The Veterinary Training Camp has been developed in order to offer veterinary surgeons and veterinary nurses the opportunity to improve their surgical and anaesthesia skills.
Each 5 day camp consists of a small group of vets and nurses and will take place throughout the year at a shelter for stray dogs in Romania.
Many veterinary professionals embark on voluntary projects abroad to gain experience. The veterinary training camp is ideal as it provides each participant with teaching and guidance on anaesthetics and routine surgery as well as the opportunity to improve the welfare of stray dogs as part of the shelters neutering project.
The course is aimed at newly qualified veterinarians and student/recently qualified VN's, although anyone who feels they can learn from the experience are welcome to attend. It is suitable for anyone requiring 5 days of continuing professional development (CPD) on basic surgery/ neutering skills and anaesthesia.
One place per camp is available to a person considering becoming a veterinary surgeon or nurse. This place is open to people over 18 years and is subject to an application process. See course content for more details.
Further details can be found by following the links at the top of the page.