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Heritage Opens New Career Training Course

Heritage Opens New Career Training Course

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The Heritage Institute campus in Ft Myers has begun taking applications for enrollment in its new Veterinary Technician program. The Heritage Veterinary Technician school program trains veterinary technicians for work in private clinics, laboratories, and animal hospitals.
The Heritage Institute campus in Ft Myers has begun taking applications for enrollment in its new Veterinary Technician program. The Heritage Veterinary Technician school program trains veterinary technicians for work in private clinics, laboratories, and animal hospitals.

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Heritage Opens New Career Training Course The Heritage Institute campus in Ft Myers has begun taking applications

for enro llment in its new Veterinary Technician program. The Heritage Veterinary Technic ian school program trains veterinary technicians for work in private clinics, la boratories, and animal hospitals. Fort Myers, FL, April 03, 2013 -- The Heritage Institute campus in Ft Myers has begun taking applications for enrollment in its new Veterinary Technician progra m.

â Weâ re really excited about this program,â said Heritage Institute Director Eva Hutson. e offers training that serves real needs in our communities. We are committed to offering veterinary technician training that helps veterinarians become more ef fective in caring for their animal patients.â The Heritage Veterinary Technician school program trains veterinary technicians for work in private clinics, laboratories, and animal hospitals. Their jobs may be physically or emotionally demanding, as well as deeply satisfying. Veterinary technicians observe the behavior and condition of animal patients and monitor their clinical symptoms. They can perform emergency first aid or other life-saving procedures. Veterinary technicians are trained to perform laboratory tests and x-rays, and administer medications, vaccines, serums, or treatments a s prescribed by veterinarians. They also administer anesthesia to animals during surgery and provide after surgery care for animals. Their duties may also inclu de collecting, preparing, and labeling samples for laboratory testing, culture, or microscopic examination. Veterinary technicians are valuable to veterinarians because they make it possib le for doctors to treat more animal patients and because they can improve the qu ality of care those patients receive. Students in the Veterinary Technician program will enjoy classroom education plu s hands-on training in the schoolâ s new veterinary laboratory. Interested parties are encouraged to visit the Heritage Institute Fort Myers vet erinary technician school: www.heritage-education.com/fortmyersveterinarytechnicianschool_1a.htm or to call the Heritage Admissions Department at (239) 936-5822. Contact : Jay Casper Heritage Education 4704 Harlan Street Suite 420 Denver, CO 80212 877-875-9085 jayc@heritage-education.com http://www.heritage-education.com/

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