Purposes, requirements and obligations of accredited veterinarians
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Published by United States Department of Agriculture. Veterinary Services in [s.l.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Veterinarians -- Professional ethics.,
  • Veterinary medicine.

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Edition Notes

StatementRobert E. Wagner and Stanley L. Diesch.
SeriesAccredited veterinarians and animal health -- 1
ContributionsDiesch, Stanley L., United States. Veterinary Services.
The Physical Object
Pagination36p. ;
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21542645M

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Definitions and Purposes of Accreditation Accreditation in higher education is a collegial process based on self and peer assessment. Its purpose is the improvement of academic quality and public accountability. This continuing quality control process occurs usually every five to ten years.   The mission of the National Veterinary Accreditation Program is to provide accredited veterinarians with the information they need to ensure the health of the Nations’ livestock and animal population and to protect the public health and well-being. If You Are a Veterinarian. If You Are Trying to Locate an Accredited Veterinarian. Accreditation is achieved through a review process conducted by an external review panel of practitioners and academics, which verifies that the program meets the requirements of an accredited college of veterinary medicine. The AVMA COE is not responsible for the accuracy or timeliness of any accredited status representations on any other website. Users’ guide to the Standards for VET Accredited Courses. ASQA has developed this Users’ guide to assist course developers and owners to understand their obligations under the Standards for VET Accredited Courses View the Standards About the Standards Download the guide (PDF).

For the purposes of these policies and procedures, the terms “animal health” and “veterinary” are defined for the curricula and the requirements for equipment and instructional resources. All information related to the accreditation of a veterinary technology program is strictly confidential. This includes, but is not limited to. A VET accredited course must fulfil a training need not addressed by a training package or address training in a new or emerging area. ASQA can accredit a VET course for all qualification types recognised under the AQF that are eligible for delivery within the VET sector, including: Certificate I; Certificate II; Certificate III; Certificate IV; Diploma. All RTOs must collect a range of data from their students and report all their delivery activity (known as Total VET activity) to the National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), at least annually.. This includes full Australian Vocational Education and Training Management Information Statistical Standard (AVETMISS) data, as per the National VET Data Policy. For information on AQF requirements, refer to: The AQF Second Edition, which provides the complete set of AQF policies and objectives, and information about the governing and monitoring arrangements for the AQF The AQF Qualifications Issuance Policy which sits within the AQF Second Edition AQF Certification Documentation: An Explanation, which explains the information required by the AQF.

European Association of Establishments for Veterinary Education Document approved by the Executive Committee on January 26 requirements may apply for pets, food producing animals and also for teaching of LASM2 since any of those animal species may be used for research purposes. Veterinarians must have a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from an accredited veterinary college, as well as a state license. Pay. The median annual wage for veterinarians was $95, in May Job Outlook. Employment of veterinarians is projected to grow 18 percent from to , much faster than the average for all occupations. Accredited veterinarian. A veterinarian approved by the Administrator in accordance with the provisions of part of this subchapter to perform functions specified in subchapters B, C, and D of this chapter. Administrator. The Administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service or any individual authorized to act for the Administrator.   If you need the assistance of an accredited veterinarian, contact your local Veterinary Services NVAP Coordinator and please include your Zip Code and County. Still have questions? Export requirements frequently change, obtain the current export requirements from the Veterinary Services service center in your area before each shipment.