CVC Virginia Beach: Step up …

CVC Virginia Beach: Step up …

To your next set of skills. To next-level career opportunities. To the path back to that "I'm new in veterinary practice" excitement. Seriously. Let's do this.
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Apr 25, 2017
By dvm360.com staff

Where there’s a will, there’s a way. All you need is a learning spirit. We’ll provide the plan and the chance to meet like-minded team members in Virginia Beach May 18-21 ... and we’ll put you on the path to greater job satisfaction.

Here’s a look at just four steps you could take to grow your role, boost your influence, and become a stronger player on your practice team. Each step is made of two sessions being held at CVC Virginia Beach, and each one has a basic level session and an advanced session. Not seeing that one thing that’s sparking excitement in practice for you today? Look at more of the CVC program and assemble a custom CE plan from hundreds of hours of education to put together a path that leads straight to your personal career goals. You could...

> Become the practice manager

> Become the diva of dental

> Become a behavior advocate

> Get yourself on the path to VTS

> Become a diagnostics wizard—or dream up something else entirely. The veterinary world is your oyster.

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