Perhaps you’re aspiring to get into a particular field or you’re already in it. Either way, it’s important to know about associations that can assist you. This may be in the form of learning new skills or facts. Or perhaps it’s in updating your qualification and also networking in the industry. Equine Veterinarians Australia (EVA) is one such organisation. It should be of interest to aspiring veterinarians within Australia!
Equine Veterinarians Australia offers many benefits. As it states on their site:
Equine Veterinarians Australia (EVA) is a special interest group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) and the premier provider of continuing professional development for equine veterinarians in Australia.With an emphasis on providing the support members need to remain at the forefront of equine veterinary medicine, EVA also represents the interests of members to governments and equine industry groups.EVA maintains strong links with both equine organisations and horse owners. An important role for EVA is providing both advice and information to the people who care for horses to ensure that Australian horses enjoy the best possible health and welfare.
It should interest you as you pursue a particular equine career, to find such associations. They can greatly benefit your learning, networking and also provide other opportunities.
Equine Veterinarians Australia
The EVA provides lectures to increase your knowledge. They also offer the opportunity to be listed as a vet online. There is also information regarding the Bain Fallon Memorial lectures. These offer a week of world class equine veterinary continuing education.
For those who may be interested in the Bain Fallon Memorial event in 2017, which is held in July, there are scholarship opportunities. Applications open in February of 2017. The scholarship offers a spectacular chance for those wanting to network in both the veterinarian industry within Australia and with international veterinarians.
“I don’t like people,” said Velvet. “… I only like horses.” ― Enid Bagnold,