Certificate in Dog Psychology and Training

$595.00

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Understanding how the domesticated dog has developed anatomically and physiologically helps us to understand behaviours commonly seen in today’s domesticated dog, therefore allowing us to provide an environment in which the dog remains a happy and healthy companion.

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Do you understand why dogs behave the way they do? You may already have some sound ideas or knowledge constructed from your own reading and research. If you study this robust 100 hour short course, you can solidify what you know, fill gaps in areas you don’t know and gain a professional development qualification for doing so! Understanding how the domesticated dog has developed anatomically and physiologically helps us to understand behaviours commonly seen in today’s domesticated dog, therefore allowing us to provide an environment in which the dog remains a happy and healthy companion. Let’s do the right thing by our dogs.

COURSE FEATURES

This course is focused towards people who want to be, or are already, working with children, as well as those looking to develop skills for a career in childcare. With content combining both Children’s Nutrition and Psychology, it helps parents and child care workers understand how they can provide an environment that nurtures a child’s development. Accredited through the International Approval and legistration Centre (IARC), be certain of learning skills directly relevant to job outcomes within the mental health field.

SUBJECTS

  • Nature and scope of canine psychology
  • Training working dog
  • Understanding natural canine behaviour
  • Canine behavioural development
  • Canine behavioural disorders
  • Basic dog training
  • Dog obedience training
  • Controlling a dogs movement
  • Canince senses

JOB OUTCOMES

  • Dog trainer

  • Dog walker

  • Canine behaviour

  • Consultant

    DOG HANDLER

    DOG GROOMER