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Why choose Improve International?
12-13 June 2019
MMU Business School, Manchester
Enhance your CPD, hear from renowned veterinary experts and explore the latest equipment from across the veterinary industry!
Returning 25-26 September 2019
Alexandra House, Swindon
For Small Animal, Farm Animal and Equine focused OV’s, the Conference will provide you with the latest updates from across the profession.
Advance your knowledge, progress your academic qualifications and gain recognition in your chosen field with a General Practitioner Advanced Certificate.
What do our delegates think?
I chose Improve International as they are an established company, they’ve got a good reputation and I have done a number of courses with them previously and had access to top qualified speakers.Robyn Farquhar
An accredited General Practitioner Advanced Certificate (GPAdvCert) in Small Animal Medicine has been launched by Improve International aimed at veterinary professionals across Europe who wish to advance their knowledge and diagnostic skills, progress their academic qualifications and gain recognition in their field. It follows the successful launch of Improve’s first GPAdvCert in Small Animal Orthopaedics earlier this year.
CPD voucher prizes of £500, £250 and £100 are up for grabs on both days at the London Vet Show for delegates who take part in the ‘cyclone’ game on Improve International’s stand (F30). Everyone who takes part will win a £5 CPD voucher and goody bag to take away. ...
We are pleased to announce the launch of our Distance Learning version of one of our most popular Postgraduate Certificate (PgC) programmes, Small Animal Medicine, in January 2019.
The comprehensive 20 module medicine programme, covering all of the major body systems of cats and dog, combines the latest thinking in small animal medicine with its world-class learning resources to ensure that delegates’ learning experience online gives the same high-quality learning as the attendance programme.