Program description

The courses are designed to guide the practitioner through the theoretical foundations to the clinical applications of canine rehabilitation.

Who can attend?

Veterinarians, Physiotherapists, Veterinary Nurses/Technicians


How to become a CCRP

Five steps toward success

Level 1 and 2

Externship

Cases

Exam

Party

Step 1: Complete Level 1* and Level 2* CCRP courses. Read more >>

Step 2: Complete your practical training with a 40 hours externship and send in the confirmation letter/log 6 >>

Step 3: Complete your 5 cases documentation: 2 orthopedic, 2 neurologic, 1 case of your choice (orthopedic, neurologic, cat etc.) >>

Step 4: Take your exams: a) presentation of one of your cases, b) practical exams on animal, c) written exams (150 MC questions) >>

Step 5: Receive your precious wooden plaque after passing the exams


* Level 1 = Part I – III , Level 2 = Part IV + V: Both levels are required to allow a candidate to take the exams and earn the title CCRP


Already a CCRP?

We offer a variety of continuing education and e-learning courses >>

News

Continuing education

New e-learning available

Introduction to Canine Manual Therapy and Kinesiology Taping for Dogs

Read more >>

Webinars/Seminars

Life Seminar 4th March 2018

(8.30 a.m. – 5.00 p.m.) Germany, close to Frankfurt >>


Have a look on the webinars of ANIMAL REHABILITATION CPD

For more information on the the webinars click here >>

To register for WEBCON click here >>

Vetoquinol Mobility Program

Have a look into the e-learning courses of Vetoquinol. Read more >>



Jobs

February 2018

The University of Minnesota Veterinary Medical Center is looking for a
certified or certification eligible Animal Care Technician Specialist

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