Royal Canin is offering veterinary professionals the chance to win a free place on a dedicated practice team training course.

Communication is key. Image ©iStock.com/DenGuy
The morning session will concentrate on the impact front-of-house employees can have on client communication. Image ©iStock.com/DenGuy.

In partnership with Zoetis, Royal Canin is sponsoring the 2016 regional event – organised by VPMA and SPVS – and is offering four places (each worth £210) to the “Focus on the practice team” course on Thursday 13 October at Chesford Grange in Warwickshire.

Leading experts

The first half of the day will concentrate on the impact front-of-house employees can have on client communication, while the second half will cover HR issues.

Guest speakers will include:

  • Brian Faulkner from The Colourful Consultancy
  • Nick Steele from Zoetis
  • veterinary mentor Carolyne Crowe
  • Alison Lambert from Onswitch

Email entries

For a chance to win, email Royal Canin with your name, job title, name of your veterinary practice and the reason why you would like to attend by 30 September. Royal Canin will then select four applicants at random and inform the winners via email by 7 October.

Places on the course can also be booked by telephoning 01453 872731 or visiting the SPVS/VPMA website.

Focus days cost £175 plus VAT for non-members and £125 plus VAT for VPMA and SPVS members (group/bulk booking discounts are also available). The cost includes lunch and refreshments.

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