It's time to become a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner!
Do you want to take the next step in your specialization? And get your training from the worlds’ leading specialists?
Get started any time with your e-learning part and join us in Milano for the presence days to focus on labs and interactive case work ups.
The University of Tennessee Canine Rehabilitation Certificate Program (CCRP) is the only RACE approved and university based credential program for canine rehabilitation education.
The high standards for admission and the curriculum assure graduates that the CCRP credential is recognized as the premiere program in canine rehabilitation.
It is taught by world wide accredited speakers and includes active university instructors, expert clinicians and researchers. The curriculum draws from ongoing research, evidence based case studies, clinical experience, and availability of leading modalities in the fields of veterinary medicine.
The course consists of e-learning and presence days followed by an externship, case reports and finally the exams.
The e-learning part covers all lectures of Part I, II , III and V. It needs to be finished before the presence days, as it provides you the necessary background needed for the labs and interactive case discussions.
As we all spend a very intensive time together, there is a lot of opportunity to further discuss open questions beyond the course hours. This makes this education so effective. We work in small groups during the labs and also when working up cases. Thus this course combines theoretical knowledge, evidence based with a high impact of recent research and interactive on animal labs. A lot of emphasis is put on teamwork also when discussing rehab cases, experiences in different countries and with different material/units.
11-12-13 September 2021
Spazio Eventi Unisvet, Milano - Italy
After successful completion of all the online, e-learning and practical courses and after successfully passing the examination, participations will receive the title “Certified Canine Rehabilitation Practitioner”.