In this course, students develop practical workplace techniques for veterinary office procedures to develop customer service and veterinary team support skills. Upon completion of this course, students will be able to use veterinary software to manage records and financial applications, maximize client interactions, and participate in day-to-day operations of a veterinary facility. PREREQUISITE: Admission to Veterinary Technician or Veterinary Assistant plan and COREQUISITE: 10091100 Animal Care and Management.

Pre-Requisites
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Classes
  • Veterinary Business Practices (62136)
    Web-Enhanced
    New Richmond
    8/26/2019 - 12/20/2019
    Days & Times: Mon, Thurs: 9:30 AM - 11:20 AM
    Facility: 1313 Computer Lab New Richmond
    Instructor: Tracey Heyder-Kitching
    Tuition: $542.25
    Status: Full
    Seats Available: N/A

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