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Vet Tech Graduates Achieve 100 Percent Completion Rate on National Exam | Print |


September 20, 2013
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All 21 of Jefferson College's recent Veterinary Technology grads who took the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) passed. The VTNE is used to evaluate entry-level veterinary technicians' competency to practice and to be credentialed. Completion of the exam is the first step toward obtaining a license to practice veterinary technology.

All 21 of Jefferson College's recent Veterinary Technology grads who took the Veterinary Technician National Examination (VTNE) passed. The VTNE is used to evaluate entry-level veterinary technicians' competency to practice and to be credentialed. Completion of the exam is the first step toward obtaining a license to practice veterinary technology.

The college's Veterinary Technology program combines the study of college-level general education courses and extensive course work in science and animal health theory and practice designed to prepare graduates for careers as registered veterinary technicians. Admission into the program is competitive.

Full-time Veterinary Technology Program personnel include Dana Nevois, Dr. Robin Duntze, and Charlie Roberts, in addition to adjunct instructor James Fallert.

 
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