An online Veterinary Science Teacher Training hosted by Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service will be held April 26-27.
The training, from 9 a.m. to noon, is designed for high school teachers and educators who currently teach or want to implement a veterinary science program at their school and want to sharpen their skills on best practices.
Speakers for the training will be Susan Culp, DVM, AgriLife Extension veterinarian and program coordinator, Bryan-College Station, and Tyler Vogel, AgriLife Extension program specialist, Amarillo, both in the Department of Animal Science within the Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Nikki Boutwell, veterinary science coordinator at Clint High School.
The April 26 discussion will cover implementing the program in a high school and apprenticeships. On April 27, the topics include career opportunities in the veterinary profession. Both days will have time dedicated to teaching skills in the classroom and virtually.
Additional veterinary science trainings
There will be more additional opportunities to register for this course.
Future dates will be June 24-25; Aug. 16-17; and Aug. 23-24. Registration for these additional trainings will be updated on AgriLife Register and can be found by searching the word “veterinarian.”
For more information on the future dates, contact Vogel at firstname.lastname@example.org or 806-677-5630.