Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP) – Module List

‌‌The following CertAVP modules are currently available for study at the University of Liverpool:

Small Animal Modules

A-module:

A-FAVP.1

Foundations in Advanced Veterinary Practice

B-module:

B-SAP.1

Small Animal Practice

C-modules:

C-ECC.2

Emergency Care A

C-ECC.3

Emergency Care B

C-SAM.4

Feline Medicine A

C-SAM.5

Feline Medicine B

C-SAM.6

Feline Medicine C

C-SAM.8

Small Animal Medicine A

C-SAM.9

Small Animal Medicine B

C-SAM.10

Small Animal Medicine C

C-SAS.1

Small Animal Surgery Core

C-SAS.2

Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery A

C-SAS.3

Small Animal Soft Tissue Surgery B

C-SAS.6

Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery A

C-SAS.7

Small Animal Orthopaedic Surgery B

C-VA.1

Small Animal Anaesthesia & Analgesia

C-VA.3

Critical Care and Analgesia

C-VC.1

Cardiology Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology

C-VC.2

Cardiovascular Diagnostics

C-VC.3

Cardiovascular Therapeutics

C-VD.1

Veterinary Dermatology Core

C-VD.2

Small Animal Dermatology A

C-VD.3

Small Animal Dermatology B

C-VDI.1

Imaging in Practice (Small Animal)

C-VDI.2

Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging - Orthopaedics

C-VDI.3

Small Animal Diagnostic Imaging - Soft Tissue

C-EBVM Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine
C-VPC.1 Clinical Audit *We recommend completing C-EBVM first
  • For those candidates wishing to work towards a Veterinary Anaesthesia designated certificate, modules in ‘Equine Anaesthesia and Analgesia’ are also available.

Further information:


Equine Modules

A-module:

A-FAVP.1

Foundations in Advanced Veterinary Practice

B-module:

B-EP.3

Equine Practice

C-modules:

C-E.1

Equine Gastrointestinal Diseases and Intensive Care 

C-E.2

Equine Cardiovascular and Respiratory Disease

C-E.3

Equine General Medicine

C-E.4

Equine Neuromuscular, Behaviour & Special Senses

C-E.5

Basic Equine Surgery

C-E.6

Equine Lameness A

C-E.7

Equine Lameness B

C-E.9

Mare Reproduction and Breeding Management

C-E.10

Stallion Reproduction and Breeding Management

C-E.11

Care and Management of the Foal and Yearling

C-E.12

Equine Dental Anatomy and Physiology

C-E.13

Equine Dental Care, Diagnosis and Treatment

C-E.14

Equine Dental Surgery

C-E.15

Basic Equine Practice Part 1

C-E.16

Basic Equine Practice Part 2

C-E.17

Basic Equine Practice Part 3

C-VA.2

Equine Anaesthesia and Analgesia

C-VA.3

Critical Care and Analgesia

C-VD.4

Equine Dermatology

C-VDI.1

Imaging in Practice (Large Animal)

C-VDI.4

Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging (A)

C-VDI.5

Large Animal Diagnostic Imaging (B)

C-EBVM Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine
C-VPC.1 Clinical Audit*We recommend completing C-EBVM first
  • For those candidates wishing to work towards a Veterinary Anaesthesia designated certificate, modules in ‘Small Animal Anaesthesia’ and Critical Care and Analgesia’ are also available.
  • For those candidates wishing to work towards a Veterinary Dermatology designated certificate, small animal dermatology modules are also available.

Further information:


Production Animal Modules

A-module:

A-FAVP.1

Foundations in Advanced Veterinary Practice

B-module:

B-PAP.2

Production Animal Practice

C-modules:

C-C.4

Cattle - Bovine Nutrition, Husbandry and Lactogenesis

C-C.5

Cattle - Bovine Reproduction

C-C.6

Cattle - Bovine Mastitis and Lameness

C-C.7

Cattle - Youngstock Rearing and Infectious Diseases

C-CAM.1

Advanced General Camelid Practice

C-CAM.2

Advanced Clinical Camelid Practice A

C-CAM.3

Advanced Clinical Camelid Practice B

C-S.1

Diseases of Adult Sheep

C-S.2

Reproduction, Pregnancy and Parturition

C-S.3

Diseases of Lambs and Parasitic Diseases

C-EBVM Evidence Based Veterinary Medicine
C-VPC.1 Clinical Audit *We recommend completing C-EBVM first

Further information:


Veterinary Business Management (VBM)

1x Introductory Module:

 Introduction to Veterinary Business Studies
   

4x Core Modules:

 

C-VBM.1

Marketing

C-VBM.2

Finance and Accounting

C-VBM.3

Human Resources

C-VBM.4

Business Strategy & Entrepreneurship

 

 
 1 x Final Module

Work Based Learning

  • The compulsory introductory module must be completed prior to the 4 Core modules.
  • VBM Core modules have also been approved by the RCVS as C-modules, which can be counted towards the Certificate in Advanced Veterinary Practice (CertAVP).

Further information: