The General Practitioner Certificate (GPCert) is designed to meet the needs of busy veterinary professionals wanting to gain a postgraduate qualification based on peer-to-peer recognition without sacrificing excessive time from their working routine.
When applying for a GPCert, you can complete further study and course work in your own time, with guidance and assistance available throughout the application process. With the completion of the examination, you will not only have gained valuable new skills, but also the confidence to use this additional knowledge to enhance the value of your practice. This education proves to be so valuable, that many vets have gone on to complete more than one certificate.
The quality of the General Practitioner Certificate is consistent across the globe and has achieved a set standard that is recognized internationally.
How to get a General Practitioner Certificate
In order to obtain the certificate, candidates have to complete the required structured sessions. After finishing the program, delegates also have to undertake extra assessments suggested by ISVPS and partake in a final examination based on the material covered across the course.
The uniqueness of the GPCert is the modular nature of the program. Candidates complete structured sessions taught by experienced professionals, with a final examination based on the material covered across the sessions.