Your Path to Becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician
Prepare yourself for a future in the world of veterinary medicine. OC Veterinary Assistant School is solely dedicated to providing quality education at an affordable price to new and current veterinary professionals. If you are looking to become a Vet Tech OCVAS can show you the way.
LIKE TO WORK WITH ANIMALS?
OCVAS specializes in training veterinary professionals. Learn from Veterinarian's, RVT's, and Education Professionals with decades of experience. Whether you are looking to begin working with animals or have many years of experience, we have the right classes for you.
It is the Mission of OC Veterinary Assistant School to provide students with an affordable educational option to achieve their desired professional goals as a Veterinary Assistant or Alternative Route Registered Veterinary Technician. OC Veterinary Assistant School is committed to helping those working in a veterinary hospital to further their knowledge and skills, and to help those aspiring to work in an animal hospital become a welcome addition to the veterinary industry.
ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Putting Students First
At OC Veterinary Assistant School our staff is dedicated to providing students with a rich and diverse learning environment. We are here to walk with you through your journey in becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician. OC Veterinary Assistant School is owned and operated by Veterinarians, Registered Veterinary Technicians, and Education Professionals.
At OCVAS we offer a unique method to becoming a Registered Veterinary Technician. This method is described as the "Alternate Route." The Alternate Route is an accelerated pathway to a Registered Veterinary Technician License, this pathway is approved by the California Veterinary Medical Board. This allows people the opportunity to work full time at a veterinary clinic while they attend classes just two days per week.
OCVAS is proud to also offer the Veterinary Attendant Program. This program is intended for those who are new to veterinary medicine and have little or no clinical experience. Veterinary Attendant students are given an internship at a local veterinary hospital alongside their classes. This helps to give students a real sense of what it takes to be a Veterinary Attendant, Receptionist, Assistant, or Technician. All graduates are given job placement assistance.