Vets and veterinary nurses are being invited to test their knowledge and win free CPD that covers all their annual RCVS mandatory hours.

Subscriptions to Improve International’s popular Online Bitesize CPD training programme will be up for grabs at London Vet Show.

Veterinary CPD provider Improve International is offering six subscriptions each day to its popular Online Bitesize CPD training programme on its stand, D25, at London Vet Show in November.

Visitors will have the opportunity to test their knowledge in a short quiz, with three vets and three veterinary nurses winning each day.

Online Bitesize CPD is a comprehensive training programme for veterinary professionals wanting to gain the latest skills and knowledge in key clinical subjects.

Interactive training

The training is interactive, with each course accredited by the European School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ESVPS), and provides all the mandatory CPD hours for a vet and veterinary nurse in a single, affordable subscription, says the company.

Improve International managing director David Babington said: “Our Bitesize CPD offers complete flexibility so vets and veterinary nurses can access our high-quality learning on clinical topics in short ‘chunks’, at a time and place to suit them.

“Courses are updated regularly and cover topics including soft tissue surgery, ophthalmology and feline medicine for vets and fluid therapy, critical care and anaesthesia for nurses.”

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