Curriculum

The core curriculum for the basic course concentrates on the dog and horse, and consists of a minimum of 210 hours of classroom and laboratory instruction. The IAVC offers the student a thorough review of anatomy, neurology, biomechanics, relevant pathology, physiology, rehabilitation, ethics, philosophy and legalities, as well as hours of hands on laboratory instruction in adjusting techniques, topography, dissection, safety and handling.

Classroom (Minimum of 135 Hours) Laboratory (Minimum of 75 Hours)