VETERINARY ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT
Would you love to spend your day working with animals? The Veterinary Administrative Assistant program at Eastern College combine hands-on clinical experience with administrative support training to prepare you for a role in the world of veterinary care.
Whether providing clinical assistance or handling client communication, graduates from these programs are essential to the operation of every veterinary clinic.
- 6-week field placement
- Classroom settings that mimic real-world veterinary clinics
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The Veterinary Administrative Assistant Diploma program will qualify grads to pursue positions in veterinary clinics, animal care agencies, or positions in pet stores.
EMPLOYERS WHO HAVE RECENTLY HIRED EASTERN GRADS
- Pet Smart
- Hound Tales Inn
- Annapolis Animal Hospital
- Complete Care Hospital 4 Pets
- Clayton Park Veterinary Hospital
Grade 12 or equivalent or academic achievement test passed. Please call the campus for more details.
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