Center for Continuing Professional Education

BTS Seminar General Information

Seminar Details

  • Save money with pre-registraton
  • Live webinar option in two tracks
  • Alternate Route CE credits
  • Meets new CE requirements
  • Multiple concurrent sessions
  • Workshops 
  • Meets Veterinary Medical Board radiation safety training requirements

Registration on the day of the event will take place from 7 a.m. – 8:30 a.m. in the foyer of Gladys Valley Hall. See the registration page when available for the cost of the two day or one day option. Morning continental breakfast, lunch and afternoon refreshments will be provided.

A syllabus will be provided on a flash drive or URL link only with your registration fee.  No hard copies of the syllabus will be available.  We recommend you bring a lap top if you would like to view the syllabus on-site.

Why Attend?

The demands placed on today's veterinary medical team for expert patient care have never been greater.

Your procedures and techniques need to be updaed frequently to keep up with the rapid changes in knowledge, materials, and technology occurring in veterinary medicine. 

Continuing veterinary medical education is a good source of the newest methods, materials, and procedures to enable you to deliver uqality care worthy of your reputation and standards.

As of July 1, 2013, all RVTs will be required to complete 20 yours of Continuing Education during the 2 years prior to renewing their licenses.  Courses completed at this conference can be applied toward meeting this requirement.

RVT Certification is mroe accessible than ever with "The Alternate Route."  Since 1994 unregistered veterinary assistants with three years of on-the-job training and 20 semester untis, 30 quarter untis, or 300 hours of specific continuing veterinary medical education, can apply for the RVT exam.

Earn CE Credits

Earn up to 16 hours of continuing education credit.

CaRVTA Members

Be sure to stop by the CaRVTA exhibit to receive your “special member gift”.  Join the CaRVTA Board for our Annual Membership Meeting (TBD).  We will also be providing updates on our Associations activities. Take this opportunity to get to know your Board and fellow Association members. All members and prospective members are welcome.

  • Join - membership appication available online
  • Learn more about "The Alternate Route"


Seminar participants are invited to explore our exhibit area during registrtion, lunch and refreshment breaks. Exhibitor representatives will be available to answer your questions and provide information about products and services.