This course is specifically designed for delivery to law enforcement agencies. The course can be delivered to either novice handlers or in a “re-team” context to experienced handlers.
Teams (dog and handler) will be trained to an agreed operational accreditation level. As a minimum, Dog Force Australia will train teams based on the following standards which align with the Australasian Police Dog Trial standards.
Numbers for this course is strictly limited to six participants. A suitably pre-trained dog is required by each participant for this course. Dogs may be provided by the participant or can be sourced by Dog Force Australia (cost additional).
Units of Competency
This course is delivered in a practical one-on-one environment by former canine law enforcement dog trainers and supported by the following nationally recognised units of competency:
Full exposure and assessment to ensure the team is comfortable in a range of operational environments and stimulus likely to be encountered by a Police Detection Dog Team.
Drug Detection Dog Teams will be fully accredited on the following narcotic odours:
Cadaver (Human Remains) Detection Dogs will be fully accredited on the following odours:
Firearms and Explosive Detection Dog Teams will be fully accredited on the following odours:
Tailored Training Packages
Please contact us to book a course. Dog Force Australia has the ability to design and develop a training package to suit your individual requirements for information please see our specialist training page.