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School Facilities

Veterinary Technical Institute maintains an administrative office and library, and contains the necessary equipment to admit students, deliver lectures, and provide student guidance through both teleconferencing and videoconferencing, which is sufficient to meet the needs of the school and its students, and is conducive to the online learning format of program delivery. Communication with students is done via telephone, email, computer, or mail. Current and relevant books and periodicals may be loaned or purchased from this facility to aid students and faculty in further research for personal interest and increased knowledge. A list of available resources can be requested from the school. Library resources and information services are available for students and faculty. All hands-on training is conducted at a veterinary clinic local to the student in our laboratory and externship programs.

Program Delivery

Once students begin their guided online 20-week Small Animal Technician or 4-week Veterinary Receptionist coursework, they will meet with their instructor online once a week to review material, demonstrate their ability to comprehend what they have learned, verify course progress and work on their job placement until achieved

Enrollment Requirements

Student Enrollment requires for the student to complete, sign and return the Student Enrollment Agreement, provide proof of a high school diploma or its equivalent or pass an ability to benefit test (CPAt) with a scaled score of 118 or better and be interviewed by the school’s admissions representative to ensure their commitment to the program.

Please contact the school for more information regarding program policies, tuition, payment plans, and placement assistance, or see the School Catalog

How the Job Placement Process Works

Students who have completed the registration process and demonstrate their tuition payment for their program of interest will immediately begin job placement assistance through VTI at a veterinary clinic within their local area.

Students will be coached through the process of developing a cover letter and resume, learning interview skills and negotiating hiring terms. They will additionally receive guidance on preferred methods of achieving clinic placement.

Phone: (239) 592-1219
E-mail: info [ at ]
3510 Kraft Rd, Suite 200
Naples, FL 34105

Veterinary Technical Institute is a private vocational postsecondary school licensed by
the Commission for Independent Education, Florida Department of Education, License #1803, since 1995.