The BVRA annual congress 2020
Join us at BVRA Congress 2020, the only congress that is specifically for the veterinary receptionist community.
We have put together an exciting programme of speakers tailored to provide useful insight and professional development for veterinary receptionists.
This is a valuable opportunity to meet and network with other members of our vet receptionist community and there will be an evening social event and dinner on the Saturday for you to enjoy.
For full details and how to register click here:
New From BVRA -Competent Veterinary Dispenser Award
Whilst veterinary surgeons are responsible for ensuring that veterinary medicines are handled and dispensed according to the Veterinary Medicines Regulations, many vets delegate the processes of acquiring, storing and dispensing medicines to non-veterinary colleagues. In order for this to take place legally, as regulated by the Veterinary medicines directorate and the Royal College of Veterinary surgeons within their Practice Standards Scheme, anyone who handles a veterinary medicine must be deemed “competent” to do so. The Competent Veterinary Dispenser Award is a simple means to ensure that non-veterinary colleagues are compliant with these regulations
- The Competent Veterinary Dispenser Award (CVD) is delivered via two online webinars which takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.
- Delegates will be expected to answer five multiple choice questions correctly at the end of each webinar to acquire their award
BVRA Bootcamps are coming to a place near you soon!
BVRA Roadshows 2020: The Confidence Chromosome will help vets build and maintain their personal resilience and confidence needed to cope with the challenges of veterinary practice.
The Confidence Chromosome was originally delivered as part of Brian Faulkner’s Vet Whisperer programme to help vets builds and maintain their personal resilience and confidence needed to cope with the challenges of veterinary practice.
However, due to popular demand, Brian has created a Confidence Chromosome programme for non-vet roles including Veterinary Receptionists and Practice Managers.
This course is relevant to anyone who either experiences self-doubt themselves, or works, manages (or is even a parent!) to someone who does.
This course describes the psychology behind certain personality traits such as imposter-syndrome, inferiority-complex as well as arrogance and narcissism and how these all track back to all human beings’ biggest fear: The fear of rejection and ridicule by others.
The course will look at the impact of language and communication on how we see ourselves and others, as well as what we believe we are (in)capable of doing.
Arrival & Coffee
Defining Confidence and understanding Self-doubt
There’s bravado and then there’s genuine ’24-carat’ confidence! In order to acquire it we need to be able to recognise and understand what confidence really is – and isn’t! In order to build genuine confidence, we must always begin by looking at and dealing with the reasons why we don’t feel confident in the first place. Otherwise we are always just ‘papering over the cracks’. This session will look at 6 drivers of self-doubt including doubt itself, deadlines, difficultly, disappointment, disagreement and disapproval.
Strategies for dealing with self-doubt: The good, the bad and the ugly!
This session looks at the strategies that different people (all of us to some extent!) use to cover up our feelings of self-doubt such as perfectionism as well as arrogance and narcissism and how these can become counterproductive in the longer term.
The Confidence Chromosome model – part 1
This section looks at the role of beliefs in both undermining and developing self-confidence using Brian’s Confidence Chromosome model. We will look at how we acquire these beliefs and what we can do to change them should we so desire.
The Confidence Chromosome model – part 2