About this course
This course is approved by NASDU for the requirement of pet first aid in their standards. First aid is important to know for your security dog not only to comply with associations and local authorities but also for animal welfare and to help a dog in need.
The nature of working with dogs will pose a risk that they may be harmed in the course of their work or transport.
We have designed this course to meet the NASDU learning outcomes and added a few extra modules to ensure full understanding. We offer this course in a variety of formats including; a 100% online course, a classroom course (taught nationally), or a blended course where you complete the online course and a shorter practical session locally.
This course is also available as a virtual remote class taught by a real instructor though our unique virtual training platform. Take your course from the comfort of your home or work and gain the same qualification as a traditional classroom course.
The online platform is super simple to navigate. Watch the video lessons at your own pace, pause and resume when it suits you. Answer the multiple-choice questions throughout the course and when you have completed all the lessons, you will be directed to the final assessment.
To make sure you really learn and retain the information, test questions are randomised. A video review following the final assessment is customised to support a thorough understanding of each topic
- Front-row seat in the class
- No PowerPoint based slides
- Detailed bite sized video-based training with demonstrations
- Subtitles for “sound off” viewing
- Optional concise text lesson summary with key learning points accompanying each clip
- Comprehensive manual and posters, and current regulatory guidelines updates
- Access videos for up to 8 months after purchase
- Certified CPD evidence-based learning statement and certificate upon successful completion
- Includes recent guidelines on infection prevention with the outbreak of Severe acute respiratory syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS–CoV–2)