I am currently enrolled in Penn Foster and I think it's the best program out there. Penn Foster vet tech is accredited, legit and in good standing with the BBB.
As for getting hands on experience, after semester 2 and 4 you have to put so many hours at a veterinary clinic and the veterinarian fills out forms and information about your performance.
You learn a lot from the school, you have online classes you have to attend and message boards you have read. It is worth in my opinion.
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It is not a scam. You can learn quite a bit, but the big problem is that you will have no hands-on training. I called around a few vet offices, and they said if someone applied with an online degree, as opposed to a person with a "regular" degree, the person with hand-on experience would be considered first. A couple of them told me that with that background they would be willing to train the right person.
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