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Probably the first and only trainee programme for veterinarians in German small animal medicine starts this August at doc4pets.
It is now possible to start training as a specialist veterinarian for small animals and pets at the same time as being trained in business administration and law, so that you can later take over your own practice as a manager and potential partner.
While starting a career as a trainee has established itself as an attractive alternative for potential managers in the commercial and engineering sectors, a comparable concept for veterinarians does not yet exist. FTÄ Doreen Succow on the concept: "We have developed an ATF-recognised training concept for our future managers based on the training requirements for veterinarians of the LTK Baden-Württemberg. And Co-CEO Dipl.-Ök. Sven Jan Arndt, LL.M. adds: "In addition to medical know-how, our trainees are also given the business management tools to run their own practice. From the practice for the practice.
Such a trainee programme offers many advantages - in addition to insights into different specialist areas and branches, intensive and structured support is provided by FTÄ Succow, Head of Training/Best Practice, who has been explicitly delegated for this purpose. In this way, a network of future managers is created in the group, who remain in lively professional exchange - synergies at their best.
In addition, a 4-day week in full-time, no 24-hour services, bonus programmes based on BPT also allow sufficient freedom for a good work-life balance.
More information about the concept and the application: https://doc4pets.de/trainee
doc4pets GmbH is an owner-managed group of five small animal practices in the southwest of Germany. With its innovative and disruptive approach to veterinary succession, it offers the veterinarian willing to hand over a practice succession with qualified senior doctors from the doc4pets family. The latter, in turn, have the opportunity to participate in the acquired practice and later take over the majority. The focus is on the idea of the highly qualified freelancer, who is supported by the group in purchasing as well as marketing, accounting, etc.. This allows him to concentrate fully on his patients.
Due to continuous growth, doc4pets is always looking for veterinarians in small animal medicine who want to develop further in the future as an expert in the small animal centre or as a successor to a veterinary practice. You can find out more about the concept at: https://www.doc4pets.de/trainee