Dates for your diary:

This list will be updated when relevant information becomes available. 

Student members CPD day Tuesday 21 August at Redwings Horse Sanctuary. Oxhill Farm, Banbury Road, Kineton, Banbury, Warwickshire, CV35 0RP (website: http://www.redwings.org.uk/)

This course is aimed at student members, a great opportunity to gather advanced case studies for the portfolio with all horses being sedated. All the horses to treat have a range of pathology and there will be a full member to guide you with your work and help you improve your skills 
Lunch refreshments will be provided and tea and coffee will available throughout the day. The course will start at with tea at 8.30am, briefing at 8.45am and course start at 9am. 
Course fees: £75 if paid before 12 August, £100 thereafter. 
Please contact Tanya to book your place: baedt@hotmail.co.uk Any other info please email Jake: jake.paterson@sky.com


Full members CPD day Monday 8th October at The Racing Stables, Holybrook House, Buckfastleigh, Devon, TQ11 0HW
This course is aimed at full members and those who need to have their three yearly work assessment. A yummy lunch is provided and supplied of drinks throughout the day. For special dietary requirements please ask. 
Course fees: £75 if paid before 25 September, £100 thereafter. 
Please contact Tanya to book your place: baedt@hotmail.co.uk
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ccomodation is available nearby - for accomodation and food queries please text 07870 315197

17-18 August 2018: BEVA Advanced Theory Course
Jurys Inn Hotel, Birmingham. Please visit the BEVA website for more information on how to book for this course: https://www.beva.org.uk/Home/Education/CPD/Event-Details/eventDateId/257


Other news:

Coniston branded clothing available for BAEDT members

Don't forget that the Coniston range of BAEDT branded clothing is now available with the new logo, for members of the BAEDT only. There is an extensive range to choose from, such as polo shirts, gilets, jackets and overalls. Click here to visit the online shop.

Scientific literature:

Thanks to BEVA the EVJ (Equine Veterinary Journal) has published an online compilation of articles entitled "Advances in Equine Dentistry:2009 and 2010" which is freely available for the benefit of equine veterinarians and dental technicians who would like to keep up to date with the latest developments in this field.

The compilation can be found by clicking here: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1001/(ISSN)2042-3306

Please look through it and let us know what you think of these articles.