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Event Calendar 2018



Emergency Medicine in Small Animal Practice



Duration: 5 weeks commencing Monday 19th February
Course Fees: $350AUD
Live weekly tutorials - Modays at 19.30AEDT (check your time zone)

CPD HOURS - 25 | RACE Submitted for Approval


K9hydroservices - 

Level 4 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy and
Level 3 Certificate in Hydrotherapy for Small Animals

10 day practical training with accredited instructor Barbara Houlding

Where: South Auckland
When: March 2018

for more details please read flyer here


10th World Congress on Veterinary & Animal Science

 May 18-19, 2018 in Osaka, Japan

Veterinary Congress 2018 will be an informative World’s largest Veterinary conference reflecting the direction of veterinarians in the 21st century and offers a wide range of expertise to participants of all the backgrounds. This Veterinary Conference provides a show case opportunity to discuss the latest developments within the field of Veterinary & Animal Sciences.  For further information visit https://veterinarycongress.conferenceseries.com/
Venoms and Toxins in Small Animal Practice

Duration: 4 weeks commencing Monday 28th May
Course Fee: $350AUD
Live weekly tutorials

CPD HOURS - 20 | RACE Submitted for Approval


Nutrition in Disease
Duration: 3 weeks commencing 27th August
Course Fees: $350AUD
Live weekly tutorials

CPD HOURS - 15 | RACE Submitted for Approval


Reproduction in Small Animal Practice

Duration: 4 weeks commencing Sunday 11th November
Course Fees: $350AUD
Live tutorials

CPD HOURS - 20 | RACE Submitted for Approval



9th World Congress of Herpetology


5 - 10 January 2020, Dunedin


When:   5-10 January 2020
Where: Dunedin
Details:  www.conference.co.nz/wch2020



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