Veterinary Technician Training for Your Employees
With Penn Foster’s AVMA-CVTEA accredited Veterinary Technician Degree, your employees can train on their schedule and prepare to sit for the VTNE. Learners will develop fundamental skills in veterinary medicine and get hands-on experience through two required externships. Providing industry-recognized training can grow your practice while increasing client and employee retention.
Prepare your employees for the following certification exam:
Veterinary Technician Training Curriculum
- 4 semesters
- 31 exams
- 73 credits
- 2 externships
Aligned with AVMA-CVTEA standards, the Veterinary Technician Degree is designed to prepare learners to fill this critical role at any practice, large or small. Online courses in the four-semester degree include:
- Animal Anatomy and Physiology
- Medical Nursing for Veterinary Technicians
- Pharmacology for Veterinary Technicians
- Radiography for Veterinary Technicians
Janet McConnell, CVT
Program Director, Veterinary Nursing Development NVA Compassion-First
"We are extremely pleased to offer our expanded, ground-breaking employer-supported development program for our veterinary nursing teams that allows them to make a choice for their educational program and career path."
Our Proven Training Model
High-quality, online skills training for your employees.
Real World Credentials
Build a career pathway for your practice’s staff with an AVMA-CVTEA accredited veterinary technology degree program.
This NAVTA-approved online program prepares your employees to sit for the Approved Veterinary Assistant examination.
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$nameAccording to national averages from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment for veterinary technicians is expected to grow 16% over the next 10 years.* That is a much faster growth rate than almost all other occupations.
$namePenn Foster’s Veterinary Technician Degree Program is one of only a few programs with full accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), through their Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities (CVTEA).