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.
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What you'll learn
This course has been written to help those who work with, or are interested in working with dogs:
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.
Online Course Content
Excellent Canine Health and Welfare course, Exceptional value for money, Highly recommend, Fantastic educational layout, from a highly valued and caring professional – that is of course Caroline Clark.
I am sure to be your student for sometime as i am enrolling in your other accredited courses – that i cannot wait, and feel lucky to be learning and studying under such expertise.
Thank you, Katie R.
The learning online was perfect for me. This course is very new to me and I have to say it was very insightful and interesting indeed. The video tutorial assisted in consolidating information equally extra pointers that was good to know.
One in particular section: Understanding Disease and Infections was an eye opener and I really enjoyed that.
Great content, Great tutor, Great Course. Thank you
I found the course covers a nice range of topics, with lots of information without being too wordy so it doesn’t get dull. I liked that it was broken up by videos and plenty of self assessments. Useful links to other websites as well, I learnt some new things which would be beneficial for my own dog!