Looking to realise your own potential through self-development?

The personal fulfilment of every member of the veterinary care team matters if we want to thrive and flourish in practice – that means you too! SPVS Congress is the perfect opportunity to take time out of practice to reflect – on where you are and where you want to be.

What can SPVS Congress 2024 offer you?

3 full days of the latest non-clinical advice techniques and practical take homes

Delivered by leading speakers from within the veterinary world and beyond – including a stream dedicated to Self Development

Refreshments and 2-course hot lunches included in the price of your ticket
All sessions recorded to revisit at your leisure providing over 30 hours of CPD for you to really focus on learning and improving your skills
Plenty of time within the programme for wellbeing and socialising

Meet with other veterinary professionals in the same position – including our onsite Friday Morning Yoga session, our Music bingo and buffet on Thursday evening and President’s Party on Friday evening

A focussed exhibition on the Thursday and Friday with a wide variety of suppliers offering invaluable advice and support to allow you to work smarter for a better you


Don’t miss!


Personal and Professional Development

Explaining the concept behind the T- shaped skillset, and how planning your CPD to develop this will bring benefits, both personally and professionally.
(Charlotte French)

Learning in the flow of work

Demonstrating how engaging with workplace learning  through every day interactions, problem-solving, mentorship, innovations and continuous change can develop your career.
(Jennier Ayers)

Time management for the time poor

Helping you identify what you are currently doing that is working well, as well as identify those behaviours that hold you back – it’s not just about getting more done, it’s about feeling effective and efficient.
(Carolyn Crowe)


Wellbeing means business

Sharing with you the 6 priority areas to get you started on your practice’s wellbeing journey through practical examples and resources.
(Tracey Morley Jewkes)

Becoming an inspirational leader

Sharing the 5 key ingredients for inspirational leadership, allowing you to grow in your journey as a veterinary leader.
(Rachel Paul, Simple Veterinary Coaching)

To continually improve or not continually improve

Demonstrating the importance of including continuous improvement as part of your working process, and how it can free up your time and headspace and benefit both you and your team.
(Howard Goatley)