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  • Home - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    a Tour 719 219 9636 Curriculum About Accreditation Blog Home Small Class Sizes Amazing Hands On Learning Become a Credentialed Veterinary Technician or a Veterinary Assistant Please use the navigation links at the top of the page or the quick links below Schedule a tour of our school Learn more about our Veterinary Technology and Veterinary Assisting programs Learn more about our school and instructors Check out our Facebook page to see student events and news The Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology offers one of the top curricula available for becoming a veterinary technician and our veterinary assistant program is helping to fill a demand for knowledgeable and professional assistants We also offer continuing education courses for veterinary professionals of all levels Consider a career working in a veterinary clinic CAVT is an educational resource for all veterinary professionals in the Colorado Springs area Our focus is on maintaining and elevating veterinary professions and the quality of education of those practicing in the veterinary field We achieve this through small classes practical experience for our students courses that are reviewed and updated as industry standards and knowledge change and involvement in the organizations that drive and shape the industry You

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  • Schedule a Tour - (719) 219-9636 - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    process starts with a visit to our campus where you can see our small class sizes in action and meet with our faculty and staff We are excited about what we offer here and we know when you see it that you will be too If you are interested in learning more about our available programs please let us know by filling out the short form below We ll contact

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  • Curriculum - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    veterinary technician program is a two year degree program Upon graduation students may sit for the Veterinary Technician National Exam VTNE Successful test candidates are then eligible to apply for their credentials as CVT LVT or RVT depending upon their state of residence Veterinary Technician as defined by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America are educated to be the veterinarian s nurse laboratory technician radiography technician anesthetist surgical nurse and client educator The program is designed to build professionals that will uphold and further the field of veterinary technology and enjoy a stable career in a veterinary clinic Veterinary Assisting The veterinary assistant program is two quarters long The course is designed to enable graduates to assist veterinary technicians in their duties A certified veterinary assistant will learn how to effectively run the front office of a veterinary clinic or kennel The Veterinary Assistant program is not required for the Veterinary Technician program but is instead a stand alone option to help students build this specific skill set If you feel you are the kind of person who can make a career out of helping animals becoming a veterinary assistant is a great place to start Click here to tour our school CAVT Catalog 2015 The Curricula Course Progression Veterinary Technology Quarter 1 VT 101 Algebra and Pre Medical Mathematics VT 102 Biochemistry VT 103 Career Development and Technology VT 104 English Composition and Communication VT 105 Introduction to Veterinary Technology Quarter 2 VT 201 Anatomy and Physiology I VT 202 Medical Mathematics VT 203 Medical Terminology I Quarter 3 VT 301 Anatomy and Physiology II VT 302 Basic Nursing VT 303 Medical Terminology II Quarter 4 VT 401 Intermediate Nursing VT 402 Nutrition VT 403 Parasitology VT 404 Pharmacology Quarter 5 VT 501 Anesthesia VT 502 Clinical

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  • About - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    in microbiology from Biola University and teaches Chemistry Biology and Clinical Microbiology Jenyva Turner Instructor Ms Turner is a graduate of the graphics design program at Wyoming s Northwest College and the Zoo Technology program of Pikes Peak Community College in Colorado Springs She is a full time zookeeper in the African Rift Valley exhibit at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and is an avid volunteer for pursuits related to academic ornithology and the care of wild fowl Ms Turner is the primary instructor for the course in exotic animal veterinary technology including species characteristics handling and restraint nutrition and husbandry and the basics of medical assisting John Davis DVM MS MBA Instructor Dr Davis is a dual degree bachelor s and Master s degree Parasitology and Tropical Medicine graduate of the University of New Mexico Prior to entering veterinary medicine Dr Davis was an officer rank submariner in the US Navy and continues service as a Captain in the United States Public Health Service Reserve Dr Davis also earned an MBA degree Medical Management and attended the College of Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University Dr Davis is the principal of Rio Cucharas Veterinary Clinic in Walsenburg CO and teaches the veterinary technology of cattle and small ruminants including species characteristics husbandry handling and restraint and clinical and nursing procedures Liza Dadone VMD Instructor Dr Dadone is a graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania and fulfilled extensive post graduate clinical experiences in the specialty of zoological medicine She is the Head Veterinarian at the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo where she hosts student internships and helps coordinate cooperative experiences between the Zoo and the CAVT The emphasis of the latter can include students participation in medical care of the diversity of species in the zoo s collection under her direct supervision She also lectures on selected topics in exotic animal medicine Dr Cristy Fisher DVM Adjunct Instructor Dr Fisher is a practicing veterinarian here in Colorado Springs She earned her BS in Zoology with a minor in German at Colorado State University and her D V M at the Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences in 2001 She has practiced in Arizona and Colorado and is now the Medical Director at the Pine Creek Veterinary Hospital in Colorado Springs Colleen Hallahan CVT Instructor Colleen is an outstanding graduate of the Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology She instructs in the veterinary technology program in the areas of Medical Terminology Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Skills and has clinical experience in shelter and emergency medicine Crystal Miller CVT Instructor Before moving to Colorado Crystal was the practice manager of a small animal clinic in Arkansas for nine years She graduated from the Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology in December 2014 and successfully passed the VTNE Exam in April 2015 Crystal is now a Certified Veterinary Technician and currently teaches several courses in the Veterinary Technician program Kim Speltz CVT VTS Anesthesia Instructor Kim originally received

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  • Blog - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
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  • Gainful Employment Disclosures - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
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  • Consumer Information - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    estimates for books and supplies Estimates for room and board charges and transportation costs Laboratory and other required fees Withdrawal procedures refunds and return of student aid including Requirements for officially withdrawing from school Refund policy for return of unearned tuition and fees Requirements for return of federal grant or loan funds CLICK HERE FOR LINK TO Treatment of Title IV Aid Accreditation and licensure including Agencies associations and governmental bodies that accredit approve or license the CAVT and its veterinary technology program Procedures by which documents describing accreditation procedures may be reviewed Contact information for filing complaints with accrediting bodies and the Colorado state licensing body Disability services Services and facilities available to students with disabilities including students with intellectual disabilities FSA eligibility for study abroad None available at the CAVT Transfer credit policies including Established criteria the CAVT uses regarding transfer of credit earned at another institution Any schools with which the CAVT has an articulation agreement currently None Contact information including Titles of persons designated by the school to provide information to enrolled and prospective students and information regarding how and where these persons may be contacted Penalties and institutional policies on copyright infringement including This CAVT statement against copyright infringement Copyright infringement is the act of exercising without permission or legal authority one or more of the exclusive rights granted to the copyright owner under section 106 of the Copyright Act Title 17 of the United States Code These rights include the right to reproduce or distribute a copyrighted work In the file sharing context downloading or uploading substantial parts of a copyrighted work without authority constitutes an infringement Penalties for copyright infringement include civil and criminal penalties In general anyone found liable for civil copyright infringement may be ordered to pay either actual damages or statutory damages affixed at not less than 750 and not more than 30 000 per work infringed For willful infringement a court may award up to 150 000 per work infringed A court can in its discretion also assess costs and attorneys fees For details see Title 17 United States Code Sections 504 505 Willful copyright infringement can also result in criminal penalties including imprisonment of up to five years and fines of up to 250 000 per offense For more information please see the website of the U S Copyright Office at www copyright gov A summary of the penalties for violation of federal copyright laws A summary of the CAVT policy against peer to peer file sharing including disciplinary actions that may be taken against students who engage in illegal downloading or unauthorized distribution of copyrighted materials using the CAVT information technology system The legal alternatives for downloading or otherwise acquiring copyrighted material based on the CAVT s periodic review Retention and placement rates Gainful employment disclosures Campus crime and safety report Textbook information including pricing and ISBN numbers Loan counseling Drug and alcohol abuse prevention including Information about preventing drug and alcohol abuse Standards of conduct that

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  • Accreditation - Colorado Academy of Veterinary Technology
    is accredited by the Commission of the Council on Occupational Education COE Inquiries may be made with COE by calling 770 396 3898 The Council s mailing address 7840 Roswell Road Building 300 Suite 325 Atlanta GA 30350 They may be located on the web at www council org The CAVT veterinary technology program is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association Inquiries may be made to the Committee on Veterinary Technician Education and Activities CVTEA by calling 847 925 8070 Mailing address for CVTEA 1931 N Meacham Road Suite 100 Schaumburg IL 60173 4360 They may be found on the web at www avma org The CAVT veterinary assistant program is nationally approved by the National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America NAVTA CAVT students are eligible to take the test to become an Approved Veterinary Assistant AVA after graduation The NAVTA website and full list of nationally approved programs is available at https navta site ym com page vet assistants The CAVT is approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education Division of Private Occupational Schools They may be contacted at 303 866 4184 Their address is CO Dept Of Higher Education Division of Private Occupational

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