Auckland 21 June 2017 – Today, Bayer New Zealand has launched VetSpace, a new training portal
that provides a wide range of online training essentials for keeping veterinary
clinics up-to-date with new developments.
the annual New Zealand Veterinary Association conference, the portal offers broad
training across all aspects of veterinary practice – for free.
to all New Zealand veterinary practices wanting to keep up-to-date with the
latest in product development, new clinical information and business or
Zealand managing director Derek Bartlett says the portal represents a new level
of training for vet practices because it caters to everyone.
training portals focus on new products or information for vets only. We’ve
taken it a step further and incorporated training modules for other vet clinic
staff – the support staff, vet nurses, technicians and managers who are all an
important part of keeping a veterinary business going.
wanted to provide easy access to the most relevant information to enable vets
to improve their practices – both technically and from a business point of view
– at no charge,” adds Bartlett.
information relevant to both farm animal and companion animal vets as well as
mixed vet practices.
respected industry vets, including learning and development specialist, Dr Lab
Wilson, have designed some of the courses.
thinking in learning and development circles recognises the value in training
that allows busy people access to ‘just-in-time’ learning in bite-sized chunks.
provides this specifically for veterinary practice enabling practice personnel
to learn what they want, how they want and when they need,” says Dr Wilson.
He also adds
that keeping up-to-date is not only an ethical obligation, but is also
essential in providing a high level of service and ensuring best practice
standards are maintained.
says VetSpace will offer about eight courses to start with and have new courses
lifecycle: Sheep & Cattle by Dr Lab Wilson, BVSc MANZCVS
New updates for an old disease by Dr Pru Galloway, BVSc [distinction], MANZCVS,
tips to increase owner compliance by Dr. Liz Watkins BVSc MRCVS
4. The Facts
about Flea by Dr Bob Rees, Bayer Animal Health
Marketing for Clinics by Dr James Ramsden,
6. Advantage –
“No Bite is right!” by Bayer Animal Health
fleas and ticks with Seresto® by Bayer Animal Health
you up to date: Selenium by Dr. Scott Oliver Knowles MSc, PhD & Dr. Neville
D. Grace MAgSc, PhD
you up to date: Cobalt by Dr. Scott Oliver Knowles MSc, PhD & Dr. Neville
D. Grace MAgSc, PhD.
The courses can
also go towards annual CPD (continuing professional development) points.
VetSpace at http://vetspace.co.nz
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