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32-2242 - Application for certification as veterinary technician; qualifications
32-2242. Application for certification as veterinary technician; qualifications
A. A person desiring to be certified as a veterinary technician shall apply in writing to the board on a form furnished by the board.
B. The applicant shall be at least eighteen years of age and shall furnish satisfactory evidence of graduation from a two-year curriculum in veterinary technology, or the equivalent of such graduation as determined by the board, in a college or other institution approved by the board.
C. The application shall be accompanied by the application and examination fee established by the board.
D. An applicant from another state is not required to retake the veterinary technician national examination if the applicant can provide all of the following:
1. Proof that the applicant's original score meets the minimum score required by the board.
2. Proof that the applicant holds an active license in good standing in another state or in Canada.
3. Proof of employment as a veterinary technician in two of the preceding four years or four of the preceding seven years.