The Chicken Vet Training Days
We hold training courses for vets covering the common ailments, diseases and treatments for domestic poultry throughout the year.
There are an ever increasing number of chickens being presented through the consulting room door and that’s why we provide these courses; so vets can gain knowledge and confidence in the treatment and diagnosis of chicken disease.
We are very proud of our large network of "Chicken Friendly" practices around the UK and by holding these courses we aim to spread knowledge of treating poultry health to these practices.
On The Chicken Vet Training Course, you will learn about:
- History of the chicken
- Husbandry - needs, housing, management and hygiene
- Legislation and Law
- Behaviour and Anatomy
- Post-Mortem Examination
- Blood Sampling Techniques
- 'The Clinical Approach to...' - a discussion of the clinical presentations most commonly seen in practice
- Therapeutics and Preventative Medicines
The Chicken Vet course is presented by vets and technicians from The Chicken Vet's parent company, St David's Poultry Team, one of the leading poultry practices in the UK.
Time: 09:30am - 3:30pm (subject to Q&A's the end of the session may run over this time.)
This course counts as 6 hours of CPD training.
If you are a vet nurse who would like to learn more about domestic poultry, we are offering a 25% discount on the cost, and attending the post-mortem session is optional. We also offer a 25% discount for a 2nd vet attending the course from an Associated Practice that is already registered with us.
Upcoming course dates are as follows:
If you would like to book on to The Chicken Vet Training Day, you can do so by clicking either of the links above and making your booking and payment online. Alternatively, should you wish to pay via BACS, you can download the booking form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the webinar, or in relation to The Chicken Vet Training Day, please call 01392 872885.
Please note: Our course is aimed at providing continous professional development training to veterinary professionals, and is not deemed suitable for backyard poultry owners, or those outside of the veterinary profession.