This veterinary approved and externally accredited online course is written and designed by a qualified registered veterinary nurse and clinicial animal behaviourist. Easy-to-digest lessons give you the flexibility to learn at home at your own pace.
There are no exams, but to obtain your certificate of completion you must answer some multiple choice questions, which have been designed to ensure that you have learned the material. Like human first aid, it is recommended that you refresh your skills every three years.
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What you'll learn
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Caroline is a qualified member of the Association of Pet Behaviour Counsellors (APBC) and a registered clinical animal behaviourist with the Association of Behaviour and Training Council (ABTC). She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Companion Animal Behaviour Counselling and is also a Registered Veterinary Nurse. Caroline holds a professional teaching qualification.
- The course recognises that the veterinary surgeons act 1966 restricts the diagnosis and treatment of an animal by another person other than a qualified and registered veterinary surgeon. However any lay person can carry out first aid in an emergency situation.
- For all first aid cases, a veterinary surgeon should be contacted as soon as possible.
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I like to say I recommend this courses to anyone who loves animals or to further into Education in Animals of all sectors.
The course was amazing and enjoyable and well understanding.
A massive thank you to Caroline my tutor in putting my forward in the right direction.
I will recommend this course to my animal therapy colleagues, students and volunteers and to dog owners who wish to develop greater first aid knowledge and skills. The fact that the course can be revisited at any time and is supported with videos, written resources makes it especially beneficial.
Sue, Founder of Friends Of Baxter Animal Care
I found this course very professionally put together, easy to follow but full of content and more information than I remember receiving in my last course in 2016. Very impressed and would definitely recommend for others in my line of work.
The course was easy to access and covered all of the relevant topics very well. The short video demonstrations were particularly helpful in understanding “hands on” techniques. I liked the way that the course could be approached in chunks. I found that 2 modules (about 2 hours) at a time worked for me and this facilitated good learning and understanding of each topic.
Great comprehensive course to set me onto my way to working in the dog world. After over 20 years of doing BASP first aid course it was fun to change the human into a dog! Very interesting to see how much is the same between the species. Especially appreciated the ‘how to ‘ videos.