This two day CPD course is open to zoo professionals including vets and nurses in general practice who provide veterinary cover for zoos, farm parks or colleges. It will be held at the Best Western Park Hotel Appleby Magna (B&B £65).
Lectures and interactive methods will be used to cover subjects such as legislation, preventative medicine and clinical care. Examples will be used to demonstrate the approach and management of zoo cases.
Please contact us at email@example.com to register your interest or book a place. We would then invoice you or your practice. The cost of the two day course is £495.
Minimum numbers are necessary to run this course and would be confirmed one month prior to the event.
This seminar integrated work from several fields, including ethology, veterinary hospice and palliative care, animal ethics, environmental enrichment, animal training, nutrition and exhibit/indoor housing.
This workshop was a collaboration between Animal Concepts and Chapman Zoo Consultancy.
We provided a bespoke CPD course for the veterinary team at Abington Park Referrals.
Subjects included husbandy, handling, history taking, clinical examination, basic diagnostics, treatment and emergency care of birds and reptiles.
Delegates left with more confidence in dealing with exotic patients.
This was a two day lecture based CPD course designed for vets in general practice who work for small zoos or colleges.
We had twelve delegates - both vets and nurses - who work for a variety of types of zoos. These included small farm parks and also larger safari parks and zoos.
The lectures were based around all aspects of a vets role within a zoo but focused on the importance of animal welfare and preventative medicine. Each session had case examples incorporated and there was also a scenario based workshop around the subject of emergency procedures.
The feedback was excellent and we really enjoyed delivering this CPD!
Sarah enjoyed speaking on subjects including elderly zoo animal care, the importance of positive reinforcement training for veterinary care of zoo animals and clinical approaches to zoo animal cases. There were also some great practical sessions including exotic/zoo radiography and blood sampling techniques.
Julian was invited to speak to the students about the work that goes into conservation of the Common Dormouse in the UK.
The students were especially interested in how dormice were paired up for captive breeding prior to release and how the monitoring continues.
Sarah spoke about how vets can get involved in primate conservation in the field and how students can have an impact to help these endangered species. Poaching of whole families of primates still continues with the babies being sold as pets.