The British Small Animal Veterinary Association's (BSAVA) Surgery and Medicine Certificate course has "sold out" in record time for a second year running.
As a result, the BSAVA has arranged to run a second intake of 60 students from January; 30 for the medicine programme and 30 for the surgery programme.
As a result, there will be two identical courses running alongside each other, allowing for double the capacity, without losing its quality of provision and personal support to students.
The BSAVA made records last year when its brand new Surgery and Medicine Certificate sold out within 20 minutes of opening up for registration; however, the course sold out in just five minutes this year.
Dr Frances Barr, BSAVA’s Academic Director, said: "Whilst we had only envisioned taking 30 new students onto each course this year, it quickly became clear that there is such a great appetite for this kind of accredited CPD in the profession right now… So we are effectively going to run each programme twice in one year."
The second programme will take place at two sites; BSAVA HQ in Gloucester and the College of Animal Welfare in Huntingdon. Click here for more information.