The Exam

All core courses and the externship (see >>) must be completed, and case studies accepted prior to sitting for the exam. The document below also contents a case study. Please prepare your cases following that example.

General information

Detailed Exams Information15.pdf
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The exam consist of the following parts:

Oral Presentation

One case must be presented orally. The presentation must be done by PowerPoint (or comparable software) and should include the key points of the case. The maximum presentation time should not exceed 15 min plus 5 min for disucussion.

Written Exam

The multiple choice the consist of 150 questions. 

Here is an example from the multiple choice part of the exam.

MC Question.pdf
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Dates and Locations

Dates and Locations of the exams can be found here >>


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Continuing education


VAHL Webinars during COVID

from October 2020 on: 1x/week, click here

Have a look on the webinars of ANIMAL REHABILITATION CPD

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Vetoquinol Mobility Program

Have a look at the Vetoquinol e-learning courses



CERP - Certified Equine Rehabilitation practitioner

Where: UK, Hampshire

When: 04.-07.10.2021

Important: E-Learning can already be started.

Accreditation: The CERP is going to be 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




VAHL Webinars >>

The VBS-Webshop is online!

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

The new long name is: VBS VetVerlag, Beratung 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.


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.

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September 2021

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