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C.T.E./R.O.P. Animal Health
SAME GREAT PROGRAM, JUST A NEW NAME!
R.O.P. IS NOW C.T.E. - WHAT IS C.T.E.?
 Career and Technical Education (C.T.E.) provides students with
the opportunity to explore the world of work.
 By applying the academics and skills acquired while in high school to a
real job environment, students may upgrade their existing skills and/or
prepare for advanced training.
 All of this is accomplished through a combination of classroom
instruction by qualified instructors and supervised hands-on training in
laboratory or real work environments.
C.T.E./R.O.P. PROVIDES
Preparation for college/advanced training
 High school credit toward graduation
 Opportunities to earn community college credits
 Certificates of completion accompanied with a list
of job skills competencies
 Training for full-time or part-time employment
where local employment needs exists
 Job seeking skills
 Classes in 1 hour or 3-hour blocks that may be
scheduled within the student's regular class day

What is the Animal Health Course?
This course will give the student an in-depth understanding of the
animal health field as it relates to veterinary medicine, other animal
health services and to prepare students for an entry level position in
those fields.
Upon completion of the course, students will be competent in the
following:
 Nutrition
 Basic grooming
 Basic anatomy/physiology
 Safety
 Basic medical terminology
 Zoonotic diseases
 Veterinary office procedures
 Identifying breeds of dogs, cats,
livestock & exotics
 And so much more!
Animal behavior, handling and psychology will be important
segments of this course, along with learning effective oral and
written communication skills.
Clip showing restraint and
hoof trimming procedure
Guest lecturers, animal health technicians, zoo keepers and
other industry individuals will provide additional knowledge of
current practices in today’s animal health fields.
U.C. Davis Veterinary School Students
Employment Opportunities:
Veterinary Assistant
Animal Control Officer
Animal Health Technician
Veterinary Receptionist
Kennel or Pet Shop Employee
Pet Groomer Assistant/Bather
Fun!
Many
Students
Hired!
Receive
Certificate
s
Fun!
Interested?
See your
counselor today!
See Ms. Horn in L13 at Corona High School
See your Student Services Representative
at your school’s in the Career Center
Contact the instructor by visiting ropanimalhealth.com
And learn more!
You’ll be glad you did!

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