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Guide to obtaining your International Veterinary Technician Specialty
Free Webinar brought to you by Hill’s Pet Nutrition Canada
November 24, 2020
November 24, 2020
The role of a veterinary technician/technologist/nurse covers a large variety of tasks involving all areas of medicine. With the evolution of veterinary medicine being provided to patients, registered technicians are given the opportunity to evolve, and develop skills beyond that received from a veterinary technician program. To become an internationally recognized specialist allows technicians advancements, and unique opportunities in their career. Join us as we look at the steps required to proceed with becoming a Veterinary Technician Specialist.
When is it?
USA and Canada
Date: Tuesday, 24 November 2020
Time: 20:00 EST
Australia and New Zealand
Date: Wednesday, 25 November 2020
Time: 12:00 AEDT [Sydney] | 14:00 NZDT [Auckland]
All Countries are Invited to Join this Webinar! To check the time in your zone/country, please click here.
Note: This webinar is being recorded. If you are unable to attend the live lecture, a link to the recording will be shared with you a few days following the lecture.
RVT, VTS (Nutrition)
Robin graduated from the now TRU University in 1996, with a diploma in Animal Health Technology. She worked as an RVT in small and mixed animal practices until 2009, when she changed paths to manage a large canine, feline and equine boarding facility. During 2001-2014, Robin bred and handled International Champion Chihuahuas and invested her free time in Endurance/Competitive Trail riding, and equine alternative therapies (muscle/energy testing, massage therapy, and behaviour training). In 2014, Robin returned to work as an RVT at her current place of employment, Ranch Docs Veterinary Service. Robin has aided in the fast growth of the clinic, training new staff, taking responsibility for the social media and in 2018 becoming the Practice Manager. Along with her new role, Robin successfully completed her VTS in Nutrition (June 2019), and a Certificate in Small Business Human Resources (October 2019). Her passion for nutrition is apparent to those who have attended a session, where she has spoken on nutrition, effective communication and team building. She has recently been published in the NAVTA Journal (winter edition 2019) and the Canadian Vet Tech Practice (December issue). She looks forward to sharing her passions as an RVT with others. “Nutrition is a part of every pet, every day”.