CE Opportunities

If you have an event that you would like to share, please send a synopsis along with a link or contact information to the Executive Director (bcvtaboard@gmail.com) and we can post your event at no charge.
On April 17th and 18th the BCVTA Spring Conference and AGM will be a virtual event offering over 15 hours of CE!!

AVP proudly sponors Dr. Andy Roark to open each day with a keynote address

Vet Alliance will bring us Senani Ratnayake Bsc, RVT all day discussing improving workplace culture

Melissa Tompkins BS, CVPM, PHRca, CCFP  – Are you creating your own Drama and the Euthanasia Appointment 

Andrea Steele MSc, RVT, VTS(ECC)- Pain Management, CRI and complications of intravenous infusions and medications 

Benita Altier LVT, VTS(Dentistry)- Regional Blocks and Time’s a wasting (efficiency in dentals) 

Ann Wortinger BIS, LVT, VTS (ECC) (SAIM) (Nutrition), FFCP- Is a VTS in your future, nutritional mgmnt of V/D 

Megan Brashear BS, RVT, VTS (ECC)- Blood Pressure and the art of nursing 

Jamie Brassard RVT, CVPP, VTS Anesthesia & Analgesia – Cannabis: Discussions and Legislation

Check out all the details on the conference websitehttps://pheedloop.com/BCVTA2021/site/home/
Jurox is excited to present an update on the safety, versatility, and reliability of alfaxalone as an intravenous anesthetic agent for cats and dogs. This update contains information on the new Alfaxan Multidose and its clinical application.  This program is RACE approved for 1 hour of CEhttps://www.thinkanesthesia.education/on-demand-webinar/2020/06/alfaxalone-an-update-in-the-advancement-of-injectable-anesthesia

Pacific Veterinary Sales has created a series of RACE approved CE sessions in a bite-sized format, finish a section on a coffee break, pick it up at lunch and spend 10 minutes learning something new. PVS is providing this quality education to Canada’s veterinary teams, at no charge.





This webinar is designed to provide veterinary professionals with a better understanding of the causes, presentations, and treatment options in regard to managing acute to chronic GI upset in dogs and cats. Learn why feeding through GI upset is now recommended over the traditional recommendation of fasting, and the move away from antibiotics as treatment for GI upset. Dr. Ian Sandler introduces the products in Grey Wolf’s +GI portfolio and outlines how they are used in each stage of GI upset, and how they can be packaged together as a GI Emergency Kit to reduce unnecessary visits to the clinic and keep everyone safe. Dr. Sandler explains how the +GI products are effective in maximizing clinical outcomes and getting patients back on their paws, sooner.

Quiz: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/8M22M27



This webinar is designed to give veterinary professionals a better understanding of wound management in veterinary medicine. Starting with the foundations of wound care, the webinar explores the anatomy of the skin, the physiology of wound healing, the different types of wounds, and the stages of wound healing. Dr. Sandler goes into further detail discussing debridement, managing exudate, dead space and infection, and the importance of providing a moist wound healing environment to maximize clinical outcomes. (1 hour)

Quiz: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/6FPKC9L



This webinar is designed to provide veterinary professionals with a comprehensive understanding of the principles of wound healing in veterinary medicine. Dr. Sandler discusses each stage of wound healing from the initial assessment to debridement, management of exudate and dead space, and protection of the wound site. Learn about the Grey Wolf Animal Health advanced veterinary wound-healing portfolio, and which wound dressings are best used during each stage of wound healing. Participants will gain a better understanding of how moist wound healing offers better, faster, and easier wound management. (1 hour)

Quiz: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/J3M7ZJ6


BCVTA Webinars



Learn how to clean, decontaminate and sterilize medical devices according to standards.

 Online Learning
scil animal care offers CE in Dental Radiology and Positioning, Orthopedics and Ultrasound for various skill levels.Please check out our updated CE schedule here: http://www.scilvet.ca/scil-vet-academy/seminar-schedule/

Register online or call 1-866-382-6937 x 206 for more information.


Royal Canin Canada is very active in providing Continuing Education opportunities to the veterinary community in Canada.

Most recently we launched two e-learning modules:

  1. 3 separate but integrated modules on renal disease (a) diagnosis including IRIS staging (b) principles of nutritional management ( c) case studies to explore prescription of the correct diet to the pet in various stages of kidney decline
  2. Feline Environmental Needs module .

Each of these four modules takes approximately 1 hour to complete.

If you have already enrolled with Royal Canin to participate in the online learning you should have access to these new modules. If you would like to enroll contact your Royal Canin Technical Sales Representative


Thornell is offering a free CE on line course on odor management, not only will the participant get the CE credits but also a no charge odor management kit! http://www.thornell.com/ce/

Registered Veterinary Technologists and Technicians of Canada co-ordinate access to extensive CE online opportunities. To more information, visit : http://www.rvttcanada.ca/education_online.php

On the Floor – https://www.atdove.org/about

Vet Med Team http://www.vetmedteam.com/home.aspx

Veterinary Support Personnel Network    http://www.vspn.org/

University of Guelph On-line CourseVet Technologist On-line CE Courses

McCarthy & Sons Servicewww.smiths-medical-education.com

This is not an online option, but you can arrange to have CE at your office through this website https://www.petsplusus.com/pet-health/social-side-of-practice