On Friday 10th September 2021, Vetpol is launching its first ever Munch & Learn Companion Animal CPD event; an online programme that is set to inspire, educate and be fun!
With a fantastic line up of presentations and guest speakers, Munch & Learn provides bite-size CPD specifically for SQPs and Vet Nurses working in both retail and practice settings.
Vetpol have already secured some high profile speakers, such as Wendy Nevins, Past-President of BVNA, Georgie Hollis of Vet Wound Library fame and Sally Harmer, renowned SQP trainer and Consultant. Speakers will be covering a wide range of interesting topics from rabbit welfare, nutrition, caring for elderly cats, communication and more.
The event will begin at 9am with the presentations running in 3 different virtual rooms throughout the day, so delegates can dip in and out as they wish. For those unable to attend all day, the content will be available for 12 weeks after the event itself.
Delegates will also be given numerous opportunities to engage with event partners and exhibitors, asking any questions they may have regarding specific products and services, as well as taking advantage of event offers and fun competitions along the way.
Munch & Learn is proudly brought to you by Vetpol, already well-established in the veterinary world and now offering online training and the regulation of SQPs. Vetpol Founder and Director, Caroline Johnson says they thought hard before launching a virtual event at a time when we are all ‘zoomed’ out. She went on to say:
“Our team felt that offering a virtual event with an emphasis on quality, interaction and fun would be both time efficient for delegates and provide some of the buzz one might expect at a face-to-face event. Alongside our Partners offering competitions and prizes, we plan to give delegates access to first-class CPD that will be of value in their professional roles – and also a day to remember”. Caroline added, “We are expecting a good turnout and trust that delegates will feel more than just visitors, but feel part of the day itself!”