Whether you want clinical advice, help in developing your career or the opportunity to learn new clinical skills, the AVA community is the place to find professional support.
The clinical resources provided by AVA special interest groups keep you up to date on practical tools and information that help you do your job better. With a range of educational events around the country, specialist journals and regular email communication, special interest groups provide crucial clinical continuing professional development services to their members.
AVA Vet Ed is a key member benefit. Members are entitled to discounts for attending AVA events, along with special prices for more structured online education courses. Members can also participate in our points program at no charge.
There are several services providing free telephone advice to help you with advice on issues that may come up in your professional life.
- HR Advisory Service – all you need to know about being an employer or employee
- Business Advice Helpline – advice about all things financial
For members in practice, the AVA runs a number of accreditation programs that demonstrate your commitment to excellence in veterinary practice.
Our Occupational Health and Safety Manual has been designed especially for veterinary practices, and is a detailed resource tailored to the requirements of your state or territory legislation.