• Teach CPR!

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    Hi everyone! Our company is Hiring Credentialed Veterinary Technicians to teach canine and feline CPR classes. Work around your current job for some extra money. We are expanding to offer our accredited and recognized Canine and Feline CPR and First Aid Certification Classes throughout the country. If you feel comfortable teaching people and would you be interested in joining our instructors team, please e mail a resume, cover letter and references to info.petemergency@gmail.com. Our clients include veterinary clinics, doggie daycares, training facilities, 4h clubs and more. Our company handles all administrative aspects of the classes including scheduling, processing of registrations and marketing. Instructors are independent contractors and are compensated a percentage of the registration fees in exchange for teaching. To learn more about the program go to http://l.facebook.com/l/kAQGBIE6mAQGOCPnEf4365VjljgyhmnsSSyHbNjGxLo9HTA/www.petemergencyeducation.com/instructors-program.html?m Hope to hear from you!!
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  • CE in SunValley!

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    2015 IVMA Annual Meeting Registration Please note cut off for early registration is May 22, 2015 IVMA Room price cut off is May 7, 2015 Sun Valley Inn 800‐786‐8259 Register online @ ivma.org Sunday, June 7th 8am — Noon -Basic immunology and vaccine principles -How Vaccines Work -Types of Vaccines -Recap all dog vaccines Noon – 1pm Lunch 1pm — 4pm -Recap all cat vaccines -Feline Injection site Sarcoma -Myth busters 4pm—5pmPet Insurance – Overview, Market Trends & Internal Learning - Pets Best insurance Monday, June 8th 8am—9:30am Bandaging for Technicians – Erica Mattox, CVT, VTS (ECC) 10am—11am CPR for technicians – Erica Mattox, CVT, VTS (ECC) 11am—Noon Purchasing medical equipment—Medeco Noon—1pm Lunch 1pm—5pm -Basic Nutrition -Pet Food Labels -Preventative Care in Veterinary Practice -Developing a Nutritional Counselor in Your Practice
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  • Become an ISVTA officer!

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    The ISVTA and chapters are in need of officers! There are several positions open. If you are not interested in being an officer but wish to help we are always looking for extra hands at events. For more information please contact the ISVTA today!
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The mission of the Idaho Society of Veterinary Technicians and Assistants (ISVTA) is to provide a forum for the support and interaction between Idaho’s veterinary technicians and assistants. In addition, we will encourage and promote professionalism, continuing education, and membership development. We will work to raise public awareness of veterinary health care issues and veterinary support staff duties and help foster good community/veterinary relations. We will act as the voice of the veterinary technicians and assistants in Idaho.

NEW CHAPTERS!  In an effort to reach everyone in Idaho who is interested in joining the ISVTA we are trying to set up chapters.  We now have Magic Valley SVTA, Eastern Idaho SVTA, and Southwest  Idaho SVTA.  We are looking for help in Northern Idaho!  If you are interested in the ISVTA contact us.

The ISVTA has 84 members as of May 3, 2014.  Membership numbers for 2013 reached an all time high at 145!

 

 

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Become a Member of Your State Association Today!

There is strength in numbers. By representing the majority of technicians and assistants within the State of Idaho, ISVTA gives each technician and assistant a voice within the State.

Membership Benefits

• A strong voice for Veterinary Technicians in Idaho.

• Access to the ISVTA.org membership page which  lists CE and job opportunities.

• Free continuing education classes.

• A statewide networking to share knowledge and problem solving strategies.

• Information and activities surrounding National Veterinary Technician Week and National Pet Week.

**Membership renewal is due in January of each year. Dues are $25.00 for the year.

Contact ISVTA  for membership application or register on line below

 

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