DANGEROUS DOG MANAGEMENT COURSE
Dog Force Australia has developed a course aimed at assisting those working in animal control and regulation industry sectors including Council Rangers, RSPCA Inspectors, Police and Animal Shelter Employees.
Participants learn skills to assess and manage unfamiliar dogs, which may pose a threat to themselves or other members of the public.
The topics included in this course are:
- Methods of dog communication
- Behavioural characteristics of dogs
- Types of canine aggression & factors which influence aggressive behaviour
- Understanding dog body language and vocalisation
- Breed identification (Including restricted dog breeds)
- Safe dog handling and restraint techniques
- Responding to aggressive dogs
- Controlling the environment and reducing risk
- Use of restraint equipment (leads/collars/muzzles/catchpoles)
- Work Health Safety Practices and Risk Assessments of Dangerous Dogs
- Dog transport & housing requirements
All Dog Force Australia trainers are former canine law enforcement experts with a wealth of experience in managing aggressive dogs.
The course can either be delivered as a one day workshop or more formally supported by the following nationally recognised unit of competency;
ACMACR402 Assess and Impound Animals
Dog Force Australia employ a blended mode delivery inclusive of practical and classroom based learning.
We provide all learning materials required for this course including handling equipment and trained dogs for realistic practical scenarios.
The course can be delivered at the client’s workplace or at the Dog Force Australia K9 Training Centre, Falls Creek, NSW.
A Certificate of Achievement will be issued by Dog Force Australia.
Course Numbers: Up to 15 Students
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