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World Veterinary Association Launches World’s Largest Veterinary Learning Platform

London, United Kingdom – The World Veterinary Association (WVA) has launched the world’s largest veterinary continuing education platform for veterinarians in collaboration with the World Continuing Education Alliance (WCEA).

The launch comes following two years of research and development by the WVA in pursuit of its aim to promote international best practice and ensure veterinary professionals from around the world can learn about the most recent advances in veterinary medicine.

The online learning platform features hundreds of courses from some of the world’s most prestigious veterinary institutions including accredited courses from Purdue University, Royal Veterinary College of London and the Veterinary Nurses Council of Australia.

Speaking on the development of the new continuing education platform, René Carlson, President of the WVA said: “This has been a major undertaking by the WVA and marks a significant advance for veterinary medicine. This platform will go a long way in helping veterinarians improve their skills and advance the veterinary profession globally.”

Veterinary professionals can access courses on their mobile phones, tablets or computer and keep track of their progress through the in-built education tracker which enables professionals to monitor what courses they have taken and review their accredited certifications.

The WVA represents around 500.000 veterinarians around the world through its member associations and is a broad global veterinary community that offers advocacy, support, and education with a variety of partners for focused global veterinary issues.

The continuing education platform is currently free to join, you can find out more information at the WVA’s website: http://www.vetce.education/

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