CONTINUING EDUCATION for 2020

Rachel Perry Teaching Continuing Education

Hello, we’re so glad you’re here! You know you need some veterinary dental education, and you’ve come to the right place.

The veterinary medical field is rapidly advancing just like the human side, with new techniques, products, protocols and drugs being constantly discovered.

It is vital that veterinary professionals keep abreast of these advancements and the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons’ Code of Conduct states that veterinary surgeons should:

“Maintain and develop the knowledge and skills relevant to their professional practice” with a minimum of 35 hours a year for vets, and 15 hours per year for nurses.

When was the last time you did some veterinary dental CPD? Book now! 

Feedback from recent teaching events

“I thought Rachel was really good, obviously very interested in her subject and keen to teach and impart her knowledge. I found her very helpful and patient.”

“Rachel is very knowledgeable and approachable as well. She made the learning experience fun.”

Rachel Perry Teaching Continuing Education
Rachel Perry Teaching Continuing Education

Forthcoming CPD events for 2020 can be found here:

Royal Veterinary College, Hawkshead Campus, London

Canine Dentistry 13th & 14th October.

Feline Dentistry 15th & 16th October.

Central CPD, Kennington, London

Practical Dentistry 4th & 5th February 

Feline Dentistry 4th & 5th May

Practical Dentistry 25th & 26th June 

Practical Dentistry 8th & 9th September 

Dentistry for the Nurse 10th September 

Dental Radiography 11th September 

Other courses, Training and conferences

IVC CPD Courses

If you are part of an Independent Vetcare Practice (IVC) they offer regular practical cost-effective CPD courses, so please contact:

IVC Learning and Development IVCL&[email protected]

Bespoke CPD Training

If you are interested in a bespoke CPD training day in your own practice, please contact me to discuss your requirements.

Rachel can come and teach you some dentistry, and Stacey can come and talk anaesthesia.

Interested in attending a dedicated veterinary dental conference?

Come and say hello at the European Veterinary Dental Forum held in the spring every year, or visit the USA for the Veterinary Dental Forum each autumn.