Applied Veterinary Forensics. Swindon (UK) 28 August 2014
A new module in the course introduced to assist delegates make the transition from theoretical learning into application. Introduced and delivered by David Bailey, this module allows exposure to real cases, historical and ongoing and how the application of the skills of a both forensic scientist and Veterinarian are combined. Discussion and debate and application will provide delegates with a chance to see that they are learning the skills and discover the rule and approach for all forensic cases involving animals or animal products has similarities that are shared and repeated despite the nature of the evidence gathered. A calibration module to assess current levels of knowledge and application of training learned so far. The module will also serve as an introduction to firearms and ballistics that will be practiced the following day on a live firing range with targets and free bullet capture.