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The NZVA is committed to providing and being a facilitator for all high-quality continuing professional development (CPD) for veterinarians in New Zealand.
Scroll through the calendar to see what CPD activities are on offer. If you wish to add a CPD listing or are after our terms and conditions, please scroll below the calendar.
CPD listings with the NZVA accreditation badge have been reviewed by the NZVA CPD team and are deemed as providing high-quality continuing professional development for veterinary professionals across a range of competencies and veterinary fields.
|Available all year - professional skills and wellbeing topics
|Professional skills for veterinary teams
|Mentoring for success
|Wellbeing and resilience for the veterinary profession
|Leadership Intelligence Development and Support programme
|ProSkills Online Short Courses
|BSB50420 Diploma of Leadership and Management
|The 10 behaviours of successful people
|VetThrive 6 shield program
|Available all year - technical knowledge and skills
|The Webinar Vet: Learn anytime, anywhere
|Master of Veterinary Medicine
|Gribbles webinar series
|Technical emergency large animal rescue
Online course - registration still available
|Creative collaborative care through nutrition conversations
|A veterinary approach to sustainable food and farming
|Waikato Regional Network Meeting
|Get your teeth into best practice dentistry
|CANCELLED - In-Practice 2022 graduate event
|Climate change - Prof. James Renwick
|Advanced imaging and end of year get together
Nelson and Marlborough Regional Network Meeting
|Healthy Pets NZ dog seminar
|Organic dairy farming
|Climate change - Prof. Dave Hayman
|Large Animal Veterinary Technicians' Conference
|Climate change - Dr Jane Ough
|Bovine ultrasound - pregnancy detection and fetal aging
|Get your teeth into best practice dentistry
|The Veterinary Kaleidoscope Summit - exploring diversity and inclusion in veterinary science
In person event (Australia)
|2023 NZVA Centenary and NZVNA Conference
CPD listing and accreditation
External providers can apply to have their CPD activities listed on the NZVA CPD calendar and/or to have their CPD accredited by NZVA. To apply for a calendar listing for an external company complete this CPD listing form.
Regional network meetings for NZVA members can be listed on the event calendar by completing this CPD listing form.
To apply for accreditation, go to our CPD accreditation page. CPD activities which are NZVA accredited have the NZVA accreditation stamp on the calendar listing and registration page.
NZVA terms and conditions
Once registration for a CPD activity has been made, an invoice or GST receipt will be emailed along with confirmation. The invoice must be paid within the payment terms stated on the invoice or within seven (7) days of the event (whichever comes first).
Delegates may nominate an alternative person from their same organisation to attend up to 48 hours before the event, at no extra charge. Should substitution not be possible, cancellation charges will apply. All substitutions must be received in writing.
If you are a registered for an activity, but do not participate and fail to notify the NZVA prior, no refund will apply.
Cancellations must be in writing. Cancellations received before 21 days before the activity starts will incur a NZ$50 administration fee. Cancellations received within 21 days of the activity start date will incur a 50% fee. Refunds are not available for cancellations received within seven days of the activity start date.
- The NZVA reserves the right to make alterations to a programme, the venue and/or timings.
- In the situation where an activity is cancelled by NZVA, a full refund will be made. Liability will be limited to the amount of the fee paid by the delegate.
- In the situation where an activity is postponed or the dates being changed, the organiser shall not be liable for any expenditure (e.g. travel and accommodation), damage or loss incurred by the delegate. The delegate will not be penalised for cancelling should the new dates not be suitable.
- If any re-arrangement or postponement the event can take place, the registration between the delegate and the the NZVA shall remain in force and will be subject to the NZVA cancellation schedule.
It is the responsibility of the delegate to arrange appropriate insurance cover in connection with their attendance at NZVA events. The NZVA cannot be held liable for any loss, liability or damage to personal property.