Level 2 Award in Canine Care and Welfare

Ofqual Code 603/5731/9
Qualification Level 2
Guided Learning Hours 20
Start Date Anytime
Study mode Online
Award type Award
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Course fees £350

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Unit # 1

Principles of Canine Health and Welfare

Learn about various dog breeds and common canine diseases and disorders. This unit also explores minimum canine welfare needs and the importance of relationships with humans.

Unit # 2

Principles of Canine Behaviour and Training

Learn about normal canine behaviour and how to prevent problems. This unit also explores the subject of enrichment and force-free dog training.

Canine Care and Welfare Course

The Level 2 Award in Canine Care and Welfare is relevant for anyone who would like to learn more about basic dog behaviour. This Ofqual regulated qualification explores; recognising and avoiding problem behaviour, recognising and interpreting canine body language and understanding the needs of dogs.

This is a Foundation dog behaviour qualification suitable for dog owners, dog walkers and sitters, dog daycare operators and those wishing to pursue a career in dog training and behaviour.

Learn how to provide for a dog’s basic needs and prevent common health problems. The qualificaton also explores different dog breeds, the importance of relationships with humans and how to carry out a canine health check.

Canine Care

Learn about normal canine behaviour and how to prevent welfare and behaviour issues by providing routines and appropriate force-free training. Successful completion of this dog behaviour course results in a regulated qualification.

Enrichment is important for all breeds and it means exactly what it says: making a dog’s life richer. Interacting with dogs and offering stimulating play and training can be the most rewarding aspect of caring for dogs.

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