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Horizon School of Veterinary Assisting 2009 EAB Conference Graduation and Employment: Program Evaluation, Graduate Follow up & Advisory Committees
Graduation Starts with the application process – Essay questions – Interview process Realistic expectations of program – Responsibilities/time for program – Schedules/Attendance policies – Accelerated nature – Requirements for continuation in program/graduation
Graduation Starts with the application process – Previous educational experience GPA – Math – Science English/drama Out side interest/experience – Life Experience Previous employment/observation in veterinary world Responsibility levels in life
Graduation Continues throughout the year – Open Door/Supportive environment – Evaluation of students grade trends – Team approach to learning
Employment Realistic Expectations of Career – Clients vs. patients – Pay scale – Not Your pet – Job responsibilities/hours – Financial decision making/clients Career/job/professionalism Ability/lack of ability to save them all Internship
Program Evaluation Student Evaluation questionnaire – Each semester – 3 months/1 year post graduation – Open lines of communication Employer Evaluation questionnaire – Internship – Post employment – Random Survey
Program Evaluation Educator/Manager meetings – Comparison to new and updated AVMA issues – New ideas – Ensure coverage of non-technical skills
Graduate Follow up Evaluation of employer by student – Internship – Real job Evaluation of student by employer – Internship – Real job
Advisory Committees Veterinarians without previous graduates Veterinarians with previous graduates Previous students Practice managers Surveys Continuing education opportunities
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