If your practice is seeing a reasonable number of camelids, it may be a more cost-effective solution to have a course tailored specifically towards the needs of your vets and clientele and taught on-site at your practice. Please contact us if you are interested in this option.

Here are some testimonials from practices that have opted for in-house CPD:

“Claire visited our practice to deliver an excellent 2 day presentation on alpacas to our large animal team, encompassing both seminars and a practical scanning session. The presentation was tailored to our specific requests and supported by comprehensive notes but Claire’s extensive camelid knowledge and experience enabled us to explore wider topics as the subjects cropped up. Consideration of all areas of camelid veterinary care and intervention were interspersed with informative videos and case discussions. The nature of presentation was readily adjusted to reflect the depth, or lack of, experience of the delegates. Undoubtedly we all found the presentation invaluable.”

Sam Prescott MA VetMB GPCert (ExAP) MRCVS, Robson & Prescott

“We have an increasing number of alpaca clients at our practice and felt the need to increase our knowledge. We recently arranged an in-house CPD weekend delivered by Claire Whitehead to which all our vets attended for some of, or the entire course. Claire was an excellent speaker delivering a series of very informative presentations with much interaction and discussion from our vets. The course was undertaken at one of our client’s premises to allow the practical component of handling, physical examination and ultrasonography.

After an informative and exhausting weekend we all feel much more confident in our approach to alpacas and recommend this course to anyone seeing any number of alpacas.”

Alun Edwards BVSc MRCVS, Clent Hills Veterinary Group


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