Veterinary Receptionist Program

Learn new skills and prep for certification to become a veterinary receptionist.

You’ll always speak with a real human.
Our Career Advisors know their stuff. And they’re super nice.

Veterinary Receptionist Program

Learn new skills and prep for certification to become a veterinary receptionist.

You’ll always speak with a real human.
Our Career Advisors know their stuff. And they’re super nice.

Vet Receptionist Training: A Tiny Investment for Infinite Success

You’re busy. You’ve got bills to pay. And you need stability. With one small investment in our veterinary receptionist program, you could find the peace of mind, salary, and job satisfaction you’ve been looking for. The best part is that you could take the first big step right now.

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    270 Hours of Study

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    Complete in as Little as 8 Months

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    $21,170-$30,460 Average Salary*

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    22% Predicted 10-Year Job Growth*

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Unleash your full potential for a more fulfilling life and career. We’ll help.

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6 Reasons to Complete Your Veterinary Receptionist Training With CareerStep

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Study on your schedule.

24/7 web access means you can learn whenever and wherever you want—fitting study time in and around your other commitments.

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Ask for help anytime.

Your training is online, but you’re never alone. Real people support you every step of the way by phone, live chat, and email.

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Get in and out quickly.

You can complete your training and be ready to start working at a veterinary clinic in as little as eight months from now.

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Kickstart your critter career.

You’ll gain diverse knowledge and skills that enable you to work as a veterinary assistant and/or receptionist, or even as a medical office manager.

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Help animals every day.

Be the person those big sad eyes see in their hour of need. It’s a good feeling to be trained and able to give pets the TLC they require when injured or ill.

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Earn dependable income.

The average annual wage for a veterinary receptionist is between $21,170 and $30,460.* That, plus the potential for health benefits, buys you peace of mind.

Our Happy Learners Say It Best

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Loving CareerStep so far! I started the vet office manager/vet assistant course last month and I'm enjoying the course. I love that it's self-paced. Whenever I have a question to ask my advocate or need technical support, they're always quick to respond and resolve the issue same day. I'd recommend CareerStep to everyone!

CareerStep has helped me in so many ways with school. Since my husband is in the military, we move a lot which makes it super difficult for me to physically attend college. Not only did I learn something from this online course, I now have a jumpstart on the career field I want to work in. The counselors have been so helpful with anything I needed too. I highly recommend this program if college is hard to commit too.

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1. Start today.

Begin your training (and transformation) right now.

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2. Finish fast.

Complete your training in record-time.

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3. Get hired.

With community support and interview training.

Ready to Dive In?

Sign up online now to start the Veterinary Receptionist program.

What You’ll Learn

Our elite veterinary receptionist training courses prepare you for a wide range of medical jobs—for pets and even people too. So you can begin working from day-one with total competence (and confidence).

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Standard Procedures

Become familiar with standard procedures and management of hospitals, exam rooms, and offices (for four- and two-legged patients), including documentation and finances.

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Small & Large Animal Nursing

Get to know more about all the animals you’ll likely encounter, as well as how to do surgical preparation and assisting.

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Communication & Client Relations

Master the lingo and learn to speak like a medical pro. Discover how to handle yourself in a range of situations for all our tail-wagging friends.

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Laboratory & Pharmacology

Learn about animal pharmacy and pharmacology, plus radiology and ultrasound for imaging and treating your shaggy patients.

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