Level 3 Canine Emergency First Aid (iPet Network)

About the Course

This Level 3 Award in Canine Emergency First Aid is perfect for owners and professionals alike who want to be prepared should a pet need emergency treatment. The qualification covers the most commonly faced canine needs such as how to treat injury, dressing wounds, allergic reactions, stings, poisoning, choking, seizures, CPR, hypothermia and much more…

This Ofqual regulated qualification is an excellent balance of theoretical and practical learning to ensure candidates have the knowledge required should they ever be faced with an emergency first aid situation. Candidates will be assessed through the completion of a workbook and demonstrating practical skills eg, CPR and bandaging. This must all be passed in order to achieve the qualification.

Entry Requirements

Candidates must be over 16

In order to achieve this qualification candidates are required to undertake approximately 3 hours of home study (read the qualification overview, handook and workbook which will be emailed with course joining instructions) before attending the one day course here at Writtle University College. Additionally they must consent to photographic evidence being submitted; information will be provided with the course joining instructions.

Useful Information

Free parking is available on campus; a permit will be issued and should be clearly displayed.

Tea and coffee making facilities are available, please bring a packed lunch and any other refreshments.

Course Dates

Course dates are not currently available. Please email us to register your interest and we will contact you when dates have been arranged.