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Your course will only be visible from the start date unless otherwise notified. If this is your first course you need to go to My online courses first for it to appear.
You can retrieve a forgotten username or reset a forgotten password using the 'Request New Password' function on the Login page.
If you are still having issues after attempting to retrieve your new password please contact the CVE Customer Service Team by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979
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Yes you have one login for all CVE resources.
Please contact us by email email@example.com to arrange this. Or call one of our Customer Service Officers on +61 02 9351 7979.
You can become a CVE member at any time of the year. Your annual CVE Membership expires 12 months from the date of your payment. You will receive notification when your membership is due for renewal. Please keep your contact details up to date.
If you are working on average 20 hours a week, you are eligible for CVE Part-time Membership. As proof you are required to send us a copy of your current payslip or a contract letter from your employer stating that you work on average 20 hours per week, or a statutory declaration. www.ag.gov.au/Publications/Pages/Statutorydeclarations.aspx
Only if you are a Part-time Member. Join the CVE to take advantage of Part Time membership.
Anyone currently studying for a veterinary degree (Undergrad, Postgrad, Masters or PhD) under a faculty or school of veterinary science at any University. You will need to provide proof of this by providing a copy of your current student card.
Anyone that has graduated in the last 3 years is entitled to apply to the CVE as a recent graduate at a special discounted rate. See membership for more details.
Yes only if you are a CVE Recent Graduate Member.
Veterinary professionals employed at any University in a teaching or research role.
You can renew your membership online, simply log in and navigate to your 'My Account' page. You will see a prompt to renew your membership. If you experience issues please contact the CVE Customer Service Team on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979 for further information.
Everyone on our database receives the CVeNews unless you have opted out. You need to be a financial member to be considered a CVE member. Log in to your account to check your status on the My Account page.
Your certificate will be emailed to you within 1 week of the end date of the PodcastPLUS.
Within 2 weeks after the PodcastPLUS finishes, it becomes available in the Video Library under PodcastPLUS Series.
No. All PodcastPLUS courses are pre-recorded meaning that you can access it any time after the courses commences.
No. However you may be able to record an unstructured CPD point for viewing a past PodcastPLUS but we are not able to issue a certificate of completion.
Your PodcastPLUS can be accessed 2 weeks before the course begins however the video will only be uploaded on the day that the PodcastPLUS begins.
The quizzes are open for 2 weeks from the commencement date.
Yes, if you are a member of the CVE, you can access past PodcastPLUS Series through the ‘Video Library’ under the ‘Resources’ Section of the CVE website.
No, you don't need to be a CVE member to register for a PodcastPLUS but please note that CVE members get free access.
1(one) structured point if you achieve 100% on the quiz.
Yes, the TimeOnline courses are delivered online and the course modules can be accessed from anywhere in the world, as long as you have a reliable internet connection.
You must be a qualified veterinarian to enrol in these courses. Veterinary nurses and other allied professionals with relevant qualifications and experience may apply by contacting the CVE directly. Enrolment will be at the tutor's discretion.
No, you don't need to be a CVE member to register in a TimeOnline course however most CVE members are eligible for discounted course registration. See member rates for TimeOnline courses. More information can be found on our membership page.
The course is designed to be completed over the designated 4 week period when the tutor will be monitoring the discussion forum. The course will remain open for an additional 2 weeks so all participants have a chance to complete all modules and the associated quizzes.
On average it takes approximately 10 hours.
Your course will only be visible from the start date unless otherwise notified.
If this is your first course you need to go to My Courses first for it to appear.
No, you don't need to be a CVE member to register in a Distance Education (DE) course but please note that most CVE members are eligible for discounted course registration. See member rates for DE courses. More information can be found on our membership page.
The Distance Education courses are structured CPD courses and do not count towards the completion of a university award course.
Should you complete the course you will receive a certificate of completion showing the number of CPD points awarded.
To be put on an expression of interest list for a specific course, please contact the CVE customers service team email email@example.com or phone +61 02 9351 7979. You will then be contacted if/when a place becomes available.
Most Distance Education programs consist of 10 modules running over 10 months (1 module per month), except for:
- Clinical Neurology consists of 9 modules run over 10 months.
- Internal Medicine: A Problem Solving Approach program consists of 8 modules run over 9 months.
- Clinical Pathology consists of 5 modules run over 5 months.
- The Diagnostic imaging course is divided into 3 sections of 3 modules each (Thorax, Abdomen and Skeletal), which can be taken individually or as parts of a full 10 module course. There is a common introductory unit, which only needs to be done once.
We recommend that you put aside 8-10 hours per week for the duration of the course.
Once confirmed, workshop details will be published on the CVE website and each course webpage.
Workshops are not compulsory though extremely valuable and it is strongly recommended that you attend. In some cases, if you are unable to attend, one of our Customer Service Officers may be able to send you notes from the workshop. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979 for further information.
Deferral of Distance Education courses is not possible except in exceptional circumstances and with prior permission from the CVE. You must complete your course in the year that you start it
Yes, the Distance Educations courses are delivered online and the course modules can be accessed from anywhere in the world, as long as you have a reliable internet connection.
It is not mandatory to be in clinical practice however many Distance Education courses require completion of clinical case studies. Please contact the CVE to check whether you need to be currently in a practice to complete the course you are interested in.
You must be a qualified veterinarian to enrol in most of these courses. We recommend that participants have graduated at least 3-4 years in order to derive the most benefit from a Distance Education course. This will depend on your individual circumstance. Please review the course learning outcomes and/or contact CVE to discuss your situation. Enrolment will be at the tutor's discretion.
An early bird discount applies when a participant registers and pays in full for a course by the specific early bird date. Please check the Distance Education web page for exact cut off dates or contact the CVE Customer Service Team by email email@example.com or phone +61 02 9351 7979.
Yes. The deposit is non-refundable. Please consult our cancellation terms for more details.
Full payment for the Distance Education programs must be received 10 days prior to the course commencement date.
50% of the total course fees must be paid 10 days prior to the commencement date and the balance + a $250 administration fee paid over either a 3 month or 6 month payment plan.
Unless a course fills early, the closing date for registration in a Distance Education course is 10 working days prior to the course starting date.
No, you don't need to be a CVE member to register for a CVE event but please note that CVE members are eligible for discounts. See membership types and applicable discounts for more information - www.cve.edu.au/membership
To be put on a waiting list for a specific event, please contact the CVE customer support team on email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979. You will then be contacted if/when a place becomes available or a new event on the same topic is made available.
CVE event dates and locations vary from event to event. Please refer to the events web page for all details or contact the CVE Customer Service Team on email email@example.com or phone +61 02 9351 7979.
An early bird discount applies when a participant registers and pays in full for a course by the specified early bird date. Please check the specific event web page for exact cut off dates or contact the CVE Customer Service Team by email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979.
Yes, full payment for any CVE event must be made at the time of registration.
You may register for an event up until the day of the event. Please note that when maximum numbers are reached the registrations will close, so it is best to register as early as possible.
If you have a food allergy please notify us at the time of registration. We will do our best to cater for your requirements.
Not all workshops require you to bring your own equipment. For those that do, this is made very clear on the program. We highly recommend you invest in the equipment required, as you will learn the correct use of the best equipment and feel confident and ready to use your new found skills when you return to your practice. Where it is not possible for you to bring your own equipment you will need to borrow equipment.
Split registration attendance is allowed at a full conference with a colleague or partner. Please contact the CVE Customer Service Team by email email@example.com or phone +61 02 9351 7979 with the details of who is attending on which days.
Note: You will only receive 1 copy of the proceedings and only one person can attend per day. You will be able to purchase an additional copy of the proceedings.
Please contact the CVE immediately. Depending on the notice period given the below may apply:
• You may be able to transfer to another event
• You may be able to keep your credit on file to use for another CVE event within 12 months
• A cancellation fee may apply.
Please refer to the CVE Events cancellation terms for full details - www.cve.edu.au/policies
An automated confirmation email with event details is sent to an attendee once the event registration is processed. Details of accommodation and transport to the venue are included in the confirmation email. For further information please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org or phone +61 02 9351 7979
You don't need to be a member, but to purchase a product from the Vetbookshop you must set up a User account on the CVE website. Sign In to the CVE website and proceed to the VetBookshop to make your purchase. CVE members receive up to 25% discount off VetBookshop titles.
Yes all proceedings are available in digital copy.
Shipping will be processed within 3 business days of receipt of the order.
It appears as a download link at the bottom of your My Account page on the CVE website.
To view the eBook you must be a CVE Member and be logged in. Go to the C&T Series page and click on the cover, from here it is best to save the eBook to your computer and view it through adobe reader. If you are viewing a recent issue (from September 2016 onwards) the eBook is viewed online.
We recommend you view recent eBooks in Chrome to ensure all features work correctly. If you are saving the PDF in older versions, we recommend you view the PDF in Adobe Reader. Apple Preview will not allow you to view all the features.