Equine vets and veterinary nurses who are also suitably qualified persons (SQPs) can earn 24 CPD points with a new seminar.

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The 3D approach to equine worming will be the seminar’s focus.

Hosted by animal health companies Virbac and Trilanco, the free event will take place at Rossdales Equine Hospital near Newmarket, Suffolk on 14 June.

3D approach

The course will start at 10am with registration and coffee, before Virbac’s Chris Taylor will present the company’s seminar, entitled ”3D approach to equine worming”.

Following a light finger buffet at noon, the afternoon session will address SQP frequently asked questions and their solutions, finishing at around 3pm.

To attend, email samw@trilanco.com or telephone 07799 692923.

For more information on the 3D Worming initiative, visit www.3dworming.co.uk

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