The P&E is required for veterinary technicians to obtain their Registered status as outlined in By-Law #2 of the Ontario Association of Veterinary Technicians. This one-day workshop provides a remarkable opportunity to engage in an interactive learning environment alongside practicing and experienced RVTs. The outcome of the seminar will be to develop an understanding of the professionalism and ethics demanded in our highly specialized profession.
Participants will explore real work situations and challenges of being a professional RVT. Specific goals of this tailored workshop include:
- Understanding the importance of a defined protocol in your work environment
- Situations that frustrate RVTs and how to handle them
- Working with other professionals in a regulated environment
- The potential implications of actions or inaction in a variety of real life situations
- How to communicate boundaries to other professionals
- Everything an RVT needs to know about working within the Ontario regulated environment
- How professionalism and ethics affects the role of technicians in a variety of environments.
- Helping RVTs to understand how to work within the boundaries and requirements of the self-regulated profession
Workshop materials and presentations are facilitated and led by practiced RVTs who help guide the learning process through real case studies and analysis.
Participants appreciate gaining an eye opening understanding of the RVT profession from a perspective that will enable them to feel confident at the workplace, when faced with challenging situations and decisions.
Location: Seneca College of Applied Arts and Technology
13990 Dufferin St. N.
King City, ON