Course Information

The AOI offers courses in a wide range of animal related studies. Some are indeed, osteopathic, but many are fundamental skills that would benefit many animal practitioners and veterinary professionals. Some of our courses are more suited to the osteopathic audience, but we also run plenty of workshops/courses that add benefit to other animal practitioners and vets. All we ask, is that you are at a suitable level of education for the course to which you apply and that you provide mapped evidence of any past training (as required by the prerequisite of any given event).

Our osteopathic CPD courses/workshops are intended to educate those who wish to adapt osteopathic concepts, principles and techniques for use on animal patients. As such, we urge delegates to be fully qualified in osteopathy before applying for one of our courses, as experience has taught us, that you will find it much easier with a foundation of knowledge and less stressful than a final year in osteopathic school can afford you. We do occasionally consider final year students who are exceeding in their studies, but we must make you aware that you may have trouble accessing insurance until you are full qualified, as these are postgraduate CPD courses, that assume a baseline knowledge. We therefore recommend that you speak to your [likely] insurance company before pursuing an application if you have any concerns. *

We work in association with the European School of Osteopathy, to offer transparency and quality to all our students. The ESO issues CPD certificates for all AOI courses, in conjunction with the AOI.

Below you will see the 2019/2020 schedule as we have marketed to date. More workshop/course information will be added shortly. For more details on individual workshops/courses, please drop down to their own tab from the main menu > under Course Information

* Please note. The AOI cannot be held responsible for any insurance issues arising from your decision to study with us. It is the individual’s responsibility to do their homework in advance and ask questions of the companies they wish to be insured by.