The Veterinary Council of Nigeria, VCN, has announced the commencement of registration for her continuing education for the year 2020. This announcement was made via her twitter handle which was contained in a social media graphic flier, on Tuesday 17th, November 2020.
The content of the flier was detailed to reveal that the registration is meant for the Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Paraprofessionals and would close on Friday, November 20th, 2020 by 5p.m for early registration which would attract Seminar fees of 3,000naira and 1,000naira respectively for both categories of professionals under the VCN.
However, the late registration would close on Tuesday, 24th November, 2020 by 9a.m and would attract seminar fees of 5,000naira and 2,000naira respectively for both categories of professionals under the VCN.
This year’s continuing education’s theme is “Reinvigorating the Veterinary Profession in Nigeria: (finding new paths for Veterinarians and Paraveterinarians) and has been scheduled to hold between 24th and 25th November, 2020 as a live virtual event which will be via ZOOM between the hours of 10am and 2pm daily.
The event will be graced with plenary sessions to be handled by prominent and renowned Veterinarians in the country which are Dr. Andrew Kwasari, Senior Special Assistant to the President on Agriculture, Office of the Vice President of Nigeria and Professor Oyewale Tomori, Professor of Virology, educational administrator, and former Vice Chancellor of Redeemers University.
Following this would be the parallel sessions where most carefully selected topics would be discussed by different professionals in various aspects of the Veterinary profession in Nigeria and beyond.
The registration procedure is carefully contained in the flier below and the technical team hotlines to contact after successful payment of seminar fees.
All Veterinary Surgeons and Veterinary Paraprofessionals are hereby enjoined to register for the event and actively participate.
Kindly follow Veterinary Council of Nigeria on twitter @VetCouncilNig for more updates.