Most state and provincial agencies use the Veterinary Technician National Exam (VTNE®) to evaluate the competency of entry-level veterinary technicians and require a passing score for a veterinary technician to be credentialed.
RACE® is one of the key programs provided by the AAVSB. The purpose of the RACE program is to develop and apply uniform standards related to providers and programs of continuing education (CE) in veterinary medicine.
Veterinary Care Elite validates and recognizes the regulated veterinary technicians who have met the profession's highest standards as set by the AAVSB's Member Boards. The AAVSB will do that by verifying their education, regulation credentials, and professional conduct, affirming its belief that a robust and efficient regulatory process will support and advance the veterinary profession.
The American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB) is pleased to announce the winner of the inaugural Veterinary Technician National Examination Celebrating Diversity Award is Tiana Smith, a graduating Veterinary Technology senior from Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
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The AAVSB is thrilled to introduce this award which is to be given to a veterinary technician or nursing student from an AVMA-CVTEA or CVMA accredited veterinary technology or nursing program. This award will be presented to a minority student who has been traditionally underrepresented in the veterinary technician profession.