The RCVS’ ViVet network is hoping to help foster more innovation in the veterinary profession via two expert-led workshops.
Both workshops will be held at the study centre at the Møller Centre in Cambridge, and have been structured to provide an innovation and creativity training programme covering a spectrum of methodologies for vets and VNs.
Vets Guen Bradbury and Greg Dickens, who both work for Innnovia Technology and are experts in supporting innovation, will delivering the following courses:
Course one: “Identifying opportunities and generating ideas” – 16 January.
Course two: “Development and commercialisation” – 20 February.
Delegates can choose to attend one or both courses depending on their experience and stage in the innovation process.
“These could be ideas for starting a new business, a product, content, or even just inventive ways of talking about or marketing an existing product or service.”
Each full-day course costs £100, including course materials, certificate, lunch, and all refreshments.
To book, visit the ViVet Innovation Workshop Series Eventbrite website (book both courses for a 10% discount).
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