The College of Animal Welfare is delighted to announce that Head Nurse Congress, sponsored by the Veterinary Practice Management Association (VPMA), is back from 19-20 May 2018!
Returning to the wonderful Whittlebury Hall Hotel and Spa in Northamptonshire, this year’s congress includes lectures on staff well-being, recruitment, managing difficult situations, leadership and coaching skills, Neuro-Linguistic Programming – and much more! Not only will Head Nurse Congress increase your confidence in your everyday leadership and management skills, it will provide 12 hours of evidenced Continuing Professional Development (CPD).
Tracey Croucher, Short Course and Events Manager at The College of Animal Welfare, said “We are delighted to have secured a variety of leading speakers from both inside and outside of the veterinary profession, to discuss topics which are truly relevant to the head nurse in today’s modern veterinary practice.” She added: “We are looking forward to, what is set to be, another excellent opportunity for those involved in veterinary practice management to come together to gain valuable CPD.”
Be an early bird and book before 31 March 2018!
Delegates who book before 31 March 2018 will be able to attend both days of congress for the fantastic early bird price of just £249+VAT. For a full event agenda and booking details visit www.caw.ac.uk/hnc or call the college on 01480 422060.
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For more information please contact:
Alison German RVN
Senior Marketing and Communications Coordinator
The College of Animal Welfare
Tel: 01480 422060
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About The College of Animal Welfare
The College is one of the UK’s leading providers of veterinary nurse and animal care training and education; operating from four training centres around the UK.
The College has a well-earned reputation for excellence and has created a number of unique achievements that have created new opportunities for learning, including the creation of the very first BSc Honours Veterinary Nursing degree programme jointly developed, delivered and assessed with Middlesex University in 1998.
For more information about The College of Animal Welfare please visit www.caw.ac.uk