Find accredited trade school and technical college veterinary technician, veterinary assistant or animal business management programs. Use the search application to find training near you.
“Under the supervision of a licensed veterinarian, veterinary technicians ensure their animal patients receive the proper care and attention by assisting with medical procedures. Veterinary technicians can work in a multitude of work environments, including clinics, hospitals, rescue shelters and zoos.”
Colleges with Veterinary Technician Programs
All listed trade schools and online technical colleges are accredited and have financial aid assistance for those who qualify.
- New England Institute of Technology
- San Joaquin Valley College
- Rockford Career College
- National American University
All colleges may not be listed here, use the search application to find your local program options.
What does a vet tech do? “In the front office of the clinic, vet tech duties include greeting patients, answering phones, scheduling appointments, preparing invoices, following up with clients, and keeping a tidy waiting room. It is also a part of a veterinary technician’s job to restock supplies, label patient medications, discharge patients, and maintain their records.
Most states require veterinary technicians to be licensed, certified, or registered before being hired. Depending on the state in which you reside and the office you wish to work for, requirements will vary. The Veterinary Technician National Examination is the most common certification exam and is available for completion once you graduate from a veterinary technology program.
Furthering your education by obtaining a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree will only improve your job opportunities and pave the way for a career as a veterinary technologist or eventually, a veterinarian.”