Continuing education is not only an important part of your lifelong learning but also a requirement for licensure. Keeping track of your documentation is a key part of the licensure requirement.
Only certain continuing education providers are qualified by California law to provide continuing education for purposes of licensure and license renewal.
Veterinarians are allowed to fulfill up to six hours of the required 36 hours of continuing education every two years through self-study.
Veterinarians and registered veterinary technicians are mandated to complete specified continuing education (CE) as a condition of licensure renewal in California.
SB 27 (Hill) took effect in 2018 and brings changes to the law which affect the way antimicrobial drugs are used in livestock.
It’s Not About Politics….It’s About Your Profession. The CVMA PAC is a bipartisan political action committee whose purpose is to educate state legislators and candidates on issues of importance to the veterinary profession.