Continuing Professional Development is an important aspect of veterinary nursing - the need to constantly be upskilling and developing.
With the advent of voluntary registration, it is a requirement to complete 20 CPD points per calendar year if you wish to be included in the List/Register - this equates to 20 hours
Below is a table showing how these points can be gained.
Any course that has already been accredited by an outside source - eg RACE points, is acceptable by NZVNA.
You may use 5 hours (5 points) of non accredited CPD per year
CPD Points table
On the following page you will find a list of CPD that has been accredited by NZVNA
For those wishing to have their CPD accredited by NZVNA -
- NZVNA will provide free advertising on this website for your event
- We will endeavour to have an NZVNA representative at your CPD event if you wish
- We offer fast turnaround of CPD accreditation for your event
- If a course or event has been deemed to satisfy the requirement for CPD the accreditation fees are:
- 1 - 4 hour event = $50.00
- 4 - 8 hour event = $100.00
- 8+ hour event = $150.00
- In the event of a course or event not satisfying the requirements for CPD accreditation, no fee will be charged
- CPD fees are a one-off charge, providers do not need to reapply for accreditation unless the course structure or content changes
- The NZVNA logo may be used in your advertising if the event or course receives accreditation
- For all information please email CPD@nzvna.org.nz
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