The Continuing Education Program at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine provides lifelong learning opportunities for enrolled veterinary students and practicing veterinarians in both public and private sectors. The main objectives of the program are to provide a diverse and regulate educational activities that maintain, develop or increase the knowledge of veterinary professionals on the most recent advancements of all aspects of veterinary medicine including basic sciences, paraclinical and clinical sciences that will lead to the improvement of the health and wellbeing of both humans and animals.
The program provides educational opportunities through workshops, open days, community outreach activities and seminars.
The program invites faculty members, visiting professors and professionals from public and private sectors to participate in the program.
It also collaborates with organizations such as SPANA, HCAW and CVM to organize events. It also relies on the support given by local veterinary pharmaceutical companies.
1. Veterinary medicine open day.
2. Veterinary medicine tent.
3. Equine medicine workshop- emphasis on colic and lameness diagnosis.
4. Exotic animal workshop- husbandry, disease, and reproduction.
5. Condensed courses for veterinary students given by scholars sponsored by the Christian Veterinary Mission (CVM).