Delegates to this year’s Official Veterinarian Conference are to receive a three-month free trial of Improve International’s recently launched online platform, Bitesize.

24/7 flexibility.
Delegates will be able to access their CPD 24/7, says Improve.

Improve says it will give them nine hours of free CPD across the three months combined with the convenient 24/7 access offered by online learning platforms.

The 2016 Official Veterinarian Conference “Safeguarding Animal Welfare – the role of the OV” takes place on 29 and 30 September at the Alexandra House Conference Centre in Swindon. The programme includes lecture streams and round-table discussions on themes relating to large animals, small animals and equines.

‘Chunk’ learning

Improve’s Bitesize CPD offers an ideal solution for vets requiring high-quality learning on clinical topics in short “chunks”, at a time and place to suit them. Courses are updated regularly to ensure their currency and cover topics including soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology and feline medicine.

For their subscription, vets receive three hours of CPD every month, with veterinary nurses receiving three hours every other month.

To register, visit the Official Veterinarian Conference website.

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