For passive screening of people at venues, pubs, clubs and transport hubs.
- Wednesday 28 October – Tuesday 10 November 2020 (FULL)
- Tuesday 9 March – Monday 22 March 2021
- Tuesday 6 July – Monday 19 July 2021
To book a place on this course call 01745 561166 or email email@example.com
This course is aimed at learners looking to gain employment screening people utilising a Passive Drug Detection dog.
The course focusses on people search (including portable baggage) and uses a combination of controlled training areas and live environments preparing candidates for transition into the workplace.
The learner will be provided with specialised knowledge that is expected from a professional search dog team. It will enable those learners to work as a passive drug detection dog handler either independently or as part of an organisation.
This course covers:
- Animal welfare (including the ‘five needs’) and husbandry
- Canine health
- First aid
- Knowledge of the drug trade
- Training responsibilities
- Principals of search
- Control of a drugs dog
- Stages of training
- Scent discrimination
- Search plan
- Maintaining professional standards
This programme is approved for delivery to learners aged 18+.
Our program is developed to accommodate learners with no experience or prior experience. There are no prerequisites for this qualification however it is advised that learners have a level 1 in English (speaking and listening).
The course will be assessed by qualified internal assessors who have many years of search dog experience with military, police and civil sector backgrounds.
The cost of this course is £2310.
A 20% non-refundable deposit is required at the time of booking.
All courses can be paid for in instalments, with full payment due 28 days before the course start date.
Discounted rates are available for accommodation at our recently renovated Wagtail House. Please click here for further details. Call 01745 561166 to make a booking.
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