Better chance to become a vet assistant thru online courses or applying at an animal office?

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Thisbelljar in kent, Ohio

126 months ago

Hi,

My name is Nisha. I'm 25 years old from Ohio and i have a question about becoming a vet assistant. I really want to become a Vet Tech. But i would like to start out as a vet assistant. I've heard from a few friends that they've gone to their local vet office and wanted to do volunteer work. They were able to and soon asked if they'd like to work for the company. Now they are both vet assistants. I've also heard that online course or going to college to get knowledge to become a vet assistant is also a good route. I'm really not sure which one would be a better choice... going to college to get the knowledge for being a vet assistant OR applying to a local animal office/shelter to get the experience and knowledge for a vet assistant position?

Any advice would be appreciate it =)

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REIANON FLOYD in BERRYVILLE, Arkansas

125 months ago

I AM FROM ARKANSAS AND IN SPRINGDALE AND HARRISON THEY HAVE A 72 HR COURSE WITH 24HR CLINICALS TO BECOME A VET ASSISTANT. IT ONLY TAKES ABOUT A MONTH AND 1/2.

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REIANON FLOYD in BERRYVILLE, Arkansas

125 months ago

YOU CAN GO PETRAALLIEDHEALTH.COM FOR MORE INFORMATION.

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

125 months ago

Just understand that this course will not allow you to sit for the National Veterinary Technician Exam, nor is it accredited by any veterinary medical association so the quality of the material presented may be very poor. There is not even a trained credentialed veterinarian nor veterinary technician listed as associated with the courses. RN's DO NOT have specialized training in the medical care of animals just as veterinary technicians aren't trained in the medical care of humans.

If you wish to take courses in veterinary assisting, I would strongly recommend that you take ones from an educational institute that has an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program or on that has the accredidation of a state veterinary medical association.

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SandyLVT in Smithville, Tennessee

125 months ago

Your best online associate Degree Program in Veterinary Technology is threw Penn Foster College. They are approved threw AVMA and offer a payment plan. I worked as a kennel assistant, then moved up to vet assistant while working on my degree.

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

125 months ago

I'm not sure that I would say that Penn Foster is the "best" online program. There are other AVMA accredited online programs like Cedar Valley in Lancaster, TX which has had it's online accredidation longer and has had an accredited on-site program much longer. There is also San Juan College in New Mexico that has an accredited online program which is less expensive than most and the director of that program has been a directory for accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 20 years. A couple of his instructors have also been teaching in accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 15 years.

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SandyLVT in Smithville, Tennessee

124 months ago

Cindy, you might be right .. all I was saying that Penn Foster is the best online program because they have a payment plan. I checked into the others and they needed a FASA, which I have but didn't qualify for any federal aid. Plus the Director of the Veterinary Technician Program is a DVM graduate from the Univerisity of Tennessee, one of the best Veterinaian colleges in the United States .... It all depends on what your finanical situation is and what suites your needs the best.

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cejonasson in Kent, Washington

118 months ago

I'm in Washington State & unsure what would be better for my area. Renton Technical College has a Vet Assist program, but I don't know if they are AVMA accredited. I like the suggestion about working as a kennel assistant while working on a degree. Where would I look to find out about the Vet Board Laws here in Washington? How would I go about finding which schools in King County are AVMA accredited?

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

118 months ago

First you need to understand that you are mixing up two different things.
A veterinary assistant program is a certificate program and not a degree program. There are no AVMA accredited veterinary assisting programs and a veterinary assisting program will not prepare you to sit for the credentialing exams to be a veterinary technician in any state.

Veterinary assisting is an entry-level position and there are no educational or training requirements in any state in the US for that position.

Veterinary technology programs that are AVMA accredited are 2-3 year college degree programs. You can find a list of AVMA accredited program in Washington here: www.avma.org/education/cvea/vettech_programs/washington.asp There are also distance education programs that are AVMA accredited and you can find them through the AVMA website.

For rules governing credentialing of veterinary technicians in Washington, you can go here: www.doh.wa.gov/hsqa/Professions/Veterinarian/Documents/VetTechApp.http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/laws/wsr/2009/21/09-21-022.htm

apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=246-935

Washington licenses veterinary technicians so you would have to meet their requirements for licensure before you could work as a veterinary technician. But you could take a job as a veterinary assistant for hands-on experience and to determine if you really like the work.

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SS in Pullman, Washington

117 months ago

cejonasson in Kent, Washington said: I'm in Washington State & unsure what would be better for my area. Renton Technical College has a Vet Assist program, but I don't know if they are AVMA accredited. I like the suggestion about working as a kennel assistant while working on a degree. Where would I look to find out about the Vet Board Laws here in Washington? How would I go about finding which schools in King County are AVMA accredited?

The Renton PIMA program is an accredited AVMA Vet Tech program as of last year (2009). The Washington state laws/licensing regs are at www.doh.wa.gov

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Brittany1987 in Theodosia, Missouri

110 months ago

REIANON FLOYD in BERRYVILLE, Arkansas said: I AM FROM ARKANSAS AND IN SPRINGDALE AND HARRISON THEY HAVE A 72 HR COURSE WITH 24HR CLINICALS TO BECOME A VET ASSISTANT. IT ONLY TAKES ABOUT A MONTH AND 1/2.

I am very interested in this program if you could email me some more information on this program and how i get started please let me know my email is dum_blonde_05@hotmail.com

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Bill in Northridge, California

109 months ago

I think it depends on the hospital. I prefer experience over school. But having said that being a lic Vet tech is never a bad idea. Why don't you do both. Get a job as a vet assistant while you go to school to become a RVT.

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anna in Marietta, Georgia

105 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: I'm not sure that I would say that Penn Foster is the "best" online program. There are other AVMA accredited online programs like Cedar Valley in Lancaster, TX which has had it's online accredidation longer and has had an accredited on-site program much longer. There is also San Juan College in New Mexico that has an accredited online program which is less expensive than most and the director of that program has been a directory for accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 20 years. A couple of his instructors have also been teaching in accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 15 years.
hi im anna i just moved to Usa becasue of my boyfriend i see that you have a wide knowledge on this subject...your emails helped me a lot understand the situation of veterinary jobs in Usa i come from Europe and im already veterinary surgeon with like 2 years of experiance the problem is that my diploma is very european(i can work everywhere in Europe)but its not recognized here...and it gonna be a long way to see it done...including great cost unfortunately....so i would have start liek vet tech or assistent...do you think i have any chance to find a job in my field as vet assistet(what i undersytand none degree is officially requiered to do this job)or vet tech?of course first of all i would be interested in volunteering to get familiar with american standarts

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

105 months ago

Anna,
Yes, you could most likely get a job as a veterinary assistant however veterinary technicians are licensed in Georgia with specific education and testing requirements.
Good luck! And welcome to the US.

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veterinary assistant schools in Draper, Utah

104 months ago

Thisbelljar in kent, Ohio said: Hi,

My name is Nisha. I'm 25 years old from Ohio and i have a question about becoming a vet assistant. I really want to become a Vet Tech. But i would like to start out as a vet assistant. I've heard from a few friends that they've gone to their local vet office and wanted to do volunteer work. They were able to and soon asked if they'd like to work for the company. Now they are both vet assistants. I've also heard that online course or going to college to get knowledge to become a vet assistant is also a good route. I'm really not sure which one would be a better choice... going to college to get the knowledge for being a vet assistant OR applying to a local animal office/shelter to get the experience and knowledge for a vet assistant position?

Any advice would be appreciate it =)

Check this out. it might help. <a href="www.unitedhealthschools.com/programs.aspx/Veterinary-Assistant/28">veterinary assistant schools</a>

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stevieo32 in Tampa, Florida

104 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: Before putting time and money into a degree program in veterinary technology, getting some experience as a veterinary assistant is a very good idea. This will allow you to figure out if you really like the job once you see what it's like and having a job in a veterinary clinic is necessary to take any of the AVMA approved online veterinary technology degree programs.

And don't let people convince you that you don't need an education. No matter the current laws, as of 2010 the people who own the National Veterinary Technician Exam will no longer allow people to "grandfather in" (have worked in the field x number of years but don't have a degree) to take the test and it is required to become a credentialed technician.

I would not, however, waste my money on the online veterinary assistant certification programs if you want to be a technician because they will not count towards your degree program. They also aren't well-recieved by veterinarians because the vast majority of them aren't in any way overseen by a veterinary professional to ensure that the information is correct/accurate.

So how can you get a job in vet office if you want to become a vet tech

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stevieo32 in Tampa, Florida

104 months ago

So I did a vet assistant program online and got my certificate but how and what do I do to get a job.

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Bill OLeary in Chatsworth, California

104 months ago

Watch the news paper and Craigs list for job openings. Make a list of hospitals and fax resumes. If there is a hospital in particular that you want to work at see if you can volunteer their. Hopefully they get to know you, like you and if a position opens you can apply.

www.missionvet.com

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kelly in Cleveland, Ohio

103 months ago

if i take the penn foster vet ass program will i be accredited since i live in cleveland ohio

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

103 months ago

No. No state in the US has requirements for credentialing or recognizes credentialing of veterinary assistants so you will not be "accredited" or "credentialed" by the state. In fact, in Ohio the appropriate title as defined in the statutes is "veterinary aide". The veterinary assisting programs are voluntary vocational training certificate programs and the certificates are only recognized by the entity that offers the program.

You might be mistaking "veterinary assistant" with "veterinary technician" and those are two different things. The state of Ohio registers veterinary technicians and requires that a person be registered in order to work as a veterinary technician. There are also certain duties that are limited to performance only by an RVT. In order to be registered, you must have a degree in Animal Health Technology (also called veterinary technology)from an AVMA accredited program, have passed the VTNE, applied for registration with the Ohio Veterinary Licensing Board and have passed a background check.

www.ovmlb.ohio.gov/rvtreq.stm
codes.ohio.gov/oac/4741-1
codes.ohio.gov/orc/4741

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abiggers in Amarillo, Texas

102 months ago

Hi, I would like to be a vet tech, but I'm a mom and I work so I was wondering if any of you knew of any cheap online programs? Also, what are the requirements in Texas to be one?

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

101 months ago

abiggers in Amarillo, Texas said: Hi, I would like to be a vet tech, but I'm a mom and I work so I was wondering if any of you knew of any cheap online programs? Also, what are the requirements in Texas to be one?

There are several AVMA accredited online programs to earn your degree in veterinary technology as well as several on-site programs in Texas. You can find a list of schools through www.avma.org/education/cvea/vettech_distance_learning.asp.

Currently in Texas you can be registered (credentialed) as a veterinary technician through the Texas Veterinary Medical Association. The requirements are that you have a degree in veterinary technology from an AVMA accredited program, pass the Veterinary Technician National Exam and pass the state veterinary technician board exam. You can find links with information on this through secure.tvma.org/RVTs_and_CVAs/registered_vet_tech.phtml

While you can currently work as a veterinary technician in Texas without this degree, that is very likely to change in the near future. The Texas Veterinary Medical Association and the Texas Association of Registered Veterinary Technicians are both looking at pushing new legislation to legally require licensure of technicians in the state and to limit the use of the title only to those who are credentialed as veterinary technicians in the state.

If you have more questions, please feel free to contact myself or one of the other board members of the Texas Assoc. of Reg. Vet. Technicians. www.tarvt.org I will be out of the country for 2 weeks, but if you email I will try to get back to you as quickly as possible.

Cindy
cindyd@tarvt.org

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aryanna in Federal Way, Washington

100 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: Anna,
Yes, you could most likely get a job as a veterinary assistant however veterinary technicians are licensed in Georgia with specific education and testing requirements.
Good luck! And welcome to the US.

hi i am ut i am 9 i want to become a vet do u know how hard it is if you do tell me it is my lifes dream tohave a farm good combo hu i like your name it is some ones in my family:)

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alma in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

95 months ago

REIANON FLOYD in BERRYVILLE, Arkansas said: I AM FROM ARKANSAS AND IN SPRINGDALE AND HARRISON THEY HAVE A 72 HR COURSE WITH 24HR CLINICALS TO BECOME A VET ASSISTANT. IT ONLY TAKES ABOUT A MONTH AND 1/2.

i am interested in becoming a vet assistant if you could please email me more information on this program at joy29-7@hotmail.com please and thank you.

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Roxy in Dallas, Texas

91 months ago

Cindy,
You seem to know a lot about the process and such. I am also in Texas and looking into becoming a Vet Tech. I currently work full time and cannot change that because I have to pay my bills, but I was looking into some online programs. I am interested in Penn Foster because they are accredited by the AVMA now and they have a payment plan. I am also looking at Cedar Valley here in Dallas and San Juan. What are your thoughts? I already have some college under my belt.
Any info/ thoughts you have, especially since you are in Texas like me, would be helpful!
Thanks so much!

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JosieFerrari in Los Angeles, California

73 months ago

Laura in Fresno, California said: I would say that you should research the laws in your state because they are all different. Going to school was helpful to me because i had no skills and I learned so much. However it was very expensive and I found out later that I could have worked as an assistant for 3 years and then taken a 4 month class for much less and gotten licenced. But it all depends on what the veterinary board laws are in your state. In cali its getting harder and harder to become a licenced technician

Where and How did you find out that you could of worked as an assistant three years and then taken a 4 month class for much less and gotten licenced? What 4 month class was it? And I also live in california so does this apply to me too

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eagertofly in Belfast, United Kingdom

73 months ago

The one thing to keep in mind with Vet Assistant is the practical aspect. It is one thing to want to do this. But what is your practical skills level. Do check state by state. Call different vet offices and ask what they prefer. Also do you want to do more large or small animals or exotic animals etc. If you know what it is your interested in go volunteer even at a vet clinic, animal shelter, horse farm, etc to see if you can do the bad and the good. Their is lots to these type of jobs that are positive but then their is the other side. It does help to have taken or take even a basic science course from a community college, a background in communications and/or working with people is also a plus. One of the parts of this type of position is the people angle not just the animal angle. One has to be strong in both. That is part of the issue of hiring someone as a VA or whatever title at a animal position. They also have to be good with people as well usually

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tammy in Albemarle, North Carolina

69 months ago

Brittany1987 in Theodosia, Missouri said: I am very interested in this program if you could email me some more information on this program and how i get started please let me know my email is dum_blonde_05@hotmail.com

i would like some more info on this please send to teudy@live.com

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Sunshine

47 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: Anna,
Yes, you could most likely get a job as a veterinary assistant however veterinary technicians are licensed in Georgia with specific education and testing requirements.
Good luck! And welcome to the US.

Do you know if Georgia vet tech liscence would be accepted through online schooling? Want to go to school for vet tech I have to go online to do it. There are no schools near me. I was just wondering if I would be able to get my licence after finishing?

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Lisa in Hinesville, Georgia

35 months ago

Hi my name is Lisa and I want to be a vet tech sooo bad. I don't know where to start..I have been looking at different avma accredited schools but I'm looking for an online program that accepts financial aid. I currently live in GA.. please tell me where to start... I really need help

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

35 months ago

Hi Lisa,
The best way to start is to contact the veterinary technology programs you are interested in and ask your questions directly. Programs offered through community colleges and universities will accept financial aid. The for-profit programs are more questionable as to financial aid. So, pick out the programs you are interested in and email them. The program adviser will be able to help you with program specific information.

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Mandalamanue in Hollywood, Florida

34 months ago

I want to become a vet technician. Ive done hundreds of hours at several animal clinics. Ive tried to apply to as many as possible to become an assistant. Most clinics tell me i need some type of experience to get hired. I wanted to buy the certificatioj program to be a vet assistant because its hard to get a job in Miami as an assistant with no experience. Most comments ive read are about how is a waste of money because in really you dont need experience to be an assistant. I feel like i have enough experience with my volunteer hours hut hospitals do not accpt that and i also see its hard to get a job in miami with just community hours. My question is it worth it to pay the kennel certificate assistant program? I dont know where else to get "work" experience its hard. The only way is showing it with a certification... But what if its a waste of money?

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

33 months ago

Assistant certification programs are generally not well-respected in the veterinary profession. There are some that get more respect, but if the issue is experience they are not going to change that. Since you have lots of experience hours through volunteering, you need to focus on those in your resume. Highlight the different animal handling and care skills that you have learned during your volunteering. If you know how to safely remove an animal from a cage, restrain an animal, assess their body condition, clean and disinfect cages, etc. be sure to note those things. Also highlight the number of hours you have spent volunteering with animals in your cover letter for your resume.

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MCRyan in Alvarado, Texas

30 months ago

cindyrvt in Henderson, Texas said: First you need to understand that you are mixing up two different things.
A veterinary assistant program is a certificate program and not a degree program. There are no AVMA accredited veterinary assisting programs and a veterinary assisting program will not prepare you to sit for the credentialing exams to be a veterinary technician in any state.

Veterinary assisting is an entry -level position and there are no educational or training requirements in any state in the US for that position.

Veterinary technology programs that are AVMA accredited are 2-3 year college degree programs. You can find a list of AVMA accredited program in Washington here: www.avma.org/education/cvea/vettech_programs/washington.asp There are also distance education programs that are AVMA accredited and you can find them through the AVMA website.

For rules governing credentialing of veterinary technicians in Washington, you can go here: www.doh.wa.gov/hsqa/Professions/Veterinarian/Documents/VetTechApp.apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/laws/wsr/2009/21/09-21-022.htm

apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=246-935

Washington licenses veterinary technicians so you would have to meet their requirements for licensure before you could work as a veterinary technician. But you could take a job as a veterinary assistant for hands-on experience and to determine if you really like the work.

The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America recognizes three online programs for veterinary assistants, including Penn Foster, Animal Behavior College and VetMedTeam. Just thought you should know Vet assistant is accredited.

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Mom23Bostons in Milford, Delaware

23 months ago

Of the 3 schools which is considered the best? Penn Foster, ABC, or VetMedTeam? Does anyone have experience with any of these schools?

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CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas

23 months ago

Penn Foster has an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program. The veterinary assistant program is a shorter program and doesn't cover as much as the associates degree program in veterinary technology, but it is the same quality of materials.
ABC and VetMedTeam offer the Approved Veterinary Assistant program, which is designed by the National Assoc. for Veterinary Technicians in America specifically for veterinary assistants.

So, all 3 are quality programs. The question is how do they differ in time and cost? And which meets your needs? Do you plan on going on to be a veterinary technician? Then Penn Foster's program may be better for you as you could then continue the program that you have completed a portion of. The AVA programs provide less in the way of credits towards an associates degree in veterinary technology, if a VT program accepts them towards your degree at all.

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phoenixrescue in Waukegan, Illinois

9 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: I'm not sure that I would say that Penn Foster is the "best" online program. There are other AVMA accredited online programs like Cedar Valley in Lancaster, TX which has had it's online accredidation longer and has had an accredited on-site program much longer. There is also San Juan College in New Mexico that has an accredited online program which is less expensive than most and the director of that program has been a directory for accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 20 years. A couple of his instructors have also been teaching in accredited veterinary technology programs for more than 15 years.

Okay, i have some questions for this. I was considering penn foster and cedar valley and the other online accredited school but there was one review i read that hit me and made sense. Even though these schools are recognized by the AVMA, is it true, or in your opinion, that prospective employers would be hesitant to hire a graduate from one of these schools, Penn foster in particular? Many places are considered with the hands on experience and knowledge so then why would it matter where someone graduates from if we all have a degree or certificate? Online programs also offer proctor exams to prove yourself

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phoenixrescue in Waukegan, Illinois

9 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: Penn Foster has an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program. The veterinary assistant program is a shorter program and doesn't cover as much as the associates degree program in veterinary technology, but it is the same quality of materials.
ABC and VetMedTeam offer the Approved Veterinary Assistant program, which is designed by the National Assoc. for Veterinary Technicians in America specifically for veterinary assistants.

So, all 3 are quality programs. The question is how do they differ in time and cost? And which meets your needs? Do you plan on going on to be a veterinary technician? Then Penn Foster's program may be better for you as you could then continue the program that you have completed a portion of. The AVA programs provide less in the way of credits towards an associates degree in veterinary technology, if a VT program accepts them towards your degree at all.

If penn foster is accredited and talked about so well, why the bad reviews and concerns of employment due to graduation from this school? Curious because i am considering online and penn foster was one of my choices

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CindyRVT in Mount Enterprise, Texas

9 months ago

phoenixrescue in Waukegan, Illinois said: If penn foster is accredited and talked about so well, why the bad reviews and concerns of employment due to graduation from this school? Curious because i am considering online and penn foster was one of my choices

Please note that the post you quoted was almost 10 years old. Penn Foster has changed since then becuase it has a different Program Director. Dr. Hurrell has made some wonderful changes and the students get a better education from that program than they did in the past.

So your two questions are about "the best school" and what vets think of online programs.

For the first, this a question you will have to answer for yourself as each school has benefits and detractions. It really depens on what you need from a program. The basic questions you should ask about any program are:
1. Is it accredited? (What is the accreditation status?)
2. What is the overall cost of the program? Are there payment options?
3. Is financial aid available?
4. How do students find a preceptor/mentor for the hands-on portion of the program?
5. What percentage of students graduate in a reasonable time period (say 3 years)?
6. What percentage of students pass the Veterinary Technician National Exam on the first attempt?
These questions will help you find a program that fits your needs and has a record of good instruction. Each AVMA accredited program is required to post it's 3 year pass rate for the VTNE so you should be able to search and find them (though it may not be easy to find on their site.) For example, Penn Foster's VTNE 3 year pass rate through 2017 can be found here: www.pennfoster.edu/~/media/files/pdf/vtne-test-results.pdf?v=2017 (add)0905. Cedar Valley's VTNE pass rates can be found here: www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/cd/dcc/health/vettech/pages/default.aspx

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CindyRVT in Mount Enterprise, Texas

9 months ago

It wouldn't let me post the link for Penn Foster without the "(add)". Please remove that from the link in order to access the VTNE results page.

As for hands on training, the distance education programs are required by the AVMA to have the same minimum of 250 hours of hands-on, in-clinic experience and to prove a reasonable performance of more than 300 skills to school staff before being able to graduate. Some clinics still don't realize this, but it is something that can be pointed out. You will need to be working in a practice in order to graduate from ANY accredited veterinary technology program, so this should be visible on any application or resume' once you complete any program. You can find and share information about AVMA accreditation from this link: www.avma.org/professionaldevelopment/education/accreditation/programs/pages/cvtea-faq.aspx

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CindyRVT in Mount Enterprise, Texas

9 months ago

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Jackygabriela in Pacoima, California

8 months ago

CindyRVT in Henderson, Texas said: Penn Foster has an AVMA accredited veterinary technology program. The veterinary assistant program is a shorter program and doesn't cover as much as the associates degree program in veterinary technology, but it is the same quality of materials.
ABC and VetMedTeam offer the Approved Veterinary Assistant program, which is designed by the National Assoc. for Veterinary Technicians in America specifically for veterinary assistants.

So, all 3 are quality programs. The question is how do they differ in time and cost? And which meets your needs? Do you plan on going on to be a veterinary technician? Then Penn Foster's program may be better for you as you could then continue the program that you have completed a portion of. The AVA programs provide less in the way of credits towards an associates degree in veterinary technology, if a VT program accepts them towards your degree at all.

Hello my name is Jackie and I’m very confused right now about my situation and need some guidance well I enrolled on a non credit course for becoming a vet assistant in college of the canyons through “ed2go” non credit course and when completed I will receive a certificate my question is will I be able to get the job with that and volunteering I’m very worried. I’m not really looking towards being a vet tech but just an assistant and do you know how much they start off as pay?

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minmin in Old Bridge, New Jersey

1 month ago

MCRyan in Alvarado, Texas said: The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America recognizes three online programs for veterinary assistants, including Penn Foster, Animal Behavior College and VetMedTeam. Just thought you should know Vet assistant is accredited.

NAVTA mentions a forth program....VetBloom offers an accredited online Vet Assistant program as well.

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