Sharpen your veterinary skills with a focus on better patient care

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This article is sponsored content brought to you by The University of Melbourne.

The role of a vet is complex, requiring significant insight and knowledge to deliver the best care for your patients. Coupled with intuition and years of expertise, ongoing professional development is required to keep your practice current. 

Courses to refine your care

The University of Melbourne offers in-depth tuition and unparalleled access to industry experts to help you build your skills.

We offer the following programs to ensure you provide the most comprehensive treatment to all animals in your care:

  • Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Ultrasound Abdominal
  • Graduate Certificate in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

A course that adapts to your schedule

Flexibility is a focus of our 100% online programs, which have been designed to fit around your busy work life.

“When we were writing the courses, we broke it down into 20 to 30-minute chunks,” says Professor Mark Davis, Veterinary Clinical Sciences academic at the University of Melbourne. “They’re designed to be learned in small pieces, so you can choose how fast or how slow you go, as well as how much you do at a time.”

Ongoing access to course content

Accessibility to content is also helpful to practising vets. Professor Davis points out that “once a student is signed up to the course, they’ll always have access to it – even if we update the content”.

Apply now! Discover more at mspace.unimelb.edu.au/vetpractice

Or send an email to: continuing-education@unimelb.edu.au

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