Registered Veterinary Technicians Association
Advancing RVT Professionals through Education, Science and Legislation
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Annual Membership Meeting – CaRVTA's annual membership meeting is traditionally held during the UC-Davis Back-to-School Conference.
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CaRVTA committee participation – check out the committees page.
Exclusive Professional Products & Services Discounts – exclusive discounts on textbooks, VASE, courses through Penn Foster College, employment attorney services, and on other professional goods and services.
The Veterinary Medical Board will begin
accepting applications for the Veterinary
Assistant Controlled Substances Permit (VACSP)
Program in October 2016!
Updates and News!
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Vet Tech Survey
(survey closes 3/27/17)
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items added 4.20.17
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The mission of the California Registered Veterinary Technicians Association is to elevate the veterinary profession through the strengthening of the veterinary health care team. We seek to promote the role of the Registered Veterinary Technician by broadening our skills, knowledge, and professionalism and by securing representation of Registered Veterinary Technicians in the regulatory and legislative arena. The California Registered Veterinary Technicians Association strives to increase public awareness of the role of Registered Veterinary Technicians in veterinary medicine and our place in enhancing the welfare of our animal patients.The California Registered Veterinary Technicians Association is a 501(c)6 not-for-profit organization.
There are not enough registered veterinary technicians authorized to perform certain medical procedures and operate technical equipment independent of a veterinarian’s supervision. This 17-week course is accepted by the California Veterinary Medical Board under the California Alternate Route Program. The alternate route means the student completes a required number of hours working under the supervision of a veterinarian who certifies they are competent in specific clinical competencies. The VASE curriculum rounds out the requirements to sit for a state registered veterinary licensure exam by offering students the academic portion of the training.
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CaRVTA is the only statewide association for veterinary technicians run by veterinary technicians. We represent you at the Veterinary Medical Board and the legislature. We keep you informed about issues of interest. We also offer world-class CE at our annual Back-to-School Conference for technicians and assistants at UC Davis. Our web site keeps you informed about CE and our Job Board lets you know about jobs that are available. We also offer many great Member Benefits like free legal consultation and discounts on RVT schools and textbooks.To find out when your membership will expire,go to the Member Directory.
Memberships are good for one year from the date of renewal.
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Continuing Education Programs
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