Practical CPD2021-06-14T09:35:17+12:00

High-quality, skills-based continuing education for vets and vet nurses.

We provide passionate speakers who are international experts in their field. You will come away from each workshop with new skills and knowledge you can put into practice immediately.

COVID-19 Message: Updated 31st August 2020

In the wake of the COVID-19 crisis, Practical CPD has updated its schedule of courses – there have been some changes and cancellations. Where workshop dates have changed or courses have been cancelled, Practical CPD has endeavoured to contact delegates to confirm attendance at the new date or provide a credit.

In line with government advice, Practical CPD workshops will only proceed at Level 1. However, Australian and international delegates need to ensure that they are able to travel to Auckland in order to attend the workshops. For more information about your specific situation, please email info@practicalcpd.com.

Upcoming Workshops

All prices are exclusive of GST.
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    Hip Luxation Repair Wet-lab

    July 1, 2021

    Kahuvet Education Centre, Wiri, Auckland

    $1,095.00 ex. GST
     
     
    Andrew Worth BVSc, MANZCVS(Radiology), PGDipVCS, FANZCVS(SA Surgery), Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
    Hip luxation is the most frequently reported joint luxation in small animal practice, usually resulting from trauma or severe hip dysplasia. This highly practical workshop is designed to improve your understanding of the anatomy of the hip joint and to teach you techniques required to surgically manage patients with hip luxation with confidence.
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    Patellar Luxation Repair Wet-lab

    July 2, 2021

    Kahuvet Education Centre, Wiri, Auckland

    $1,095.00 ex. GST
       
     
    Andrew Worth BVSc, MANZCVS(Radiology), PGDipVCS, FANZCVS(SA Surgery), Registered Specialist in Small Animal Surgery
    This highly practical workshop is designed to improve your understanding of stifle biomechanics and patellar luxation pathophysiology. Delegates will have the opportunity for hands-on practice of the taught techniques on cadavers in the afternoon wet-lab. At the conclusion, delegates should feel confident in managing patients with patellar luxation.
  • Ear Medicine

    July 22, 2021

    Kahuvet Education Centre, Wiri, Auckland

    $1,095.00 ex. GST
    Dr. Debbie Simpson MA (Hons) Cantab BVSc MANZCVS (Small Animal Medicine) FANZCVS (Veterinary Dermatology)
    This one-day workshop will allow you to recognise the underlying cause of ear problems in dogs and cats and gain confidence in effectively treating these conditions. Delegates should be able to confidently undertake issues and provide treatment that maximises the outcomes for patients.
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