BCF Technology has launched an academy gathering its learning resources and expertise in one place.

Learning.
BCF said its new hub is a “natural evolution” of the educational support it provides.

Called the BCF Academy, the online hub is accessible on the firm’s new website.

Gavin Mitchell, managing director of BCF Technology, said: “The BCF Academy is a natural evolution of the educational support we have been providing for more than three decades. We are committed to helping our customers improve animal care.

Confidence

“We want all vets to feel confident they are getting the most from their diagnostic imaging equipment. This is why learning has always been at the heart of BCF. It is a really exciting time with the launch of the BCF Academy and our new website.

“We have also grown our clinical team, with two new in-house vets, Holly Johnson and Rachel Marshall, joining us.”

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