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

Congratulations

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 CCRP title 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

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Webinars/Seminars

Have a look on the webinars of ANIMAL REHABILITATION CPD

For more information on the "onlinepethealth" webinars and also for visiting the Vet Rehab Directory click here >>

Vetoquinol Mobility Program

Have a look at the Vetoquinol e-learning courses

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SAVE THE DATE

IAVRPT 2020

Where: UK, Cambridge

When: 19-21 August 2020
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CERP - Certified Equine Rehabilitation practitioner

Where: UK, Hampshire

When: 09-13 June 2020
Important: E-Learning can already be started.

Accreditation: The CERP is already accredited as CE/CPP for the members of the IVCA (International Veterinary Chiropractic Association).

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Info: CERP is the equine equivalent to the CCRP program

 

 

News

The VBS GmbH - umbrella of the VAHL - updated the long version of its name:

The new long name is: VBS VetVerlag, Buchhandel und Seminar GmbH

Veterinary Academy of Higher Learning (VAHL)

In 2000, Dr. Beate Egner founded Schloss Seminar and began organizing veterinary education and continuing education programs in Germany.  Schloss Seminar has been recognized internationally and was integrated into the newly established VAHL.

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Center for animal mobility
(January 18th 2019)

The medical small animal hospital of the Ludwig Maximilians University (LMU) in Munich, Germany and Vetoquinol opened a pioneering center for animal mobility, in order to improve the life quality of geriatric and impaired animals.

Read more (Text only available in German language ) >>



Jobs

January 2020

For vacancies please follow the link to our umbrella website vbsgroup.eu.



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