Empower Every Member of Your Team
Just like your practice, our training tools are multidimensional. We offer training created specifically for the needs of technicians, assistants, veterinarians, receptionists, and managers so each member of your team reaches their goals.
Training for Every Role and Experience Level
With just one atdove.org subscription, you can train and provide ongoing education opportunities for every team member, from a new receptionist to an experienced veterinarian. Assign content from hundreds of topics, all grounded in real cases and procedures, making training more practical and fun.
Onboard and level-set new technicians or retain and develop seasoned staff with online courses, which cover topics ranging from medical math practice to veterinary radiology.
Give your reception team tools to master veterinary triage processes, effective communication skills, managing difficult clients, and more.
Demonstrate procedures for staff, refresh your knowledge of less-common conditions, and earn RACE-approved CE through live and recorded lectures.
Business and Administrative
Enhance your clinic’s business operations with courses on marketing, review management, and H.R. best practices.
Help technician assistants build confidence in top skills like restraint & handling, sterilization procedures, and administering medications.
Grow your leadership expertise through training on topics like compassion fatigue, resilience, team dynamics, and more.
What Our Members Say
“Love learning on atdove.org! These videos help me understand procedures and are taught thoroughly so I can do them on my own!”
“I love atdove.org and always feel empowered to help myself and other technicians grow after taking a course.”
“I use the videos for my vet tech students. I don’t have access to endoscopy and critical care situations. Those videos expose my students before they go to externships. The videos of surgery and anesthesia equipment are so helpful to my students as well.”
“[atdove.org] has allowed me to do more useful CE than any meeting that I have been to and done so at times most convenient for an emergency doctor that works 85% overnights.”