Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) – Equine Modules
If you wish to work towards the ‘Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (Equine Practice)’ you must successfully complete the following modules:
|A-FAVP.1||Foundations in Advanced Veterinary Practice|
|3 x C-Modules:||
Any three C- modules from the equine range and/or discipline based modules that can be taken in the context of equine.
|Plus, 1x other B- or C-Module:||Pick from the complete list of modules|
A & B modules provide the foundation for the rest of the CertAVP programme so they should be completed in order before C-modules. A & B modules begin three times per year, in January, May and August, which means that you can choose when you begin your studies without waiting a whole academic year to begin. The C-modules can be completed in any order.
Assessment is via continuous assessment/case-studies throughout each module and you will be supported throughout your modules via a fully-structured e-learning programme.
If you would prefer to work towards a designated certificate in a specific subject area, you must also successfully complete A & B modules, but C-modules must be chosen from a narrower selection. In addition to the modules, candidates working towards a designated CertAVP must also pass a Synoptic Examination.
The University of Liverpool currently offers the following equine designated certificate options:
- Equine Medicine - Internal
- Equine Surgery – Soft Tissue
- Equine Surgery – Orthopaedics
- Equine Practice
- Equine Dentistry
- Equine Stud Medicine
- Equine Lameness Diagnosis and Therapeutics
Other designated certificates include: