Animal health technologists and veterinary technicians provide technical support to veterinarians by caring for animals and assisting in the diagnosis and treatment of animal health disorders. They are employed in veterinary clinics, animal hospitals, animal shelters, humane societies, zoos, animal research laboratories, pharmaceutical companies and government. (National Occupational Classification)
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The University of Manitoba does not offer training in Animal Health Technology. Please view the links below for more information about education programs in Canada. If you are a University of Manitoba student who would like assistance determining an education plan for your unique occupational goals, speak with a Career Consultant.
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Information for foreign-trained Animal Health Technologists and Veterinary Technicians - Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials
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Date modified: December 11, 2019