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Michigan Veterinary CE

AchieveCE is a nationally approved continuing education (RACE) Provider for CE credit by the American Association of Veterinary State Boards (AAVSB). RACE-approved continuing education programs are widely recognized by veterinary professionals which help them meet their compliance obligations for licensure. RACE-approved programs are accepted without additional jurisdictional approval by 61 North American regulatory bodies.

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Michigan Veterinarian

Total Hours Required:

Not required by state

Next Renewal Date:

December 31, 2022 – Every 3 Years

Required Courses:

Beginning with renewal cycles expiring on or after 12/31/22, and all renewal cycles thereafter, a licensee seeking renewal of a Veterinarian license must complete:

  • 2 General Hours
  • 30 hours minimum that are scientific in nature. 
  • 1 hour  Medical records
  • 1 hour Veterinary law and/or federal or state controlled substance laws
  • 10 hours live and in-person

 

 

Michigan Veterinary Technician

Total Hours Required:

Not required by state

Next Renewal Date:

December 31, 2022 – Every 3 Years

Required Courses:

Beginning with renewal cycles expiring on or after 12/31/22, and all renewal cycles thereafter, a licensee seeking renewal of a Veterinary Technician license must complete:

  • 10 hours that are scientific in nature
  • 5 hours live and in-person

Note: Scientific in nature includes: the science of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of disease as it relates directly to a patient or topics of public veterinary practice, epidemiology, food safety, public animal health, animal welfare, or antimicrobial stewardship. 

Additional Information

  • Controlled substance licensees must have completed prior to renewal a 1-time training in opioids and controlled substance awareness.
  • For more information, please contact the Michigan Board of Veterinary Medicine at (517)-241-0199, or visit their website.
  • Additional information regarding your continuing education requirements may be found here.