NAVTA Events Calendar- Lots of webinars and links to further CE.
Vetoquinol Academia, 2 online courses are available free from Vetoquinol. Vetoquinol Academia is offering a course on behaviour in cats and dogs - http://www.vetoquinol.ca/en/index.asp?section=47 and a course cushing's syndrome - www.vetoryl.ca
Hill's Pet Nutrition, Hill’s Veterinary Nutritional Advocate(VNA) is RACE - Approved for 15 CE Credits. VNA is an online educational opportunity designed to enhance the ability to understand, communicate and recognize the benefits of promoting proper pet nutrition. The engaging, self-paced course helps team members grow personally and professionally. VNA contains three levels, each with ten modules and an application section to show participants exactly how their new knowledge can be used in everyday practice. Each level includes encouragement from a well-known leader in the veterinary industry, including Marty Becker, D.V.M., Robin Downing, D.V.M. and Fritz Wood, C.P.A., C.F.P. The benefit of participating in VNA is not limited to earning CE credits. By simply spending a few hours with Hill’s VNA, veterinary health care team members will enhance their competence in understanding and communicating proper pet nutrition, relate to pet owners more effectively, and interact more cooperatively with other health care team members. In other words, participating in VNA can make veterinary practice more enjoyable. Visit VNA.HillsVet.com to get started today
Abbott Animal Health CE, offers different series such as Fluid Therapy Series, Anesthesia Series , Diabetes Series . Each Series has 8 to 10 modules which offers 1 hour of RACE-approved CE credit per module. Go to their website for more information or to get started at AbbottAnimalHealthCE.com
Tipping The Scale on Canine Obesity
Discussion topics include:
For more information contact Lisa Timmons @ (250) 858-5546 or visit www.purinavets.com/technicians
Veterinary Information Network" Interactive, online RACE-approved CE courses running year-round, open to all technicians. Visit www.vin.com or email CEonVIN@vin.com for current course catalog and more information.
Jonkar Veterinary Systems Ltd. presents "PAIN HURTS, Pain: How to Understand Recognize Treat & Stop" by Karol Mathews w/multiple authors. This software program provides insight into all aspects of pain management, including physiology, pathophysiology, origin of pain, pain recognition & assessment in may species of CA (cats, dogs, ferrets, rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas, hamsters, gerbils, reptiles) & laboratory animals (mice, rats), & available analgesic drugs & modalities for all situations, age groups & species. For more info and prices please visit http://www.jonkar.com/ or for network version contact email@example.com
On-line Fluid Therapy Program: Speakers include: Dr. Bernie Hansen, North Carolina Statue University, Dr. Wayne Wingfiled from Colorado State University, Dr. Steve Haskins of UC Davis, Dr. Rebecca Kirby of Milwaukee and others. This comprehensive program consists of 10 modules and is designed to increase veterinarians' and technicians' knowledge and confidence administering IV fluids. Topics include: fluid therapy basics, intro to fluid types, crystalloids and colloids in depth, fluid administration guidelines, catheter placement and care, IV fluids during anesthesia and surgery and interactive case studies. For information or to register visit: http://www.AbbottAnimalHealthCE.com. Sponsored by: Abbott Animal Health.
Online Pod cast - Canine Heart Disease. Speaker: Larry P. Tilley, DVM, DACVIM (Internal Medicine). Topics: Diagnostic Cardiology in the Exam Room; Diagnosis and Treatment of Heart Failure in 2009; Tilley's 2009 Cardiac Drug Formulary for Practice. This pod cast is ongoing and can be accessed at: http://www.canineheartdisease.ca/ or contact: Charlotte Harris, Novartis Animal Health: E-mail: charlotte:firstname.lastname@example.org. Sponsor: Novartis.
University of Guelph, Ridgetown Campus offering correspondence courses for Veterinary Technicians - Topics include Pharmacology, Advanced Anaesthesia & Pain Management Techniques, Introduction to Small Animal Dentistry, Introduction to Small Animal Behaviour and Medical Emergencies. For more info or to register please contact Carolyn Lucio at (519) 674-1500, ext#63524 or at email@example.com
Bayer Health Care Animal Care, is committed to helping veterinary health professionals stay current by providing state-of-the-art continuing education. LEARN the current science and trends and LEAD your team on an innovative, educational journey. We invite you to advance your training and expertise through our selection of CE-accredited programs. Go to their website for more information or to get started today at www.learnwithbayer.ca
Bayer HealthCare Online CE Module - Topics to include a historical review of heartworm and heartworm preventives, info on the development and use of microfilaria susceptibility assays and details of recent research using the MP3 strain of D. Immitis. This webinar includes a pre-recorded question and answer period with Dr. Byron L. Blagburn, MS, PhD. Register now for this FREE webinar at www.heartwormwebinar.ca Sponsored by Bayer Animal Health Care.
The Be a Tree™ Program is a fun and interactive presentation for children that teaches them how to read dog body language and be safe around dogs. The program is supported by a Teacher Kit produced by Doggone Crazy! that contains photos and games to teach kids how to "Be a Tree" and act safely around dogs.
The Be a Tree program is available across North America and around the world. Approximately 500,000 children have benefited from the lessons learned in this program. Presenters include veterinary technicians.
SAVT has a Be a Tree Teacher Kit. You may borrow it to present to children in your area. each presentation you do will earn you 3 CE points. Find out what is in the kit.
Try the free demo out for the Doggone Safe Body Language course
Lifelearn Inc. , MacNabb House
University of Saskatchewan
OAVT Online CE Courses:
The OAVT provides Continuing Education through our online webinar system. This technology enables you to watch an online seminar, then to take a short test afterwards which qualify as CE credits. This learning opportunity is open to the public and other jurisdictions in addition to RVTs in Ontario.
Due to technical difficulties creating your first time user account cannot be done online. Please contact the OAVT office for your user account to be created.
Credits vary depending upon the pre-approved allocation at the discretion of the OAVT.
The OAVT is in the process of expanding the scope of offerings to meet the ongoing and ever expanding educational needs of Registered Veterinary Technicians. If you or your organization is interested in working with the OAVT to offer a new online course, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org
e-Training for Dogs is the first online dog training educational site offering a wide selection of webinars for the dog owner, dog trainer, breeder and canine enthusiast. E-Training for Dogs was established in 2005 by Dr. Cheryl Aguiar to provide comprehensive educational programs to canine professionals as well as a vast array of Online Dog Training courses for dog owners.
You will find our courses and programs provide top quality education accessible to everyone who has access to the internet.
VideoVet CE provides current practical information you can learn in the comfort of your home or office using video of clinical case material on DVD format. Also included is a detailed set of illustrated proceedings on CD. VideoVet is now a recognized CE provider by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE).
VetDent CE Associates is dedicated to enhancing the dental knowledge base of veterinarians and their staff members by providing continuing education seminars, webinars and hands on laboratories