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CACVT assumes no responsibility for, and does not directly endorse, any service or information listed unless so stated. It is the responsibility of the CVT attending the class to obtain appropriate proof of attendance.
These postings are updated regularly. However, there are other CE classes that are not listed here that are acceptable. CACVT accepts RACE credits (1 RACE credit = 1 CACVT CE hour - technical and supportive categories still apply). See Continuing Education Guidelines and Requirements for details.
A posting of continuing education across the
Website Programs (e.g., AEMP)
Other Websites that List CE Programs (e.g., VSPN / VetMedTeam)
DAVMS Veterinary Learning Institute
There are a series of classes:
For more information: www.davms.org
Click here for details about these classes -
CACVT receives a portion of the registration fees - see below for registration form
If you have problems accessing the form, you may call the CACVT office 303-318-0652 and we will assist you over the phone.
Spend your morning at the Colorado State Board of Veterinary Medicine meeting - held on even numbered months.
Learn about the governing process of veterinarians (a good thing if you think technicians should be licensed) and earn technical CE hours for attending (up to 4 hours, then supportive after that).
For complete details visit www.cacvt.com/governance (under the "about CACVT" tab on the left hand column) or visit www.cacvt.com/calendar for dates and location.
Continuing Education Opportunity for Technicians
Exclusive hands on, one-on-one training for technicians in dentistry for the general practice. Classes limited to 6 people - personalized attention.
One day (noon-5 pm), 5 technical CE hours. Cost=$200
Watch here for upcoming classes.
June 23, July 21, August 18
Location: VCA Alameda East Veterinary Hospital
Instructor: Sara L. Sharp CVT VTS(Dentistry)
More information: 303-324-6978 or Sara.Sharp@vcahospitals.com
CE offered in your Veterinary Hospital!
If you are interested in receiving 1 hour of Supportive CE Credit in the convenience of your hospital, contact Rebecca Rose, CVT.
Pets that develop serious medical conditions or experience other situations that require major care can benefit for pet health insurance. Learn about the benefits to the pet, pet owner and veterinary community.
Rebecca is happy to schedule a presentation reviewing VPI Pet Insurance with your team, at your convenience. She can be reached at email@example.com or leave a message at 970-275-0221.
PetAid Home Outreach
PetAid Home Outreach provides basic pet health services through in-home visits by teams of Colorado licensed veterinarians and certified veterinary technicians.
If you are interested in learning or training for this program, please visit www.PetAidColorado.org and click on "Home Outreach" tab on the right side.
Training occurs periodically and is awarded supportive CE.
Working with Animals and Essential Oils-
Date of Program: Monthly
Location: Kaeru Studio at Outback Farm
You will learn the basic principles of the art and science of essential oils and how to work with animals using these oils.
2 day workshops also available
supportive hours CE credit Only
Contact Frances at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303.973-8848 for more information.
One-Time Programs learning about the latest developments in veterinary medicine and practice management
October 25-26, 2013
Medical Massage for Animals: Canine Course
Location: Fort Collins Marriott
Instructor: Narda Robinson, DVM
Contact: Bonnie Yordy at email@example.com or 303-539-7274
June 12-15, 2013
ACVIM Forum - internal medicine continuing education
visit: www.ACVIMForum.org or call 800-245-9081
July 20-23, 2013
The AVMA 150th Anniversary will be celebrated at the next annual convention in Chicago
July 25-29, 2013
AVTE 23th Biannual Symposium
The Westin Denver
September 19-22, 2013
CVMA Convention 2013
October 31-November 3, 2013
ABVP 18th Annual Symposium
Monthly meetings (second Thursday of even-numbered months) usually begin at 8:30am.
Starting July 1, 2010, CO CVTs can earn up to 4 technical CEs (for 4 hours attended). After that, it's 1 supportive CE for each hour attended.
For more information, see the Governance area under "About CACVT"
Tuft's Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine
Variety of classes throughout the year in various locations (MA and FL). 200 Westboro Rd, North Grafton, MA 01536
OQUENDO CENTER PROGRAMMING
2425 E. Oquendo Road, Las Vegas, NV 89120
Tel: 702-739-6698 | Fax: 702-739-6420 | Web: www.oquendocenter.org
Examples of upcoming classes:
For details: visit http://www.coaemp.org/training
1. Community Animal Response Training Webinar
The Animal Emergency Management Program will begin its series of four webinars which comprise its community animal response training. This training is open to all interested community members who wish to become involved in local animal emergency response operations. This webinar will cover:
It is recommended (and required for those interested in joining the State Animal Response Team) that participants complete the on-line FEMA classes, IS 100a and 700a, before taking the webinar. These courses may be accessed at http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp.
There is no cost for the webinar but you must RSVP in order to participate. Kindly respond to firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or if you have any questions.
This webinar is the same training that was previously offered by Dr. Kevin Dennison in an 8 hour seminar. We hope this new format will enable more participation throughout Colorado. We want to thank the Colorado Federation of Animal Welfare Agencies (CFAWA) for their financial support of this important initiative.
2. Colorado Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps - Introductory Training Webinar
Click here for a brochure describing the Veterinary Medical Reserve Corps.
Please share this information with your colleagues and any other interested parties. Please contact Deborah with any questions. Thank you!
Director, PetAid Disaster Services
191 Yuma Street, Denver, CO 80223
Animal Behavior Associates, Inc.
Previously-recorded tele-webinar with questions and answers by email
Drs. Suzanne Hetts and Daniel Q. Estep
Here are just some of the titles:
For more classes and information: http://www.animalbehaviorassociates.com/teleconference-professionals.htm
Total time for lecture: 3.75 hours
Target audiences: Veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary support staff, dog trainers, behavior consultants
Contact: Tracey Metzler at 303-932-9095 or Info@AnimalBehaviorAssociates.com
General website www.AnimalBehaviorAssociates.com.
Bayer HealthCare: Animal Health Division
Find RACE approved CE programs at www.bayerdvm.com/Resources/CE/CEprogramWelcome.cfm
Educate staff on important procedures and protocols at www.bayerdvm.com/Resources/interactive/interactiveWelcome.cfm
Click here to check out a new CE course, Microchipping for Technicians, worth 1 CE credit. Become a microchip specialist today!
Sponsored by Virbac Animal Health; www.cetuniversity.com/index.cfm.
Good review. 1 supportive CE. Free. Will receive a certificate upon completion.
The American Animal Hospital Association offers a variety of courses for all members of the healthcare team both in person and via the Web or phone. Visit http://www.aahanet.org/ and click on the Education tab, or call 303-986-2800.
Through the partnership of VetMedTeam and Merial, courses in the Merial EDU program are free to all members of the practice team! Keep checking, they are developing new courses all the time. For assistance: email@example.com. Enroll by visiting http://www.vetmedteam.com/. Click on the join button at the top of the page.
Visit www.idexxlearningcenter.com/idexx to easily access many courses including Webinars and self-guided training courses.
Become a Feline Health Champion: log on to http://felinehealthchampion.com/ to register or call 800-582-7354.
Has information available - visit their web site.
Advanced Technicians and DVMs can participate in interactive case studies and lectures on in-hospital hematology, chemistry and critical care diagnostics -- earn FREE CE CREDIT
Hill's® is excited to announce that the completion of Veterinary Nutritional AdvocateSM has recently been approved by the Registry of Approved Continuing Education (RACE) for 15 CE. Log on to VNA.HillsVet.com.
Click here for other educational opportunities specifically for veterinary technicians
Elanco PET Program
Current CE-based (RACE-approved) learning programs:
Abbott Animal Health
PetSmart Charities' Web Site - Check for current Webinars!
These sessions generally fill up quickly, so register soon at http://petsmartcharities.webex.com.
For more information on how webinars work, or to schedule a test run to make sure your computer is up and running, please feel free to contact Suzy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How to Build a Successful Canine Foster Program
Working with the Underserved in Your CommunityVet Rad CE
VSPN CE is at http://www.vspn.org/CE
VSPN CE course catalog: http://www.vspn.org/CE/VSPN_M02231.htm
All of VSPN's classes are RACE approved or have been applied for RACE approval.
Practice Management courses are also submitted for approval by VHMA for CVPMs.
VT program students (AVMA or Canadian approved programs) are eligible for 50% discount.
http://www.VetMedTeam.comVetMedTeam offers a number of fee-based courses that benefit all members of the practice team. The courses do not contain "real time" sessions, which allow you to fit the courses into your personal schedule.
Course registration is available for a number of days after the course start date. For more information about a specific course, including content, RACE or VHMA credits, instructor, fee, and enrollment deadline, please click on the name of the course. Visit the VetMedTeam Course Catalog to learn more about our courses, including the multi-course discount feature.
Both offer articles that receive 1/2 supportive CE each. You must submit the test form the article(s) to the agency to receive a certificate of completion. This is what you submit to CACVT for CE recording.
In order to obtain NAVTA CE, you must be a NAVTA member. You do not have to be credentialed to be a NAVTA member (all healthcare team members are encouraged to join).
Whether you do NAVTA CE or not, you are still encouraged to join as this is YOUR national organization working on your behalf every day. It is recommended that all credentialed technicians be members of both the state and national associations. This is the only way our profession will grow and elevate. Visit www.navta.net for details.
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