues with everyone on the course.

Course Price £140
Early Bird £120 (If paid before 5th January 2019)
Student and new grad £110

131994| The Acupuncture Association of Chartered Physiotherapists| AACP 2019 Annual Conference - London - May 2019|

The UK’s largest acupuncture association is heading to the Capital with an inspiring line-up of internationally renowned speakers! Join us in London on Saturday 18th May 2019 for a day full of insight and inspiration. Open to all with an interest in acupuncture, this one-day conference has been developed to ensure that every attendee learns new skills and knowledge that can be practically applied in their acupuncture practice.


International Speakers - Live Demonstrations – 7 Hours of CPD – Panel Question Sessions

 

Speaker line-up…
Thomas Lundeberg: Rehabilitation Acupuncture
Ian Gatt: Acute sport injuries of the Upper Limb; Can acupuncture make a difference?
Marie-Lore Buidin: Acupuncture in the treatment of Pulmonary Disease
Kevin Young: Sports Acupuncture; Achilles tendinopathy and planta-fasciopathy
Susan Falsone: Subject TBC
Gustavo Reque Rydberg: Subject TBC

 

AACP 35th Anniversary Celebration

Conference delegates will also be able to book a complimentary ticket to our 35th Anniversary Celebrations, taking place Friday 17th from 7pm. An evening of fun, food and festivities...with a few surprises! Spaces for the celebration event are limited and are offered on a first come first serve basis. Don’t miss out, book today!

 

Date: Saturday 18th May 2019
Location: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside
Ticket price: AACP Members: £110.00, Non-members: £140.00

Please log-in to access the members discount

(4 for 3 group discounts available for AACP members, please contact the AACP office)

 

CPD Hours: 7

 

Previous AACP Conference attendees have said…
“Exceeded expectations. Really enjoyed all the lectures”

 

“Excellent practical sessions. I have learnt a new technique that I can’t wait to start using!”

 

“I would recommend the conference and all of the speakers!”

 

“Very good value for money and I look forward to 2019”

 

 

Accommodation

Should you require accommodation for your visit to London, the AACP have negotiated a bed and breakfast rate at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel London - Docklands Riverside of *£99.00* for a single bedroom for conference attendees. A link to the dedicated AACP booking page will be emailed to you following your conference booking confirmation.


Your stay begins with a warm chocolate chip cookie at check-in. Guest rooms feature a flat-screen LCD TV and tea/coffee facilities, and most offer city or river views. Business travellers will appreciate the laptop-sized safe, large desk and 24-hour room service. WiFi is complimentary in all guest rooms and public areas.

 

Only 20 minutes from London City Airport.
On-site parking available.
Click here to view the hotel directions.

 

Visiting London - Nearby attractions include Tower Bridge, The O2, Cutty Sark, London Eye and Westminster Parliament, all easily accessible by public transport. The hotel’s complimentary ferry provides access to Canary Wharf and a connection to the Thames Clippers riverboat service for an unforgettable voyage into central London. The nearby Underground stations and Docklands Light Railway stations also offer links to the city and are easily accessible by foot or bus.

131730| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131731| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131732| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131733| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131734| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131735| Multiple Locations| Environmental Awareness Training|

Environmental Awareness Training

This course is delivered at the client's location of choice, the cost of this session is £750 for up to 15 people, or £1000 for up to 30.

Learning objectives of this course:

  • To know what to do if an oil or chemical spill were to occur
  • To be able to identify different types of spill kits and know what each product is used for
  • To understand the environmental impacts of an oil or chemical spill on land or water
  • To know the different types of remediation available
  • To be able to complete a mock emergency incident successfully
131717| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131718| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131719| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131720| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131721| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131722| Multiple Locations| Identifying Invasive Plant Species - Japanese Knotweed|

Identifying Invasive Species - Japanese Knotweed

Location of this seminar is at the client's request, we can deliver this seminar at your office and the cost of lunch is included. Please get in contact to arrange.

This 1 hour seminar is designed to provide an overview of Japanese Knotweed and provide the following understanding:

  • Provide an introduction to Japanese Knotweed
  • Enable delegates to identify Japanese Knotweed
  • Be aware of the legislation surrounding the invasive plant
  • Understand the need to control it
  • Be informed of the different ways of treating and dispoing of the plant
131661| Central CPD| Practical Feline Rhinoscopy Dec 2019|

This one day practical course provides an introduction to feline rhinoscopy and upper respiratory tract endoscopic exam. Upper respiratory tract disease in cats can be a common frustrating clinical scenario with waxing and waning non-specific signs. These techniques can be a valuable tool in narrowing down the list of differential diagnoses and achieving a better clinical resolution for these cases. Short theory based lectures will be followed by cadaver based practical sessions allowing delegates the time to become familiar with these procedures under the guidance of the lecturer.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Indications for upper respiratory tract endoscopy in the cat – picking your cases
  • Instrumentation – selection and setup
  • Rostral rhinoscopy – technique and biopsy collection
  • Nasopharyngeal examination with flexible bronchoscope
  • Cadaver based practical sessions

COURSE DATE:Thursday 12th December 2019

COURSE TIME:10.00am - 5.30pm

LECTURER:Elise Robertson
PRICE:£549.00 + VAT

ADDRESS:The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 
204a Manor Place, 
Kennington, 
London. SE17 3BN


www.centralcpd.co.uk

www.vet-ecpd.com

131659| Multiple Locations| Practical Feline Dentistry|

Practical feline dentistry - 2 day course

Feline dentistry notoriously strikes fear into many veterinary surgeons. The prevalence of diseases such as periodontitis and resorption, combined with inappropriate equipment and technique and lack of dental radiography can quickly lead to stressful scenarios and potentially catastrophic complications for the feline patient. This course aims to provide the necessary skills for performing feline dentistry efficiently and atraumatically; thereby reducing vet stress, improving patient outcomes and client satisfaction. Practical cadaver based sessions will follow short theory lectures, allowing delegates the opportunity to gain confidence in all areas of feline dentistry.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Normal feline dental and oral anatomy
  • Performing a thorough oral examination by probing, recording findings on a dental chart
  • Obtaining full mouth diagnostic dental radiographs
  • Diagnosing the commonly encountered dental diseases in the cat (with emphasis on periodontal disease and tooth resorption)
  • Utilising dental nerve blocks safely as part of a dental analgesic plan
  • Efficient and atraumatic tooth extraction

COURSE DATE:Monday 12th August 2019 & Tuesday 13th August 2019

COURSE TIME:10.00am - 5.30pm

LECTURER:Rachel Perry
PRICE:£949.00 + VAT

ADDRESS:The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 
204a Manor Place, 
Kennington, 
London. SE17 3BN


www.centralcpd.co.uk

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131660| Multiple Locations| Practical Feline Dentistry|

Practical feline dentistry - 2 day course

Feline dentistry notoriously strikes fear into many veterinary surgeons. The prevalence of diseases such as periodontitis and resorption, combined with inappropriate equipment and technique and lack of dental radiography can quickly lead to stressful scenarios and potentially catastrophic complications for the feline patient. This course aims to provide the necessary skills for performing feline dentistry efficiently and atraumatically; thereby reducing vet stress, improving patient outcomes and client satisfaction. Practical cadaver based sessions will follow short theory lectures, allowing delegates the opportunity to gain confidence in all areas of feline dentistry.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Normal feline dental and oral anatomy
  • Performing a thorough oral examination by probing, recording findings on a dental chart
  • Obtaining full mouth diagnostic dental radiographs
  • Diagnosing the commonly encountered dental diseases in the cat (with emphasis on periodontal disease and tooth resorption)
  • Utilising dental nerve blocks safely as part of a dental analgesic plan
  • Efficient and atraumatic tooth extraction

COURSE DATE:Monday 12th August 2019 & Tuesday 13th August 2019

COURSE TIME:10.00am - 5.30pm

LECTURER:Rachel Perry
PRICE:£949.00 + VAT

ADDRESS:The Clinical Skills Lab Manor Place, 
204a Manor Place, 
Kennington, 
London. SE17 3BN


www.centralcpd.co.uk

www.vet-ecpd.com

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