The Certified Animal Care Worker (CACW) national exam prepares individuals for a career as an Animal Care Worker in a variety of settings.
Certified Animal Care Workers (CACW) are responsible for caring for the needs of animals. Job tasks vary by position and place of work, but typical responsibilities include; assisting the Vet Techs, feeding, grooming, bathing, and exercising pets. Animal care workers are employed a variety of settings, many work in veterinary clinics, kennels, others work in zoos, stables, animal shelters, pet stores, and aquariums.
Achieving the National Career Certification Board’s (NCCB) Certified Animal Care Worker (CACW) designation will demonstrate individuals have mastered the necessary skills to be an effective addition to various types of animal care facilities. While a certification is not required to work as an Animal Care Worker, attaining the National Career Board Certification’s (NCCB) CACW designation will help workers establish their credentials and enhance their skills.
The benefits to becoming a Certified Animal Care Worker (CACW) may include more job opportunities, higher wages, and increased job security.