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AIM Qualifications Level 3 Diploma in Canine Care, Behaviour and Welfare
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|Award Type||Diploma - Learners can expect their certification within 6 months of completing the course, following the (EQA) External Quality Assurance of assessment. All course fees, inclusive of all payment plans including our Premium Credit Limited option, must be settled before certification can be ordered.|
|Guided Learning Hours||370|
|Enrolment will be valid for||You have 24 months to complete your course.|
|Entry Criteria||This course is open to anyone aged 16 and above.|
|Assessment Method||Variety of in-depth assessments for each unit|
|Awarding Organisation||AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group|
|UCAS Points Provided||32|
Meets the Animal Activities Licensing (AAL) Higher Standard requirements
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All Level 3 qualifications at Animal Courses Direct attract UCAS Tariff Points, meaning that successful learners can use their qualification as part of their university application process. This is ideal for anyone looking to study a degree or continue their training at a Higher Education (HE) provider.
UCAS Points Allocation
Each Level 3 course is allocated a certain number of UCAS Tariff Points, ranging from 8 points to 48 points depending on the course. If you are keen to advance your academic career, then our Level 3 qualifications can play a big part in your progression.
This unit studies the implications of the Dangerous Dogs Act 1991 and the Animal Welfare Act 2006 as well as new Animal Activity Licensing legislation that came into force in October 2018. Learn about the current legislation surrounding dogs and how laws can impact dog ownership and care.
This unit studies the role of evolution, ethology, the origin of canis familiaris, natural canine social behaviour and breed traits.
Canine Handling and Transportation
This unit studies force-free handling and transportation, including force free equipment and PPE for working with stray and kennelled dogs.
Canine Learning Theories
Learn about the effects of the outdated dominance theory and recognise how to use learning theory to train dogs in a force-free manner.
This unit studies canine body language and common signs of stress and aggression, including how stress can escalate into aggression. Gain an understanding of body language signs and signals, unwanted behaviour that may arise and the signs of stress and aggression.
This unit studies canine first aid, grooming techniques, stages of development in puppies including the whelping process. Learn how to care for the different life stages from puppies to senior dogs.
Care of Canines in Kennels & Dog Day Care/Dog Boarding
Learn about disease transmission and prevention and appropriate welfare measures for kennels, dog day care and dog boarding environments. This unit includes information about safe entry and exit management, essential PPE and the importance of environmental stimulation for dogs.
Work experience whilst studying the Level 3 Diploma in Canine Care, Behaviour and Welfare
Who can undertake a Level 3 Diploma in Canine Care, Behaviour and Welfare?
Anyone wanting to pursue a career working with dogs, and is over 16 is eligible to undertake this regulated Canine Care qualification.
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