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ACV Student Members
ACV Student Members
The Australian Cattle Veterinarians (ACV), a special interest group of the Australian Veterinary Association (AVA) Ltd, know the importance of supporting and encouraging the up and coming Australian Cattle Veterinarians of the future!
Are you an ACV Student Member?
The benefits of joining the ACV are invaluable, but let us details some of the benefots below for you:
- Connect with a network of potential employees.
- Access to the popular and exclusive ACV member discussion list. This list is very popular with the ACV members and is active daily to discuss a range of issues facing the cattle community. Members are more than happy to assist with each other's questions, with topics ranging from clinical cases, disease control, and many other topics covering all apsects of being an Australian Cattle Veterinarian.
- Student member concession rates at ACV Conference, workshops and functions.
- Final-Year Student Awards
- ACV Student Awards "Buiatrician in training", in conjunction with Norbrook ACV offer a fantastic student prize for 4 students. Win an all-inclusive conference registration to the next annual ACV conference.
- George Osborne Memorial Lectures, a young speaker's forum at ACV conferences. Opportunity to speak at the next conference, with all-inclusive conference registration.
- Free hard copy of the ACV publication Veterinary Bull Breeding Soundness Evaluation 2013 edition.
- Free personalised download of Pregnancy Diagnosis in Cattle 2014 edition.
- ACV's official journal: The Australian Cattle Veterinarian posted to you quarterly, and also available to download on the ACV member website.
- Reduced ACV member prices on all publications and merchandise
- Free pregnancy testing log book on request. Start logging your preg tests while still a student in view to becoming ACV PREgCHECK™ accredited.
- Access to all ACV member resources, available to download on the ACV member website.
- ACV Conference Proceedings, available for members on the AVA website via the VetEd library.
- ACV Members badge, ACV window sticker, and the ACV tote bag with your new member welcome kit.
To join the Australian Cattle Veterinarians visit www.ava.com.au/membership , or call the friendly AVA membership team on 1300137309, or via email firstname.lastname@example.org to join ACV to your current AVA student membership. Must be an AVA Student member to join.
ACV Student Member Benefit Flyer
Need material for an upcoming student day?
Contact the ACV office and we can send you printed ACV Student Member Benefit flyers for your event.
ACV Student Group Funding
In recent years, the ACV Executive has budgeted for $1,500.00 (inc GST if applicable) per university per year for an event or function to promote involvement in cattle and rural practice and membership to the Cattle Special Interest Group of the Australian Veterinary Association.
Over past years, university Bovine Appreciation Groups (BAGs) or other student groups have accessed this funding to run rural practice days often coupled with a social event where students interact with cattle practitioners.
To access the funding, student groups must comply with the following requirements:
- apply in writing well in advance of the proposed event
- provide a budget and program of their planned activity
- ensure that the program/event has a focus on bovine related activities
- provide an opportunity and some funding for attendance by ACV members
- promote membership to the AVA and ACV
- provide a GST compliant Tax Invoice and a student group bank account into which the funds can be paid
- provide a written report for the ACV journal including photographs with captions of the event and necessary publication releases if applicable
To apply please email the ACV office email@example.com
Click here to download the ACV Student Group Funding details