The Webinar Vet and Bought By Many pet insurance have announced a partnership to offer all veterinary nurses and students 11 hours of free CPD. 

The partnership between the Webinar Vet and Bought By Many will offer vet nurses the opportunity to access online, curated training programs for free. This should help those whose training programmes have been interrupted by the coronavirus pandemic and subsequent lockdown, plus those who find CPD training a financial burden. 

Anthony Chadwick, founder of The Webinar Vet said: “I am delighted to be partnering with Bought by Many in providing 10,000 CPD packages for nurses and student nurses. Since starting The Webinar Vet in 2010, it's been my objective to provide high quality training to vets and nurses to make them more confident in their place of work. It's amazing to see Bought by Many step up at this challenging time to provide such a generous gift to my nursing colleagues. I am very grateful on their behalf.”
 
Steven Mendel, CEO and Co-founder of Bought By Many, said: “Our mission is to improve pet insurance and to help owners access high-quality treatment for their pets. An important part of that includes working closely with the veterinary community to ensure they feel supported to provide the best care available for the nation’s pets. We are proud to support vet nurses with their professional development because we recognise the vital work they do as part of the veterinary care ecosystem to keep our pets healthy and happy.“

Sarah James, Qualified Veterinary Nurse and Bought By Many’s Vet Relationship & Technical Claims Manager, said: “As a former vet nurse, I know the huge importance of CPD. But I also know how difficult it is to find time to study. This online course solves that problem, and at zero cost to nurses, the traditional barriers to professional development are completely removed."

To register for the CPD, visit: https://www.thewebinarvet.com/pages/bought-by-many-vet-nurse-free-cpd


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