First steps in your first job: Understanding the bottom line

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About the course

Contributing to the financial profitability and sustainability of your practice, along with good clinical care, delivering excellent client experience and working with a team are all expected outcomes for any employee. Unfortunately financial skills are not taught adequately at Vet School.  Basic understanding of practice costs as well as how you, as an individual, can contribute to the financial performance and success of your practice will make you a more valuable and confident employee.  

Learning objectives

  • The typical costs and profit of a veterinary practice
  • The importance and uses of practice profit 
  • How you generate income and profit Managing personal performance - financially and clinically Managing my money conversation

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