Continuing Education

CHIROPRACTORS: NEED CE CREDITS BY JUNE 30TH? Asynchronous (online) packages are on coming! Contact us below if interested.  
 
 
 
All Continuing Education opportunities are available to applicants who have completed any animal chiropractic/veterinary spinal manipulative therapy program sanctioned by the American Veterinary Chiropractic Association (AVCA), College of Animal Chiropractors (CoAC) and the International Veterinary Chiropractic Association (IVCA). 
 
 
1. 10-hour Virtual Anatomy Package. Available as of June 13, 2022. Includes Canine & Equine anatomy lectures, dissection and boney videos to be viewed on your own time. Contact admin@vclceducation.ca to register.  ($595.00 + HST)
 
 
2.  1-day in-person 7-hour CE + 3-hours virtual content preceding in-class time.   Canine Soft Tissue Techniques.  August 6, 2022. Ancaster, Ontario.  Contact admin@vclceducation.ca to register.  ($995.00 + HST)
 
 
3. Auditing can be on a "per module" basis.    
  
    Option A:  Includes both the online and in-class portions of the curriculum at a rate of $1295.00 CAD + HST.
   
    Option B:  Includes the module's Saturday and Sunday in-class portions (hands-on labs) at $995 CAD + HST per module.
 
 
4. Auditing of the entire 5 Module program. This option includes the online and in-class portions of the curriculum. This price (without certification exams) for auditing all modules, including online and in-class material, is $6275.00 CAD + 13% HST. The application must include a non-refundable deposit of $1500.00 + HST. The balance ($4775.00 + HST) is due on or before the onset of any online or in-person classes. Those that audit the program will not receive certification from the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre. Applicants must pay full tuition to receive a certificate of completion after completing all the requirements. 
 
 
 
 

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About Veterinary Chiropractic

In concert with appropriate veterinary care, many specific musculo-skeletal conditions are well addressed by animal chiropractic. In addition, numerous animal care-takers understand the value of chiropractic in the over-all health and wellness of their dogs, cats, horses and other animals. Benefits of animal chiropractic include, enhanced performance, function and quality of life.

About The VCLC

The staff of the Veterinary Chiropractic Learning Centre has over 170 years of combined experience in both Veterinary Medicine and Chiropractic. Our students gain the benefit of this diverse expertise. We welcome Doctors of Veterinary Medicine and Chiropractic to our website and ultimately to our programs.