CertAVP Survival Tips
This day is designed for two types of CertAVP candidate – the CertAVP Survival Tips day is for any veterinarian interested in the CertAVP, whether they are newly enrolled or not, and the CertAVP Clinic is for candidates already enrolled and part/mid way through their studies.
The programmes are run concurrently, so you are able to pick and choose the workshops to suit you. The Survival Tips day will start with an introduction to the CertAVP and how to get started, followed by a detailed look at the A-FAVP.1 module with sample work and a talk on reflective writing.
There will be a presentation from the RVC Library to explore what is available online and how to make best use of literature search facilities and Q&A discussion forums for all B and C modules, run by the relevant module leader. CertAVP candidates who have passed the CertAVP (‘survivors’) will be speaking about their experiences. The Clinic is designed for those veterinarians already enrolled on the CertAVP. Workshops will include face to face time with module assessors, informal chats with CertAVP ‘survivors’ and library staff, additional advice on reflective writing for the C modules, and feedback from the CertAVP Manager on your current position. The informal workshops are designed for those seeking more specific module guidance.