The College of Animal Welfare (CAW) has opened registration for its Training Practice (TP) Congress 2014.
The congress – two days of CPD dedicated to clinical coaches – is to be held at Milton Keynes Conference Centre on March 17 and 18. According to CAW, now is the ideal time to register as not only will the event keep delegates up to date with continual changes to the Level 3 Diploma in Veterinary Nursing, but if booked before January 31, delegates will also benefit from an early bird discount (£150 plus VAT for one day or £225 plus VAT for both days).
At the congress, chartered occupational psychologist Helen Frewin will be looking at how delegates can build a good, professional relationship with their students, and how to deal with difficult conversations between trainer and student.
Anne-Marie Aylott of Purple Cat Coaching, a qualified vet and professional coach, will be talking about how to help students set goals and be motivated. City and Guilds, meanwhile, will be providing an update on what’s new with the Level 3 VN diploma and Elizabeth Figg, experienced equine VN at Donnington Grove Veterinary Group and a member of the RCVS VN council, will be looking at what delegates and their students need to know about equines.
In talks on legislation and regulation, the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Julie Dugmore, will be giving a talk on her first six months as head of veterinary nursing at the college and providing insight on what’s to come. Kathy Kissick, chair of VN council, will present an update on VN legislation, professional and ethical responsibilities, and the latest news from the VN world.
For further information including other speakers or to book, visit CAW’s website or telephone 01480 422060.