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111312| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar Plus: Pain management in small animal practice 2017|

Monday 5th June to Sunday 2nd July 2017

 

Course fee: £329.00

 

Key Areas

 

Pain physiology and pain assessment

  • Opioids, other drugs to use when these don’t work – including ketamine, tramadol and gabapentin
  • Local anaesthetic drugs and techniques
  • NSAIDS

CPD Hours

16 hours

Delivery Mode

Webinar Plus - What is this?

About this course

This Webinar Plus course aims to equip participants with a thorough knowledge of small animal pain, its deleterious effects on patients and approaches to its assessment. The course will then explore the treatment options available for both practice and home use together with their advantages and disadvantages. Real case examples will be used where possible to reinforce the practical nature of pain medicine.

The course will run online over four weeks and consist of a mixture of weekly webinars (which can be viewed live and/or as recorded versions throughout the course), online self-assessment exercises, supplementary reading material and discussion forums involving the tutors and veterinary colleagues from around the world.

Participants can earn up to 16 CPD hours. It will also be useful CPD for veterinarians preparing for the RCVS CertAVP C modules in small animal anaesthesia and analgesia (C-VA) and critical care and analgesia (C-ECC.3).

 

Tutors

Kate Borer-Weir, BVSc PhD DVA DipECVAA FHEA MRCVS
European Specialist in Veterinary Anaesthesia

111311| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar: Musculoskeletal injuries in sport and working dogs 2017|

Wednesday 24th May 2017

 

CPD Hours

2 hours

Delivery Mode

Webinar

About this course

This webinar will focus on the most common injuries in athlete and working dogs, including joint pathologies (such as medial shoulder instability or elbow dysplasia) and tendinopathies (such as supraspinatus tendinopathy, iliopsoas strain or gracillis muscle contracture). We will cover the diagnosis and management of these highly active patients, including rehabilitation therapy, in order to facilitate their return to fitness. We will also discuss the role of regenerative medicine (stem cell therapy and plasma rich in growth factors) in their management.

The webinar will run for two hours and there will be plenty of opportunity for interaction with the lecturer. All participants will have access to the webinar for two weeks and will receive a copy of the slides so they can review the presentations as many times as they wish to embed learning. Participants can earn two CPD hours.

This webinar will take place from 12:00 to 2:00pm GMT

Tutors

Pilar Lafuente, DVM PhD DipACVS-SA DipECVS DipACVSMR CCRT FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College

111309| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar: Equine laminitis 2017|

Tuesday 25th April & Tuesday 2nd May 2017

 

CPD Hrs 2 hours total

 

Course fee £50.00

 

About this course

Laminitis is a common and debilitating disease of the equine foot. There has been considerable advancement in our knowledge of the pathogenesis of this devastating condition over the last 5-10 years. It is now believed that there are three forms of the disease which do not necessarily follow a final common pathway. This webinar based course will consist of two lectures covering the pathogenesis of the three forms of the disease as well as how to identify high risk individual animals, treat and prevent the condition. It is designed to give the practitioners who deal with horses an increased understanding of laminitis as well as the confidence to treat and prevent it.

Each webinar will run for one hour and there will be plenty of opportunity for interaction with the lecturer. The webinars will also be available in recorded form for every participant for two weeks after the live presentation – this will also include the lecturerparticipant questions and answers. All participants will have access to
the webinar for two weeks and receive a copy of the slides so they can review the presentations as many times as they wish to embed learning. Participants can earn two CPD hours.

The webinars will run on Tuesday 25th April 2017 and Tuesday 2nd May 2017 from 12:00 to 2:00pm GMT 

Tutors

Nicola Menzies-Gow, MA VetMB PhD DipECEIM CertEM(Int.med) FHEA MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Equine Medicine
The Royal Veterinary College

111308| Royal Veterinary College| Basic small animal abdominal ultrasound May 2017|

Tuesday 16th May & Wednesday 17th May 2017

 

Course fee £749

 

Key Areas

  • Ultrasonographic exam of: Liver, Gallbladder, Spleen, Gastrointestinal tract, Urogenital tract, Peritoneum
  • Introduction to the territory of the pancreas, adrenal glands and lymph nodes
  • Common ultrasonographic findings in the abdomen

CPD Hours

14 hours

Delivery Mode

On site CPD

About this course

This course will run twice in 2017 - March and May. Please book to attend on either date.

This program will offer the small animal practitioner an entry level introduction to diagnostic abdominal ultrasound in small animals. The course will help to develop your scanning technique and scanning routine for the basic abdominal ultrasound exam. A review of the practical application of basic ultrasound physics will enable you to optimise image acquisition.

The main focus of the course will be on the approach to the larger abdominal organs and recognising normal ultrasonographic anatomy of these organs. Commonly encountered ultrasonographic diagnoses will be discussed. The two days will consist of lectures followed by guided practical scanning sessions.

Please note this is a popular course with limited spaces so book early to avoid disappointment.

Tutors

Randi Drees, Dr.med.vet PhD DipACVR (Radiology, Radiation Oncology) DipECVDI add RadOncol MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging
The Royal Veterinary College

111303| Royal Veterinary College| Managing the equine respiratory patient 2017|

Thursday 9th March 2017

9.00 - 17.00

 

Course fee

£399

Key Areas

  • Diagnostic approach and management of the equine respiratory patient
  • Brochoalveolar lavage and cytology practical techniques with handy hints and tips
  • Equine asthma - redefining IAD and RAO

CPD Hours

7 hours

Delivery Mode

On site CPD

About this course

Respiratory disease in the horse can be a frequent cause of morbidity and is often suspected of causing poor performance. This practically orientated course will discuss the most up to date understanding and terminology following the publication of the 2016 revised ACVIM consensus statement on Inflammatory Airway Disease of horses.

We will also take delegates through clinical presentations, a hands on demonstration of brochoalveolar lavage, and allow everyone time to individually review airway cytology case slides with on hand experts to ask for help and tips. We will round up the day with discussions on treatment and management of these patients. Delegates are welcome to bring details/cytology slides from challenging or problem cases for discussion.

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Tutors

Josh Slater, BVM&S PhD DipECEIM MRCVS
Professor of Equine Clinical Studies
The Royal Veterinary College

Kate English, BSc BVetMed PGCAP FRCPath FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Veterinary Clinical Pathology
The Royal Veterinary College

111302| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar Plus: Getting into and getting the most out of emergencies 2017|

Wednesday 1st March to Tuesday 28th March 2017

 

Key Areas

  • Are you ready for your next emergency?
  • The critical window – the first 30 minutes
  • Tricks of the trade – a recent update
  • Common emergencies, common pitfalls – a whirlwind tour of cases

CPD Hours

16 hours

Delivery Mode

Webinar Plus - What is this?

About this course

In this online course on emergency basics, we aim to take the stress out of dealing with emergency cases. From knowing what you may be getting into seeing emergency cases out of hours, setting up for cases, reviewing the basic approach to emergencies and even learning from mishaps, this case-based course will cover what every clinician dealing with emergency should know. The last week of the course we will cover some very common emergencies and the general approach to these cases. 

The course will run for four weeks and is suitable for first opinion practitioners, vets returning to practice after career breaks or those starting out on emergency duty. Learning material will be a mixture of two hour weekly webinars (which can be viewed live and/or as recorded version throughout the course), online case assessment exercises, supplementary reading material and discussion forums involving the tutors and veterinary colleagues from around the world. Participants can earn up to 16 CPD hours.

 Course fee: £329

Tutors

Dan Chan, DVM DipACVECC Dip ECVECC DipACVN FHEA MRCVS
Professor of Emergency Critical Care Medicine & Clinical Nutrition
The Royal Veterinary College

Duana McBride, BVSc DipACVECC MRCVS
Lecturer in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care
The Royal Veterinary College

111301| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar: The coughing and bleeding dog: Everything you wanted to know about lungworm but were afraid to ask 2017|

CPD Hours

2 hours

Delivery Mode

Webinar - Live

About this course

Angiostrongylosis remains one of the most interesting and devastating parasitic diseases in the UK. Although the parasite’s life cycle is well understood we are yet to understand fully the full range of clinical signs that it causes. Why does it cause a coagulopathy which can lead to bleeding anywhere, unlike the other bleeding disorders we commonly treat? What can we do to prevent this disease and what does the future hold for its management? In this webinar we will discuss angiostrongylosis in-depth, the tests that we have at our disposal for its diagnosis and how we can effectively treat this disease.


This two hour webinar will take place from 12:00 to 2:00pm GMT including a 30 minute registration and familiarisation period prior to the commencement of the lecture. It is aimed at anyone with an interest in verminous pneumopathy, parasitic coagulation disorders and faecal smears! The webinar may be viewed live on the date indicated, or purchased for viewing at a later date. All participants will have access to the webinar for two weeks so they can review the presentations as many times as desired to embed learning. Participants can earn two CPD hours.

Tutors

Dominic Barfield, BSc BVSc MVetMed DipACVECC DipECVECC FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
The Royal Veterinary College

Karen Humm, MA VetMB MSc CertVA DipACVECC DipECVECC FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care
The Royal Veterinary College

111298| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar Plus: Oncology nursing 2017|

Key Areas

  • Understanding cancer and paraneoplastic syndromes
  • The diagnostic approach to cancer
  • Treatment options and chemotherapy clinics
  • Adverse events and oncological emergencies
  • Quality of life assessment, pain management and palliative care

CPD Hours 12 hours

Course fee: £199

Delivery Mode

Webinar Plus - What is this?

About this course

This online course is aimed at qualified veterinary nurses wishing to further develop their knowledge and clinical practice of veterinary oncology. It will refresh your theoretical knowledge of key areas in oncology pathophysiology as well as discuss how the veterinary nurse can use a range of skills to assist with the diagnostic process, treatment and care of patients with cancer. Through a series of online webinars each week will diversify your understanding of oncology nursing by reviewing the theoretical and practical aspects of caring for small animals with cancer. A range of subjects will be discussed which are relevant to nurses in both general and referral practice.

The course will run for four weeks. It is anticipated you will need to spend two to three hours per week on the course and can earn up to 12 CPD hours. Online activities will include comprehensive notes, sharing clinical experiences through discussion forums and self-assessment tasks.

 

Tutors

Nicola Read, VN DipAVN(Med), PgC Oncology Nursing
Head Oncology Nurse
The Royal Veterinary College

111297| Royal Veterinary College| Tibial tuberosity advancement 2017|

Key Areas

  • Clinical evaluation of the cruciate deficient stifle
  • Concept of TTA and radiographic planning
  • Surgical technique of TTA
  • Meniscal injury and release
  • Outcome and complications of TTA

CPD Hours   

7 hours

Course fee

£599

Delivery Mode

On site CPD

About this course

Cranial cruciate ligament degeneration and rupture are recognised as one of the major causes of chronic and acute hind limb lameness in dogs presented to veterinary practitioners. Over the years many different surgical repair techniques have been utilised, but in recent times, treatment with tibial osteotomy surgical techniques seem to offer some advantages in terms of resolution of lameness and improved outcome. Tibial tuberosity advancement (TTA) has become one of the preferred techniques used in orthopaedic practice for the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament disease. However, complications are not uncommon though technical mistakes can be easily avoided when important principles are understood.

The goal of this one day workshop is for practicing veterinarians (including RCVS CertAVP candidates enrolled on module C-SAS.7) to successfully plan and execute a TTA surgery. The morning of the workshop will initially focus on the pathophysiology of cranial cruciate ligament disease and the theory that underpins TTA. The surgical technique of application of forked and forkless TTA will then be practiced in the afternoon laboratory session on plastic bone models. Following this there will be a cadaver laboratory to review the surgical anatomy and the surgical procedure to perform a TTA will be performed.

Tutors

Elvin Kulendra, BVetMed MVetMed CertVDI DipECVS PGCert(VetEd) FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery
The Royal Veterinary College

Ignacio Calvo , Ldo Vet CertSAS DipECVS FHEA MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Small Animal Orthopaedics
The Royal Veterinary College

111250| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar Plus: Emergency medicine on a limited budget|

Monday 30th January to Sunday 26th February 2017

 

Key Areas

  • How to recognise emergency problems and prioritise their treatment
  • Recognition of shock and an update on rationale fluid therapy options
  • How to approach patients with respiratory distress and how to get the most from your initial patient assessment
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation – an update on what is new in CPR to save more patients
  • Decision making in the patient with acute abdominal pain and in-practice shortcuts to diagnosis

CPD Hours

16 hours

About this course

Emergency and Critical Care is becoming ever more advanced as a speciality with more drugs, equipment and procedures becoming available every day. While those advances can make a difference for a number of patients, a sound knowledge of the fundamentals, knowing what to do when, makes far more difference in the majority of cases. This course will focus on those fundamentals – what can be sensibly achieved in a general practice setting with a typical owner budget to maximise outcome for emergency patients.

This online course will run over four weeks. Learning materials will be a mixture of two hour weekly webinars (which can be viewed live and/or as recorded versions throughout the course), online case assessment exercises, supplementary reading material and discussion forums.

This course is aimed at general practitioners seeing small animal emergency patients in practice where finances and resources are frequently limited. It aims to provide vets with practical and streamlined approaches to cases using the resources available to them. It would also be of benefit for CertAVP candidates enrolled
on emergency and critical care modules. Participants can earn up to 16 CPD hours.

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Tutors

Lindsay Kellett-Gregory, BSc BVetMed DipACVECC FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Emergency and Critical Care
The Royal Veterinary College

111248| Royal Veterinary College| Webinar Plus: Communication in practice 2017|

Key Areas

  • Clinical communication with clients
  • Interprofessional communication
  • Communication in challenging situations - teamwork and prevention of mistakes
  • Communication with ‘self’ and review

CPD Hours

16 hours

About this course

This Webinar Plus course is aimed at everyone who works in a veterinary practice. It will highlight different areas in practice where communication is key for successful client and colleague relationships. We will explore the elements of effective communication with clients in the first session and relate these to your experiences.

The next session will look at how different veterinary professions and occupations work alongside one another in practice; it will involve recent research and introduce tools for veterinary practice teams to analyse their individual circumstances and develop their staff. In the third session, there will be an in depth exploration of how teams can work together in practice to avoid mistakes. Finally, we will introduce the element of self-review and using coaching based approaches we will explore how you can manage your path through challenging situations. 

The course will be useful CPD for general practitioners, advanced practitioners, CertAVP candidates and nurses. 

Learning material will be a mixture of weekly webinars (which can be viewed live and/or as recorded version throughout the course) and discussion forums involving the tutors and veterinary colleagues from around the UK. Participants can earn up to 16 CPD hours.

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Tutors

Kim Whittlestone, BVetMed MA (MedEd) FHEA NTF MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Independent Learning
The Royal Veterinary College

Liz Armitage-Chan, MA VetMB DipACVA FHEA MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Veterinary Education
The Royal Veterinary College

Rachel Davis , BSc PhD PGCert FHEA
Learning Development Manager
The Royal Veterinary College

Ruth Serlin, BVetMed CertVA PGCAP FHEA MRCVS
Lecturer in Professionalism
The Royal Veterinary College

Tierney Kinnison , BSc MSc PhD
Post-Doctoral Researcher
The Royal Veterinary College

111240| ctchealthcare Ltd.| Pattern Based Movement Assessment - Evening Lecture|

Evening Lecture by Stuart Elwell

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

In a world deliberated by details we sometimes miss the bigger picture, often the principle source of our problems. We are focused on specificity in training programs and targeted treatment interventions but we can often be targeting these inaccurately leading to shortfalls in progression.

As humans we learn to move through patterns of movement not the function of specific joints. As babies we learn to move control our head, spines and limbs, as infants we learn to bound, climb and integrate skills, as adults we build capacity on movement patterns. All this happens without specific training, coaching or cueing and we thrive in our environment.

When we are injured or training we rarely address these patterns in collectively, often focusing upon specific joints, without integrating patterns, restoring the organic primitive nature of how we move.

Pattern based movement assessments allow us to:

- Screen significant contributions to presenting clinical patterns

- Allow us to quantify known risk factors during the rehabilitation process

- Make our training clients progress safely and efficiently

- Ensure robustness for performance and injury reduction

 

Stuart Elwell is Functional Movement Systems Expert and Director at Stuart Elwell Physiotherapy

Since graduating in 2002 from Coventry University, Stuart has developed a clinical interest on injury management and screening. In his previous role as a First Team Physiotherapist with West

Bromwich Albion Football Club. Stuart was part of a leading sports medicine department, priding themselves on player availability and career longevity. Stuart pioneered a process of physical screening to the club to fully appraise a players physical condition, movement competency, capacity to assist in identifying neuromusculoskeletal assets and risks. Stuart now works clinically as an independent practitioner providing physiotherapy services and physical conditioning and lectures in Europe for Functional Movement Systems.

111239| Multiple Locations| Methods of Assessment for Complex Movements - Evening Lecture|

The challenges of using clinical scales in injury screening

Evening Lecture by Fraser Philp

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

Course outline:

This course aims to give the participant an up to date understanding of current methods for the assessment of complex movements in clinical screening. This will be done alongside an update around the current literature in this research area and a practical evaluation of methods of clinical screening and the associated challenges.

Course aims:

1. Understand the appropriate use of clinical scales in injury screening.

2. Develop an understanding of current models used to describe factors that contribute to injury screening and injury prevention programs.

3. An update on the existing literature around factors to consider for injury screening.

4. A practical component - Evaluation of current clinical screening tests used in injury screening.

5. To be able to clinically reason the implementation of clinical screening tests and scales in the rehabilitation of post-operative and conservatively managed patients of varying athletic abilities.

6. Have an understanding of methods used for evaluating the effectiveness of clinical scales.

 

111241| Multiple Locations| Methods of Assessment for Complex Movements - Evening Lecture|

The challenges of using clinical scales in injury screening

Evening Lecture by Fraser Philp

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

Course outline:

This course aims to give the participant an up to date understanding of current methods for the assessment of complex movements in clinical screening. This will be done alongside an update around the current literature in this research area and a practical evaluation of methods of clinical screening and the associated challenges.

Course aims:

1. Understand the appropriate use of clinical scales in injury screening.

2. Develop an understanding of current models used to describe factors that contribute to injury screening and injury prevention programs.

3. An update on the existing literature around factors to consider for injury screening.

4. A practical component - Evaluation of current clinical screening tests used in injury screening.

5. To be able to clinically reason the implementation of clinical screening tests and scales in the rehabilitation of post-operative and conservatively managed patients of varying athletic abilities.

6. Have an understanding of methods used for evaluating the effectiveness of clinical scales.

 

111237| Multiple Locations| Anatomy Trains and Myofascial Continuities - Evening Lecture|

Evening Lecture by James Earls

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

Separating fact from fiction and structure from function.

In this short introduction we will explore some of the latest thinking about myofascial continuities and their contributions to everyday movement, especially during gait.

Course outline:

A short presentation will summarise some recent research into Anatomy Trains and its implications and then we will explore the practical implications in assessment and treatment. The aim of the evening is to open our eyes to new ways of thinking about anatomy, movement and the impact they will have on practice with a view to developing new and creative strategies for recurrent and problem issues.

James Earls is a writer, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration.

Increasing the understanding and practice of manual therapy has been a passion of James’ since he first started practicing bodywork over 20 years ago. Throughout his career James has travelled widely to learn from the best educators in his field, including Thomas Myers, developer of the Anatomy Trains concept. James and Tom founded Kinesis UK, which co-ordinates Anatomy Trains and Kinesis Myofascial Integration training throughout Europe, and together they authored ‘Fascial Release for Structural Balance,’ the definitive guide to the assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns.

111238| Multiple Locations| Anatomy Trains and Myofascial Continuities - Evening Lecture|

Evening Lecture by James Earls

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

Separating fact from fiction and structure from function.

In this short introduction we will explore some of the latest thinking about myofascial continuities and their contributions to everyday movement, especially during gait.

Course outline:

A short presentation will summarise some recent research into Anatomy Trains and its implications and then we will explore the practical implications in assessment and treatment. The aim of the evening is to open our eyes to new ways of thinking about anatomy, movement and the impact they will have on practice with a view to developing new and creative strategies for recurrent and problem issues.

James Earls is a writer, lecturer and bodyworker specialising in Myofascial Release and Structural Integration.

Increasing the understanding and practice of manual therapy has been a passion of James’ since he first started practicing bodywork over 20 years ago. Throughout his career James has travelled widely to learn from the best educators in his field, including Thomas Myers, developer of the Anatomy Trains concept. James and Tom founded Kinesis UK, which co-ordinates Anatomy Trains and Kinesis Myofascial Integration training throughout Europe, and together they authored ‘Fascial Release for Structural Balance,’ the definitive guide to the assessment and manipulation of fascial patterns.

111236| ctchealthcare Ltd.| Yoga as Therapy - Weekend Course|

Weekend Course by Chris Norris

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

The Yoga as Therapy (YAT) course introduces qualified therapists and exercise teachers to the concepts of using yoga exercises (Asana’s) as part of a rehabilitation programme.

The course introduces yoga concepts & methods, and teaches introductory postures in standing, sitting, and lying. Mats (sticky mat) and small equipment (belt, wooden brick, and foam block) are used. Students are taught to progress and sequence exercises, and modify them to suit a variety of clinical scenarios. The course emphasises self-practice, observation, movement analysis, planning, cueing & adjustment. The course is delivered as a 3 day block.

Pre course reading (2 hours) and self-assessed yoga practice log (10 hours)

Day 1 – introduces yoga concepts and modifies postures for use in therapy on a one-to-one basis.
Day 2 – extends the posture repertoire and prepares students to teach small groups alongside one-to-one instruction. Yoga breathing (pranayama) and relaxation / mindfulness techniques are introduced.
Day 3 – brings in further postures, and introduces sequencing and session planning.

Course Aims

  • provide students with the knowledge and skills to equip them to teach yoga based exercise as an integrated skill within their current practice
  • develop competence in applying yoga using a clinical reasoning approach
  • develop the knowledge and skills to practice yoga postures for self-care and demonstration
  • develop skills to critically appraise yoga postures and practice for safety and effectiveness
  • introduce yoga breathing, relaxation, and mindfulness techniques
  • enhance the development of observation for movement analysis within yoga practice
  • provide education and practice to post graduate level
111235| ctchealthcare Ltd.| Modern Exercise Prescription - Evening Lecture|

Evening seminar presented by Nick Grantham.

at ctchealthcare Training Centre (Crewe)

In this evening seminar, Nick Grantham will show you why rehabilitation exercise prescription principles from the 1940’s are no longer acceptable. Rehabilitation exercise selection and prescription are simple concepts that we make more complex than necessary. Nick will show you simple evidence based principles that will allow you to produce effective rehabilitation programmes to meet your client’s needs. The concepts can be easily incorporated into your practice, building upon what you already do well whilst challenging your existing ideas. Nick will show how expanding your ability to design and implement effective exercise prescriptions can improve compliance and rehabilitation outcomes.

Nick is a performance enhancement specialist. His career spans four Olympic cycles and he is a founding member of the United Kingdom Strength and Conditioning Association and an accredited Strength and Conditioning Coach (ASCC). He has become recognised as a specialist in athletic preparation and has a wealth of knowledge in the physical preparation and injury rehabilitation of high performance athlete’s at the most elite levels; including professional sport, Olympic, Commonwealth, European, and World Championship standards.

Nick has worked closely with professional, National Governing Bodies and home institute medical teams assisting in the management, monitoring and implementation of injury management programmes. He continues to develop his knowledge of advanced training concepts and evidence based training principles. A sought after ‘expert’ he has presented seminars and practical workshops for the Football Association, BASEM, British Olympic Association and UK Strength & Conditioning Association. Nick has successfully transferred his detailed knowledge of training athletes into the public arena for rapid results and has a great ability to make the complex seem obvious and simple, making it easy to apply in your clinics.

Seminar content:

The Force Velocity Curve - understand how to ‘work the curve’ to improve rehabilitation outcomes.
The Repetition Continuum - learn how to manipulate it to bring about specific adaptations.
Sequencing - discover how exercise sequence impacts on rehabilitation goals.
Training Variables - understand how to manipulate key training variables to achieve successful outcomes.
Exercise Prescription - design evidence based prescriptions that deliver results.

111222| University of Surrey| Introduction to Canine Sports Medicine|

 Canine Sports Medicine provides students with a fundamental understanding of structure and locomotion as they relate to performance, and an introduction to canine sporting events. Sports injuries in canine athletes are covered in depth including their causes, prevention and rehabilitation. The role that psychology can play in the rehabilitation of the canine athlete is also discussed. Participants get hands-on experience with dogs on site.

This 3-day course is open to all licensed veterinary surgeons and physiotherapists.

For those delegates who plan to practice in the USA, this course is RACE approved by the AAVSB.

Topics Covered Include:

  • Canine sporting events: the organizations that oversee them and the breeds that participate
  • Anatomical structures and locomotion as they relate to canine performance
  • Gait assessment and retraining
  • Lameness evaluation
  • Canine sports injuries: causes, prevention and targeted rehabilitation
  • Conditioning for the canine athlete
  • Erogenic drugs (ethical and unethical)
  • Nutrition and supplements for the canine athlete
  • Canine sports psychology and how it can effect rehabilitation

Classes are held each day in Guildford, Surrey. UK. There is a 1-hour break for lunch. At the end of day 3, students are given an open-book, take-home final exam that they have 30 days to complete. Collaboration with fellow classmates is encouraged.

 

Cost:

Early Bird: £1,050 (until 28th Feb 2017)

Standard : £1,300 ( from 1st March 2017)

 

Please note: Students who do not attend a full day of class will not receive any credit hours for that day and may have to return to make up the missing hours.

 http://www.caninerehabinstitute.com/UK_Program.lasso

111221| University of Surrey| Principles of HACCP for Food Manufacturing (level 3)|

Learning OutcomesThe successful delegate will be able to understand:

  1. the importance of HACCP based food safety management procedures. 
  2. the preliminary processes for HACCP based procedures. 
  3. how to develop HACCP based food safety management procedures. 
  4. how to implement HACCP based food safety management procedures. 
  5. how to evaluate HACCP based procedures

Assessment criteria (relating to the above Learning Outcomes)

  • 1.1 Outline the need for HACCP based food safety management procedures
  • 1.2 Describe the HACCP approach to food safety procedures
  • 1.3 Summarise legislation relating to HACCP
  • 2.1 Explain the requirements of a HACCP team
  • 2.2 Outline the pre-requisites for HACCP
  • 2.3 Describe food production processes including use of end product
  • 2.4 Use process flow diagrams in the development of HACCP based food safety management procedures
  • 3.1 Identify hazards and risks in the production process
  • 3.2 Determine critical control points
  • 3.3 Establish critical limits
  • 4.1 Establish and implement monitoring procedures at critical control points
  • 4.2 Describe corrective actions
  • 5.1 Describe documentation and record keeping procedures
  • 5.2 Outline the verification and review of procedures

 

The facilitator

Dr. Miguel A Arranz, a registered assessor for this course. Dr. Arranz’s qualifications and experience include:

  • Lead/Official Veterinarian enforcing Food Hygiene and Animal Welfare regulations on behalf of the Food Standards Agency since 2000
  • Certificate Advanced HACCP, Level 4, by the RSPH
  • IRCA Certified Auditor / Lead Auditor
  • Graduate Member of the Institute of Meat
  • Registered Professional Food Mentor by the Institute of Food Science and Technology,
  • Registered Professional Food Safety Manager by the Institute of Food Science and Technology,
  • Registered BRC Consultant by the BRC Consultant Scheme

 

What is included in the price?

Course: 2.0 days
Assessment: 0.5 days. A multiple-choice exam provided by FDQ and approved by FDQ.
Registration: onto the FDQ register
Certificate: claimed for you (where appropriate)


Eville & Jones (UK) Ltd is accredited as an FDQ training centre.  This qualification is regulated by Ofqual and recognised on the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF). The Register of Regulated Qualifications http://register.ofqual.gov.uk contains details of Recognised Awarding Organisations and Regulated Qualifications in England (Ofqual), Wales (DfES) and Northern Ireland (Ofqual for vocational qualifications).

 

Reserve your place

Book your tickets at via our online store

 

Please direct any queries to: 

t: 01483 689526
e: [email protected]

111244| Royal Veterinary College| Abdominal ultrasonography online|

Monday 20th February - Sunday 2nd April 2017

£599

Key Areas

  • Physics of diagnostic ultrasound
  • Ultrasonographic artefact
  • Machine set-up and image recording
  • Review of normal ultrasonographic appearance
  • Ultrasonography of liver, biliary tract and spleen, gastrointestinal tract and pancreas, urinary tract, reproductive tract, adrenal glands, lymph nodes and abdomen in general
  • Ultrasound guided invasive procedures

CPD Hours

26 hours

This course is designed to provide you with the knowledge and skills required to perform a basic abdominal ultrasonographic examination, identify normal anatomy and changes seen with common diseases. It is a course for beginners therefore no previous knowledge of ultrasound or experience with ultrasonographic examinations is required or expected.

The course is most suitable for veterinarians who wish to advance their knowledge and skills in abdominal ultrasonography but who may not be able to attend practical scanning days at the RVC. The course will include web-based online recorded lectures, movies demonstrating ultrasound techniques, and access to the tutor and other participants via an asynchronous online discussion board. No special software is required. 26 hours of CPD can be earned through online lectures, discussion forums and an online assessment. The course is followed by an optional practical session (6 CPD hours) on 19th April at the RVC (limited to 20 participants) to consolidate knowledge.

During the optional practical day participants will have the opportunity to practice examining the abdominal organs taught during the online component of the course. This takes place on Wednesday 19th April (course fee £329) and can be booked online: http://cpd.rvc.ac.uk/courses/practical-abdominal-ultrasound-scanning-day-for-ecpd-course or by calling the CPD Unit - 01707 666865 or fill out our booking form.

Tutors

Pete Mantis, DVM DipECVDI FHEA MRCVS
Senior Lecturer in Radiology
The Royal Veterinary College

 

111176| University of Birmingham| Diploma in Occupational Medicine|

Diploma in Occupational Medicine

Monday 22nd - Friday 26th May 2017 and Monday 12th - Friday 16th 2017

This course prepares medical practitioners for the Faculty of Occupational Medicine (FOM) Diploma in Occupational Medicine examination, which is a qualification for those wishing to practice Occupational Medicine as a generalist.

The course comprises of teaching over two, five day weeks and will include lectures, group work, case studies, workplace visits and examination practice.

Registration

Course fee: £2500 per person

Register online via the university online shop
For more information about this course please contact the Centre for Professional Development office
Email: [email protected]
Tel: 0121 414 3281

111145| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111146| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111147| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111149| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111150| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111151| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111153| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

111154| Multiple Locations| Sage Training in London | Sage Accounting Courses|

Sage Training overview

Sage 50 Accounts course covers various levels of Sage 50 Accounts. Sage training in London aim is to provide the skills for you to be able to supply up to date & accurate information to Management for future planning, in the appropriate way for your business. Sage courses can open many doors for your career. Sage courses London also available for sage accounting course.

Every business in the world, no matter how large or small, is required by law to ‘keep records’. Bookkeepers play an absolutely essential role within organisations to ensure records of individual financial transactions are kept accurate, orderly, up to date and comprehensive for reporting and compliance purpose.

If you think you are organised and methodical, like working through documents and enjoy seeing a set of figures add up properly, then bookkeeping with sage course is the career for you.

Who is Sage 50 course for?

The Sage 50 course is suitable for people who:

  1. Are thinking to start up their own business or who are currently running their own business
  2. Are thinking to changing from a manual to a computerised Bookkeeping system
  3. Are looking to improve their career prospects and build a successful career in accounting sector.

Sage courses in Lonon: support available

Free high quality course materials and eBook available

Expert Tutorial support available

Student Discount with NUS card available

Exam fees and exam booking service under AAT/IAB available

Personalised individual study plan available

Specialist Career Management service available

AAT/IAB Student Membership and Certificate available

Free Sage 50 Computerised Accounting software* available

State of the Art Virtual Learning Campus available

 

Sage courses Online

You can also join sage courses online if you cannot commit to travelling to the Osborne Training campus in London. Online sessions are recorded to catch up later. You also get all study materials delivered to your home address very quickly.

To know more about the course and fees please contact directly or visit Osborne Training website.

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