In this non-accredited training, you will be introduced to basic first aid procedures used for dogs. Come away with step-by-step guidance to recognising and responding to an emergency.
|Qualification:||Non-Accredited Training - Basic First Aid for Dogs|
|Duration:||2 day workshops (approx. 10 hours) that includes practical sessions in the animal care unit located on campus.|
|Application Type:||Register Your Interest|
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Understanding basic first aid for dogs
CIT Code: ANIM226 Cost: $250.00 Description:
The purpose of this subject is to introduce participants to basic first aid procedures used on dogs. Come away with step-by-step guidance to recognising and responding to an emergency.
|Certificate IV||Veterinary Nursing ACM40412|
|Certificate III||Companion Animal Services ACM30410|
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