Attend Vet Tech School at Home (Distance Learning)

If you are a lifelong animal lover, who really cares about your pet, maybe you should consider taking that level of loving attention to the professional arena by becoming a veterinary technician. This is an exciting profession that the U.S. Department of Labor reports is heavily in demand through the next decade. Plus, you can learn the needed skills and receive the appropriate training while attending school dressed in your favorite pajamas.



Distance Learning Programs are AVMA Accredited
A common myth is that distance learning programs are inferior to traditional schooling. This is not true. The AVMA has accredited many distance learning programs, such as the Penn Foster veterinary technology program. Such programs are self-paced and offer students with busy schedules the chance to open new doors at their convenience.


Online is Conveniently Comfortable

People interested in pursuing training that will prepare them for an interesting career as a vet tech will be happy to learn there is no need to attend classes. At least, there is no need to go to a physical “brick and mortar” school and sit at a desk in a classroom. Today’s technology provides individuals the opportunity to attend “cyberspace” school by going online to learn to be a vet tech. The only tools you need, besides comfortable pajamas, are a computer with a high-speed Internet connection to your home. There’s no longer a need to pick out your daily attire, gas up your vehicle pack or purchase a lunch or even rush quickly to make that scheduled lecture on campus at a specific time. Imagine being able to “attend” class whenever you want – at your chosen time. This is a great benefit for people working full time seeking to change careers but needing to go “back” to school in order to get the necessary training. Imagine being able to comfortably “commute” to vet tech school at nights or on the weekends. So, no need to quit a job to pursue schooling.


Costs are Considerably Reduced

Online study will dramatically reduce the traditional costs for attending school for vet tech training. Although there are some tuition and other related fees, internet and book costs as well, there are many savings that make online study quite attractive. Traditional school attendance is usually associated with a number of expenses including clothing, transportation and meals. Plus, don’t forget the amount of time needed to accomplish travel and attendance at a traditional vet tech school. No parking permit fees or student union fees since, well, there typically is no online student social type of participation that would require such a fee.


Distance Learning is Enjoyable

One of the greatest benefits any individual can experience through online study is having a great deal of fun. Remember attending school in your pajamas? Plus, distance learning removes all that unwanted peer pressure. There is no classroom competition with other students where part of your grade includes how many times you raise your hand in class to answer a teacher’s question. You do not have to share your progress grades with anyone. Additionally, you have no pressure due to age or other personal attributes that might make you stick out in a classroom. You can pursue your education in s good semblance of anonymity despite any physical characteristic you possess as long as you have that unyielding compassion for animals.

There are a ton of benefits for any individual seeking an online training course to become a vet tech. Yes, there is a need for some self-discipline keeping you consistent in your study habits in order to complete an online degree program. However, determined individuals studying online can complete the necessary requirements dressed in their pajamas.

Penn Foster College
A.A.S. in Veterinary Technology
Penn Foster College - Distance Learning Program
Become a vet tech in as little as 1 year. The Penn Foster Veterinary Technician associate degree program is fully accredited by the AVMA.
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  • Christina Emerson

    Hi my name is Christina Emerson and I am interested in learning more about online courses to be a vet. tech. Would you be able to give me a link to a place that I can sign up for classes.I was also wondering if it is possible to get grants and financial aid for online courses. You can let me know back at the email address that I provided. Thanks so much!
    Christina

  • amber dunavant

    Hi my name ia amber Dunavant. I graduated highschool in 2009. I am very interested in becoming a vet tech. I was also wondering about grants and financial aid for online classes. Please email me with information. Thanks.

  • Amber leathers

    Please email me more about the program. Thanks

  • Samantha Jones

    Please email me more about the veterinary tech program, thank you!

  • Kathy T

    I am very interested in working in the veterinarian field..I love animals. I am a recovered alcoholic/addict and need some financial aid for school. Are there any programs out there for me. At 54 yrs. old, I finally have my life back and want to make it even better.