City and Guilds Level 2 Certificate of Technical Competence in
Dog Walking and Pet Sitting
If You would like to attend this course then please get in touch to go on our numbers list for Dog Walking & Pet Sitting and First Aid course
Held at Beaumont Village Hall,
Harwich Road, Beaumont, Cum Moze, Essex, CO16 0AS
One Day Interactive workshop.
This course is aimed at those who already offer a dog walking service or to those who intend to start offering dog walking or pet sitting services.
Legislation Applicable to Pet Sitting
Roles & Responsibilities of a Pet Sitter
How to Collect/ Collate Client Information
How to Plan for Individual Clients
Signs of Normal and Ill Health in an Animal
Potential Problems or Emergencies whilst Pet Sitting
Certification on course completion
The certificate requires participation in a theory and practical workshop. Knowledge will be assessed through homework prior to the assessment day, oral questioning and practical observation.
Upon in successful completion of this one day course you will not only be able to present to potential clients your qualification but you’ll also have the expertise and knowledge needed to offer a service that your customers will use and recommend time and time again.
please contact Steph Pina to book your place
If successful on the day, you will achieve City & Guilds Level 2 recognised and accredited qualification(s) in this industry.
Course Price Pet Siting £250.00
Heavenlyz Canine First Aid Course
Beaumont village hall,
Harwich road, Beaumont-cum-Moze, Essex CO16 0AS
If you are interesting in joining this interactive Day course then please give us a ring to book
The course is A comprehensive and engaging, hands on course that will enable you to be equipped with the skills needed to confidently attend to common first aid situations when working with animals.
aimed at those wishing to learn how to deal with common first aid injuries and become more confident in assessing first aid situations.
There are no formal entry requirements for this course but experience with animals is preferred.
COURSE RESOURCES INCLUDE: –
Comprehensive course manual with extensive notes and references
Realistic replica cats, dogs and rabbits on which to practice bandaging and splinting
Resusci-pet manikins to allow participants hands-on practice assessing vital signs, performing CPCR, bandaging and transportation
Certificate of course completion
Appropriate use of live subjects is also considered where available, to enhance the practice assessment of vital signs and bandaging. Attendees must hold explicit prior permission provided by Heavenlyz for their pets to attend. For Heavenlyz to properly manage attendance, please contact us to discuss before arriving with your pet – pets will not be allowed to attend without explicit prior permission from Heavenlyz.
Students will receive an accredited certificate on completion of the course. Topics covered include Recognition and
Management of situations that involve a wide variety of accidents, injuries and illness. For this, the course is split into 2 parts: –
PART I: FIRST AID, INCLUDING
Principles of first aid
Basic signs of health
Restraint and transportation
Collapse, unconsciousness and death
Cardio-pulmonary cerebral resuscitation
First aid conditions and their management
PART II: WOUND MANAGEMENT
This course recognizes that the Veterinary Surgeons Act 1966 restricts the diagnosis and treatment of an animal
by any other person other than a qualified veterinary surgeon.