A General Practitioner Certificate (GPCert) is a middle-tier qualification granted by the International School of Veterinary Postgraduate Studies (ISVPS). This certificate is achievable through annual modular training programs, in which candidates participate in structured sessions taught by experienced professionals. Certificates are designed to meet the needs of busy veterinary professionals wanting to earn a post-graduate qualification without sacrificing excessive time from their work routine. This certificate is recognized in several countries. By obtaining a GPCert, candidates will have an official qualification that they have demonstrated specific skills and the confidence to use those skills in their practice.
Postgraduate Programs: Focused, modular courses that combine theoretical and practical classes in order to provide you with the best learning experience. The duration of annual courses ranges between one and two years and requires no more than two to four days of classes every six to eight weeks.
Why postgraduate training?
Engage in the opportunity to network and build professional relationships
Expand clinic productivity
Access the possibility of obtaining an ISVPS certificate
Enhance or update your clinical skills
Increase diagnosis accuracy and treatment options
Improve patient care
Make your clinic more profitable