Recognition of a continuing training title for the professional title as a veterinarian
Veterinarians may, in addition to their professional title, have other designations indicating special knowledge in a particular professional field (specialist veterinarian's name) or additional acquired knowledge in another field (additional designation). A further training designation may only be awarded to those who have received recognition from the National Veterinary Association upon request.
Proof of nationality Your certificate of approval or your permission in accordance with Section 2 paragraph 2 of the Federal Veterinary Regulations the training certificates you have acquired the certificate of relevant professional experience you have acquired, if any, Evidence of the content of continuing training in the form of the presentation of the relevant continuing training regulations or in any other appropriate way, if it results in the content of continuing training and the duration of continuing training in order to obtain the proof of continuing training where appropriate, other qualifications necessary to establish equivalence
Informal Online procedure possible: yes Written form required: yes Personal appearance necessary: no
successfully completed further education Approval as a veterinarian or a permit for the temporary exercise of the veterinary profession
Administrative Fee Regulations of the National Veterinary Chamber of 7 November 2012, List of Fees No. 2.1.
You can apply for recognition in writing (informal): Create the application and add the necessary evidence. Submit the application documents to the Brandenburg State Veterinary Association. It is possible to send the application by e-mail. The Brandenburg State Veterinary Association then checks whether you meet all the requirements. The Brandenburg State Veterinary Association will provide you with a notice authorising you to carry out the continuing training designation.
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Ministry of Social Affairs, Health, Integration and Consumer Protection
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