C&G Level 2 Certificate of Technical Competence in Dog Walking
Achievement of this qualification demonstrates to employers
or the public that you have the practical skills and knowledge
they are looking for when recruiting/seeking the services of a
Working with animals is extremely rewarding, but it can
require long hours, with dedication and enthusiasm for the
role. You will gain the practical skills and knowledge that are
important for working as a competent dog walker. You could
also progress to further learning and training in this area
This qualification covers the skills you will need to progress to
work as a dog walker. Mandatory content covers:
- roles and responsibilities of a professional dog walker
- legislation and Codes of Practice
- breeds and behaviour
- walking and controlling a dog
- problems, injuries and emergencies
The assessment for this qualification will require you to
- One to one practical assessment with oral questioning
2 x 7 hour sessions
Days to be confirmed
Houghall Campus, Durham
23rd October 2017
More important information about this course:
*We make every effort to publish correct fees, however all fees are subject to change. Fees are correct as at the current time (22 Jun 2018 21:09) and are subject to change up to the date of enrolment. Fees quoted are payable annually
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