iPet Network Level 3 Award in Canine Emergency First Aid

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This Ofqual-regulated qualification will give you everything you need to successfully deal with dogs in need of emergency treatment. Covering the most common emergencies, you’ll learn how to treat injuries, dress wounds and handle everything from allergic reactions to stings, poisoning, choking, seizures, CPR, hypothermia and more.

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Course Information

You’ll gain a broad understanding of the field, including canine emergency
first aid skills, knowledge of when to call in the vet, how to dress wounds, a
clear understanding of who can administer canine emergency first aid and the
classification of emergencies.

Ideal for people already working in canine-related industries – dog groomers,
trainers or kennel assistants for example. This course gives you exactly the
right blend of practical skills and theory to deal with canine emergencies.

Transport to Temple Newsam

There is a campus bus organised by the department, this departs at 8.40am
from Leeds Bus Station and picks learners up at 4.30pm. The bus is payable
onboard or termly, the cost is £5 per learner per week. Learners can book the
bus when they have enrolled on a course with us. For learners on bursary they
will be issued a free bus pass once their bursary application is


Entry Requirements


Career Progression

Learners who complete this qualification may wish to undertake further studies within the department such as the Dog Walking and Pet Sitting for Professionals iPet Award Level 3. You can even undertake a full-time animal management course.

Course Details


1 day

Course Code


School of Animal Care & Land Management
Leeds City College
Leeds City College