Train the Trainer goes from strength to strength
ACTAsia is very proud of the commitment shown from veterinarian trainers in China. Fifteen certified Vets for Compassion (VFC) trainers undertook their own continuing professional development (CPD) training in Hangzhou; and on the back of this, initiated their own ‘train the trainer’ workshop. The three day training working, in Nanning, was attended by 59 veterinarians […]
More Chinese vets trained in welfare-friendly techniques
ACTAsia has just successfully concluded its third annual veterinary training programme in China, with partners Vets for Compassion (VFC), from October 17th – 27th, 2011. The trip covered three cities: Beijing and Shenzhen where we have previously run programmes, and Dalian, where the government and animal protection groups have shown great interest in developing humane companion […]
Second successful vet training programme ‘Cure with Care’.
From 26th July – 7th August 2010, 25 veterinarians participated in surgical workshops in Shenzhen and Beijing to promote humane stray animal population management and rabies control programmes. The focus was on learning modern spay/neuter techniques, the application of good animal welfare principles in vet clinics, and the essential role that vets play in preventing […]
Unique joint force to resolve stray animal problems in China
Veterinary workshops on the latest neutering techniques are being held in Shenzhen and Beijing from April 27th to May 7th, 2009. The workshops will also discuss the essential role of vets in promoting animal welfare and ways to improve welfare and neutering techniques through practical demonstration and operations in a clinical setting. This is the […]