Auburn, KS, February 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Veterinary technicians and assistants are eager to find and use the latest information to remain current in their professional development. A new resource has been developed to provide them with the tools to do just that.
The veterinary technicians and assistants resource center (vtarc) is a knowledge based portal designed to provide educational information and unlimited resources to veterinary technicians and assistants. Available by subscription, at a rate of $20/year, the vtarc will utilize two different, but necessary modalities, the Internet and a print publication, with a philosophy of, “Technology meets Tradition,” to enhance the knowledge base of the target groups.
The website, www.vtarc.com, offers a gateway to the Internet by providing links to educational information and clinical resources in one location. Logging into the website puts all of the power of the World Wide Web at the subscriber’s finger tips. Website areas cover a wide variety of topics, from clinical resources, personal growth, career management, to all things animal. Logos and special links will take subscribers directly to the latest educational resources of companies well known in veterinary medicine. The website also features a special section with links and information chosen specifically for veterinary technician educators.
The vtarc Companion, a quarterly publication, provides the subscriber with a print piece they can take with them anywhere, read anytime, and learn while on the move. The vtarc Companion will offer approved CE articles and the latest in scientific information.
Access to www.vtarc.com is available Now. This unique portal provides a one stop educational source for veterinary technicians and assistants to “Find what they want, Learn what they need, and Grow their careers.”
The veterinary technicians and assistants resource center (vtarc) vtarc.com is a product of The Phoenix VT Group, LLC. Owned and operated by veterinary technicians with over 100 years of cumulative experience, our goal is to provide educational resources that will positively impact the quality of animal care and also enhance the career experiences of veterinary technicians and assistants.
For additional information, please contact Jan Grace, MSM, LVT: Jan@vtarc.com