This course is currently full. You can still enrol on it for free but your name will be added to a reserve list. Should a place become available, you will be contacted.
Who simply MUST attend?
Graduates who have qualified within the last two years and are working in an XLVets Practice.
What is Different About This Course?
This is only for members of an XLVets Practice.
- XLVets offers all of its members a supportive community that share common values to enable collaboration. Our vision is by working together we can achieve so much more, and this starts the minutes that you join an XLVets practice from University and underpins the Farm Graduate Development Programme.
- The 8 day course includes exciting and innovative core modules designed to achieve excellence in practice, they are compulsory to attend, to help you build a strong and collaborative peer network on the first day of the programme and throughout your career. We encourage graduates to keep in touch in between modules to keep learning.
- To help Graduates develop their skills, confidence and experience even further, the XLVet Graduate Programme offers participants the chance to be mentored throughout their first years in practice.
Briefly the course comprises
A five module course for graduates who have qualified within the last two years and are working in an XLVets practice.Module 1: Survival Skills
- 16th, 17th & 18th May 2017
- Trainers: Phil Alcock, Dave Gilbert, Ben Strugnell, Driver Skills, Ian Stewart & Duncan Berkshire
- Venue: North Yorkshire
- Included: Survival Skills, Mastering Medicines, Driver Skills, Practical Pathology, Pigs Post Mortem & Poultry Post Mortem.
- 20th, 21st & 22nd June 2017
- Trainer: Mark Burnell, Andy Adler
- Venue: Dorset
- Included: Calving Cows, Down Cows and Surgery
The Farm: Transition Management, The Cow: Lameness Identification and First Aid Treatment.Module 3: Beef and Sheep Skills
- 18th & 19th July 2017
- Trainer: Lee-Anne Oliver
- Venue: Northumberland
- Included: Key topics to diagnose, treat and prevent for the Beef & Sheep farmer; infertility and tightening the calving pattern; growth rates and production.
Cost (inc. VAT): £1140.00
Start: 7 Sep 2016
Finish: 16 Nov 2016
Start Time: TBA