Registered Veterinary Receptionists

RVR stands for Registered Veterinary Receptionist. ​​

A Registered Veterinary Receptionist is someone who has completed the BVRA’s Accredited Veterinary Receptionist Award and who has agreed to work in accordance with the BVRA’s Guide to Conduct and Contribution​ for veterinary receptionists.

The Register of Registered Veterinary Receptionists is maintained by BVRA.​

Benefits of being a Registered Veterinary Receptionist​

  • Acknowledgement that you have received training and passed assessment compared to other ‘lay staff’ members​
  • Recognition: Certificate & exclusive BVRA badge recognising your status as an RVR
  • Recognition: Ability to use the post-nominals ‘RVR’ after your name
  • Responsibility: BVRA has asked the VMD to add RVR’s to their list of ‘recognised veterinary healthcare professionals’
  • Education: Access to ​5 free hours of CPD required per annum to maintain registration

How do I become a Registered Veterinary Receptionist?

To become a Registered Veterinary Receptionist you must

Registered Veterinary Receptionist

The BVRA holds a register of veterinary receptionists who have completed the Accredited Veterinary Receptionist Award and who have agreed to work in accordance with the BVRA’s Guide to Conduct and Contribution​ for veterinary receptionists.

To appear on this register, login and purchase RVR using the link below. Our system will know if you are already an AVR award holder. Once you agree to the terms and conditions, you will be added to the register immediately.

Price: £12.50 + VAT

Search Registered Veterinary Receptionists Register

Search for a member of the Registered Veterinary Receptionist register​ below using their name or membership number:

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