Being in lockdown does not mean locked out of your Veterinary Practice.
As lockdown eases it has been announced that if the R number increases in specific areas of the country, these areas will be placed back into lockdown. It is now really important to re-establish your Veterinary Practice business and future proof your services.
Michael Coe has written a new CPD course booklet ‘Increase your Veterinary Practice profits even in a recession’. This course booklet has 15 hidden ways to increase your income and profitability even in a downturn.
It is multi-dimensional CPD and can include the whole team. COVID-19 friendly training also includes social distancing measures to keep your business growing.
Due to UK.GOV guidelines around COVID-19 this training is provided in a quality paper based booklet.
- You will learn:
- Changes towards your money mindset and that of your clients
- Your people asset
- Clients spending power
- How to use your own data to assist in increasing profitability
- Target setting and KPI’s
- Social media
- and so much more
Learners can work through the booklet in any order on their own or include the whole team (whilst observing social distancing rules and guidance) to produce a new Blueprint.(the new blue print is provided)
By the end of the CPD individual learners will be able to implement all the 15 ways to increase your Veterinary Practice profits even in a recession. Also included are useful websites for reference purposes only of chosen suppliers that I have worked with over the past 9 years.
This CPD in booklet form is priced at £139.00 (no vat) per booklet and includes postage and delivery direct from our printers.
To order: Fill out the enquiry form on our home page include: quote web88, your Full name- Address of where to send the booklet, phone number and email,
To pay use the paypal link paypal.me/Dim181 (numbers one eight one).
If you require this in another language then before ordering please contact us here at Dimension Eighty Eight®
You can also find us at:
Vet times – www.cpdvettimes.co.uk
Vet CPD Journal – September 2020 issue