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Sunday, August 13 • 4:45pm - 5:35pm
The road to becoming a veterinary technician specialist

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Due to a growing interest amongst veterinary technicians and nurses to attain an advanced level of knowledge, skills and certification in a particular field, the first veterinary technician specialist (VTS) academy was formed in 1996.  In 2016 there are now 12 recognised specialist academies with over 750 technicians designated VTS’s.   Each Academy develops pathways through application and examination in which a candidate must demonstrate advanced skills and knowledge in order to be awarded the designation of Veterinary Technician Specialist.

**Nurse Congress Proceedings will be available on a USB in your congress bag

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Trish Farry

Trish Farry is an certified nurse with specialist qualifications in Emergency/Critical Care and Anaesthesia/Analgesia.  She is an Associate Lecturer and clinical instructor in anaesthesia, within the School of Veterinary Science at The University of Queensland, and co-coordinates the final year of Bachelor of Veterinary Technology... Read More →


Sunday August 13, 2017 4:45pm - 5:35pm
Room 8