Associate Veterinary Receptionist

Associate Veterinary Receptionist

The BVRA holds a register of BVRA Associate member veterinary receptionists who have completed the required BVRA training (please click here to download our guide on the different ways to become an AVR).

By becoming a BVRA Associate Member you will be able to hold use the post nominals AVR (Associate Veterinary Receptionist) as a sign of your continued commitment to quality and professional development. As well as access a range of benefits exclusive to BVRA Associate members. 

Receptionists who have completed the iPET Network Level 3 Certificate for Veterinary Receptionists (BVRA) qualification will automatically get their AVR on completion and will be contacted regarding this. 

Evidence of completion of five hours of CPD, completed within the last 12 months, must be uploaded in order to renew your AVR status. As well as completing three short case studies, instructions for which are available within the renewal.

You will need to upload evidence of completion of five hours of continued CPD. This can be in the form of an excel spreadsheet CPD log or by uploading a certificate of completion.

After your evidence has been uploaded and your case studies have been completed, your submission will be sent to the BVRA for review. Once approved, you will receive an email informing you that your Associate Veterinary Receptionists status has been renewed and your certificate will be sent out to your practice address.

Please also complete this if you are renewing your AVR status. 

Certificate Information

Price: £20.00 + VAT

Benefits of being a BVRA Associate member​

  • Specialised and relevant training courses, including masterclasses.
  • Early access to newsletters and articles.
  • Access to annual updates in legislation and regulation that affects veterinary receptionists. 
  • Further discounts on events and the BVRA annual Congress.
  • The use of the post nominal AVR, exclusive BVRA badge recognising AVR status and supporting certification.
  • Exclusive offers and more. 
  • Only Associate Members can run for BVRA Council

 

As a BVRA Associate Member you will remain affiliated with the official veterinary body for veterinary receptionists whose mission is to increase the value and visibility of veterinary receptionists through a structured support network and targeted skills development.

The BVRA Associate Veterinary Receptionist status will remain the recognised industry standard and will continue to be a sign of ongoing commitment and quality.

Recent Testimonial

It is refreshing to see veterinary receptionists getting the recognition and respect that they have long deserved. I am immensely proud to call myself an Associate Veterinary Receptionist and use my post-nominals wherever I can - all whilst showing off my hard-earned badge of course!

Purchase Associate Veterinary Receptionist

By being a BVRA Associate Member, you will not only demonstrate your commitment to your role, you will also gain access a range of additional benefits.

Price: £20.00 + VAT

Purchase AVR Status

By being a BVRA Associate Member, you will not only demonstrate your commitment to your role, you will also gain access a range of additional benefits.

Price: £20.00 + VAT