To be eligible to register for the Associate Veterinary Receptionist status you are required to complete a set amount of training accredited by AVRA.
The Register of Associate Veterinary Receptionists is maintained by AVRA.
Benefits of being a Associate Veterinary Receptionist
Acknowledgement that you have received relevant AVRA accredited training and passed assessment.
Certificate & exclusive AVRA badge recognizing your status as an AVR.
Ability to use the post-nominals ‘AVR’ after your name.
Access to 5 free hours of CPD required per annum to maintain registration.
How do I become an AVRA Associate Veterinary Receptionist?
For initial registration as an AVRA Associate Veterinary Receptionist you must;
- Complete the entire set of AVRA accredited training.
- Register as a Veterinary Receptionist and pay the initial fee.
- Complete 5 hours of CPD (provided by AVRA).
For renewal of registration as an AVRA Associate Veterinary Receptionist you must;
- Complete 5 hours of CPD per annum (provided by AVRA).
- Complete 3 case logs.
- Pay the renewal fee.
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