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Ohio Association of
Veterinary Technicians

Dedicated to promoting Veterinary Technicians and quality animal healthcare through:
Education, Legislation and High Ethical Standards

Continuing Education Opportunities



2017 MedVet Cincinnati Vet Tech Lecture Series

Thursday, August 17 at MedVet Cincinnati.

Title: Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV)

To RSVP, please email  education@medvetforpets.com. These lectures are FREE to MedVet staff thanks to the MedVet Charitable Foundation!

Download the 2017 MedVet Cincinnati Vet Tech Lecture Series schedule

Click here for the MedVet Continuing Education for Technicians




MedVet also offers continuing education courses in Columbus

Technicians click on the link below to find the latest seminars available.

Technicians need to get their CE in by the end of February of next year ( a total of 10 CEs ) to register with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board (OVMLB).

MedVet Continuing Education





New Online Continuing Education Courses
from Purdue Veterinary Medicine

Checkout the new online CE opportunities from Purdue School of Veterinary Medicine.

http://www.vet.purdue.edu/ce/index.php

Purdue Veterinary Medicine is an authorized provider of
Continuing Education for Veterinarians and Veterinarian Technicians.

There are new CE credit courses available in the following topics:
  • Small Animal / Exotics
  • Large Animal / Food Animal
  • All Species
  • World Veterinary Year & Diversity
Please also visit the Purdue Veterinary Medicine website for additional educational opportunities.

www.purdue.edu/svmengaged




The Ohio State University

The Office of Veterinary Continuing Education offers a wide variety of educational activities for veterinarians, veterinary technicians, breeders and owners.

website:  https://vetmedce.osu.edu/ceactivities



Continuing Education Links

We have listed the following links to organizations that offer both continuing educational courses and materials. Remember to check with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board to verify which classes count towards your CE hours prior to enrolling. For more information refer to the OAVT Disclaimer.

The Animal Behavioral Associates, Inc. logo. Animal Behavior Associates, Inc.
As certified, degreed applied animal behaviorists, we bring the power of the latest scientific information to help you understand and change your pet's behavior. Dr.Suzanne Hetts and Dan Estep announce 3 telecourses geared towards veterinary technicians and other pet professionals. The 3 courses are approved for CPDT credits and the 2 fundamentals courses are approved by CACVT (California).


The VetMed Team logo. VetMed Team.
Join us in the VetMed Team discussion boards, deepen your knowledge via the VetMed Team library, learn new skills through VetMedTeam online education. And to top it all off, there are many thousands of members of VetMed Team with the same goals, dreams and commitment to excellence, so make friends! See what classes the VetMed Team has to offer.


The VSPN logo. Veterinary Support Personnel Network.
The Veterinary Support Personnel Network is for people working with, for or in the field of veterinary medicine. Membership in VSPN is free. In order to have access to all of VSPN's community features including message boards, chats, and CE, you will need to register. See what the VSPN's continuing education center for more details.


The VIN logo. Veterinary Information Network.
The Veterinary Information Network is the first and largest online service for veterinary professionals. It can be defined as a multi-specialist veterinary facility, with boarded consultants and a fully-staffed library and trained librarians. It brings together more than 6,000 online veterinarians. See what the VIN's continuing education page for more details.


The VetLearn logo. Veterinary Learning Systems.
How can you decide where to turn to when your time is limited as it is? Why not stick with the journal that practicing veterinarians all over the world have used for over 20 years? The journal they have come to rely on most for clinically relevant, up-to-date information. Sign up today to receive Compendium and Vet Forum FREE! Visit the VetLearn home page for more information.

The OAVT Legal Disclaimer

The OAVT is not responsible for the content of the websites or meetings listed above. The OAVT is also not responsible for ensuring that any classes or seminars contained within the listed websites or meetings are eligible for continuing credit hours with the Ohio Veterinary Medical Licensing Board. You can always check with the OVMLB through their website for information regarding what counts towards your CE hours and what does not.
CE Information
At Its Best

Are you in need of continuing education hours?

Here we have included a few continuing education events to help you earn a perfect 10 (and then some)!