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South Carolina Association of Veternary Technicians
 
 
Mission Statement:

Dedicated to increasing public awareness of the vital role licensed technicians play in the veterinary healthcare team and to provide professional unity within South Carolina.
 
 
 
Veterinary Technician Oath

I solemnly dedicate myself to aiding animals and society by providing excellent care and services for animals, by alleviating animal suffering, and by promoting public health. I accept my obligations to practice my profession conscientiously and with sensitivity, adhering to the profession's Code of Ethics, and furthering my knowledge and competence through a commitment to lifelong learning.
 
 
News

Congratulations to Jeanna Lineberger our new President, Melissa Entrekin our new President Elect, Erin Bouchillon our new Piedmont District Rep and Aimee Norris our new Midlands District Rep. Way to go ladies!
 
 
 
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2016 Small Animal Academy
March 20th at the Columbia Marriott
 
 
SC State Law requires all Veterinary Technicians to have 10 hours of continuing education (CE) every two years. The CE for each renewal period is counted from April 1st of the new year until March 31st of the renewal year, for example: This means that the most current license renewal will allow you to count CE from April 1, 2012 until March 31, 2014. Any CE attended up through March 31st of this year counts toward the last 2 years. Any CE obtained between April 1, 2013 and March 31, 2015 will count toward the following renewal.