Master the techniques of handling the difficult situation and know the right ways of giving first aid treatment with the Canine First Aid (Dog First Aid) course.
The basic knowledge of first aid will help you to treat the dog immediately which prevents worst situation. Before going to the vets, you need to give some initial treatment to your pet. The course covers an in-depth discussion regarding the first aid treatment and guides you how to handle various situations such as heat stroke, vomiting, etc.
Throughout the course, you will learn the ways of transporting an injured dog along with the mandatory first aid skills.
By the end of the course, you will be able to handle the initial situation of injury or able to give the proper first aid to the canine.
Key features of the course:
- Lifetime access to the course
- No hidden fees, only pay the price of the course which includes exam fees.
- Recognised qualification upon successful completion of the course
- Study from anywhere, anytime, whenever it is convenient for you.
- Affordable and engaging e-learning study materials
- Study at your own pace from tablet, PC or smartphone
- Online tutor support when you are in need.
Who is this course for?
There is no experience or previous qualifications required for enrolment on this course. It is available to all students, of all academic backgrounds.
Assessment and Certification
The course is assessed online with a multiple-choice test, which is marked automatically. You will know instantly whether you have passed or not. Those who pass this test will have the qualification of Canine First Aid (Dog First Aid). Certificate will be produced in PDF format at an additional cost of £8.99 and Printed Hardcopy at £12.99.
|Unit 01 What is First Aid?||00:15:00|
|Unit 02 Canine First Aid||00:15:00|
|Unit 03 Handling and Transport||00:20:00|
|Unit 04 Taking the pulse||00:10:00|
|Unit 05 Respiration||00:10:00|
|Unit 06 Life Saving Techniques||00:15:00|
|Unit 07 Bleeding||00:15:00|
|Unit 08 Shock||00:15:00|
|Unit 09 Poisoning||00:15:00|
|Unit 10 Fractures||00:10:00|
|Unit 11 Dislocation||00:10:00|
|Unit 12 Soft Tissue Injury||00:15:00|
|Unit 13 Eye Injuries||00:15:00|
|Unit 14 Metabolic Problems||00:10:00|
|Unit 15 Epilepsy||00:10:00|
|Unit 16 Heat Stroke||00:15:00|
|Unit 17 Bandaging||00:15:00|
|Unit 18 Snakebite||00:15:00|
|Unit 19 Chemical Injuries and Dehydration||00:15:00|
|Unit 20 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Just Say No, Fido||00:04:00|
|Unit 21 Driving Safely With Pets||00:04:00|
|Unit 22 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Buffet of Hazards||00:03:00|
|Unit 23 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Stay Cool||00:02:00|
|Unit 24 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Panties||00:02:00|
|Unit 25 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Road Trips||00:02:00|
|Unit 26 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Tazlab Collars||00:01:00|
|Unit 27 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Paper Shredders||00:01:00|
|Unit 28 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Collar Safety||00:02:00|
|Unit 29 Safe Dog Safety Tip: Tree Wells||00:02:00|
|Unit 30 Safe Dog Safety Tip: CPR||00:05:00|
|Unit 31 Conclusion to Canine First Aid||00:10:00|
|Mock Exam – Canine First Aid (Dog First Aid)||00:20:00|
|Final Exam – Canine First Aid (Dog First Aid)||00:20:00|
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