Veterinary Assistant


Tips for Moms Returning to School

Tips for Moms Returning to School Whether you’re a single mother or you and your partner are juggling a family together, making the choice to continue your education after having children is a great way to empower yourself. But, going back to school as a mom has a unique set of challenges. No one should […]


Veterinary Assistant students take a field trip to the San Diego Zoo

The veterinary assistant students went on a field trip to the San Diego Zoo; we talked to the instructor to see what they learned What did you learn while at the zoo?  “They learned about a lot of different species. They looked for ailments that can affect those animals. They also got a chance to […]


Veterinary Assistant instructor interview.

We sat down with the Veterinary Assistant teacher here at the American College of Healthcare to better understand our program. Our program is an 8-month program at the Riverside and Huntington Park locations of the school where you will learn in the classroom as well as the lab by taking vital signs, administering medication, surgery […]


Veterinary Assistant program overview

Working with animals can be an enjoyable and rewarding experience, especially for those who are pet owners themselves. If you have a love of animals, then becoming a veterinary assistant is an excellent career path for you. Here at American College of Healthcare we have a course that will give you all the knowledge you […]


Health Careers are in Demand – ACHT Can Help

You might think it takes a four-year degree to land a job in the medical field but that is simply not true. Here at American College of Healthcare, you can earn a certificate in as little as 8 months. When you choose ACHT as your place of learning, you will be well on your way […]


Man’s Best Friend Could Get a Healthcare Job: Blood Sugar Monitor

As a veterinary assistant, you might find yourself caring for a pooch who’s more than just a pet: he might actually be about to get a healthcare job! We’re not talking about seeing-eye dogs, although they do tremendous work and make worlds of difference for the visually impaired. Actually, in a recent NPR story called […]


Should I Get a Veterinary Assistant Certificate in CA?

Outside of the obvious benefit of working as a vet assistant (if you’re like most veterinary assistants, you’ll be in love with your job and the animals you get to work with), you might be asking, “Should I get a veterinary assistant certificate in CA? After all, I don’t need a certificate to work as […]