Wildlife Rehabilitators of North Carolina invites wildlife rehabilitators, veterinarians, vet techs and associated wildlife professionals to attend its 20th symposium IN PERSON at the NC College of Veterinary Medicine on January 22-23, 2022.
The program includes tracks for beginner, intermediate, and advanced rehabilitators. Rabies Vector Species training is also available. The program is approved for CE for renewal of the Certified Wildlife Rehabilitator certificate. The program also offers up to 10 hours of CE credits for veterinarians, and 12 hours for vet techs as approved by the NCVMB. A tentative schedule for the symposium is available here.
For more information, including registration and hotel information, visit https://ncwildliferehab.org/20th-symposium/.
Please note, masks are required in all indoor spaces at the CVM, unless actively eating or drinking. Outdoor seating for lunch is available outside the cafeteria and the two commons areas. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of arrival is required. Vaccination records and test results can be uploaded via a link in your registration confirmation email. COVID-19 guidelines are subject to change.