We provide specialised accredited courses for anyone, worldwide, who is interested in pursuing a career working with dogs. Our courses are written and assessed by professionals currently working within the canine behaviour and training field, and the courses are in the cprocess of becoming credit bearing, NVQ level courses. This assures our students that the course content is current and well informed, and will equip you with real world knowledge which you can put to use immediately upon completion. At BCCS, our aim is to equip our students with all the information you will need to then go off and actually run a business in your chosen field. Many units come with an optional practical element which gives you a truly hands on experience.
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Do you currently, or do you want to, care for other people’s dogs, perhaps as a walker, sitter, day care provider, groomer, kennel assistant or rescue dog handler? This is the course for you. The BCCS Complete Canine Care Diploma course offers a comprehensive study of all areas of working with and caring for dogs, including understanding canine communication and reading body language to avoid unpredictable behaviours, introducing dogs to each other and the basics of training and dog psychology.
Dog agility is a popular and fun sport in which a handler directs a dog through a series of obstacles as accurately as possible in a race against the clock. Dogs run off lead, being guided only by the voice commands and body signals of their handler.
This course is a Level 4 accredited course under our NCFE IIQ Licence, using Ofqual’s QCF level descriptors. NCFE is a National Awarding organisation for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Course Content: UNIT ONE – Introductions UNIT TWO – Basic Training and the Walk UNIT THREE – Body Language and Communication UN
Canine health and nutrition is a topic that not enough people know about, and the demand for canine nutritionists is growing. The announcement of this course, exclusive to BCCS has been well received and much anticipated.
This course is a Level 1 accredited course under our NCFE IIQ Licence, using Ofqual’s QCF level descriptors. NCFE is a National Awarding organisation for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.