WVS ITC surgery-course schedule for 2015

Note: Yellow marked boxes are for international participants.

2015 course dates
5th Jan to 16th Jan
26th Jan to 6th Feb
9th Feb to 20th Feb
22nd Feb to 6th Mar
9th Mar to 20th Mar
23rd Mar to 3rd Apr
6th-10th Apr – Orthopedic I
11th – 15th Apr – Orthopedic II
13th Apr to 24th Apr
17th – 21st Apr – Anesthesia
27th Apr to 8th May
11th May to 22nd May
25th May to 5th June
8th June to 19th June
22nd June to 3rd July
6th July – 17th July
27th July to 7th Aug
11th Aug to 22nd Aug
24th Aug to 4th Sept
5th Oct to 16th Oct
19th Oct to 30th Oct
2nd Nov to 13th Nov
16th Nov to 27th Nov
30th Nov to 11th Dec

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What are the WVS ITC courses and who can apply?

The objective of WVS India International Training Center (WVS ITC) is to provide veterinary skills development, inspiration and advice for veterinarians and veterinary assistants especially in the field of humane dog population control and rabies control.

The ITC surgery courses provide the participants with skills and confidence in good quality surgery and related clinical skills and increased understanding in veterinarian’s role in public health matters like rabies control and responsible use of antibiotics. It also challenges veterinarians to think how they can be actively promoting animal welfare in their daily work.

The courses are meant for veterinarians and last year veterinary students, who are actively working in the clinical field and who are likely to be able to spay/neuter dogs after the course.

Couple of times a year, we have also been able to provide ‘ITC-specials’. These are shorter courses run by certified international veterinary specialists of different fields.

We provide vocational training in the veterinary assistant and animal handler work parallel to the ABC surgery courses for non-veterinary people interested in working in ABC projects. We also welcome ABC project managers to attend the course to learn and see in practice the important elements of good ABC-surgery project.

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