Veterinarian Training

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​Date(s) and Time


Veterinary Accreditation
While this date is offered primarily for students in the veterinary medicine program, it is also open to veterinarians. See information below.
Thursday, July 19, 2018

1-4:30 p.m.

Board Room, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP)
2811 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718

Tuberculosis (TB) Training

Certification for veterinarians and veterinary students who will conduct TB testing in Wisconsin.

Wednesday, July 25, 2018
4:45 p.m.-7 p.m.

Board Room, DATCP

2811 Agriculture Dr.
Madison, WI 53718

Ongoing Training Opportunities

Veterinary Accreditation

In order to conduct regulatory work, such as official tuberculosis (TB) testing and signing certificates of veterinary inspection, veterinarians must also be accredited by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA). Before being accredited, you must complete an accreditation seminar in the state where you practice. You may also need certifications specific to the state where you practice.

The Wisconsin office of the USDA-Veterinary Services and the Division of Animal Health for DATCP offer this seminar twice a year: An evening session at the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine and a later session, usually at DATCP’s Madison headquarters. The additional certification training may be online or in-person. 

Find out more about our accreditation seminars. 

Cervid TB Training

USDA and DATCP require that sample collection for the cervid TB serologic test be performed by approved cervid TB accredited veterinarians. Veterinarians must complete USDA training on sample collection and test submission for the Cervid TB Dual Path Platform (DPP) test before being authorized to submit samples for testing. Veterinarians interested in becoming approved providers can start by viewing the Implementation Presentation​.​ 

USDA approved cervid TB accredited veterinarians

​Johne's Disease Veterinary Certification

This training is conducted online through the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine's continuing education website. ​