With the high number of dogs being surrendered to shelters, pounds and Councils, it’s imperative that each dog be assessed and profiled accordingly, and correctly, to assist in the process of re-homing, rehabilitation and for court purposes as required. In order to correctly assess these dogs, the person assessing must be trained and well-versed in conducting these assessments.
This course is for anyone interested in learning how to perform behavioural assessments correctly in dogs and is ideal for anyone in shelter and rescue workers, as well as Council Animal Management Officers, dog trainers and anyone interested in learning to assess dogs.
The course covers the following topics:
- The assessment environment
- Different types of assessments and what they should include
- Assessment tools and materials
- How to assess and understand what you are looking at
- Dog behaviour, personality and instinctive traits
- Writing up an assessment
- Consolidating results
- Re-assessing processes
The course can be tailored to suit your organisation’s needs and can include some or all of the listed topic items as required.
We can also assist you in designing an assessment template suited to your organisation’s requirements.
NEXT COURSE DETAILS:
Date: Tuesday 14th April 2020
Time: 9.30am to 4pm
Venue: Lort Smith Animal Hospital, Villiers Street, North Melbourne.
Cost: $220 per person (discounts for group bookings – conditions apply)
TO BOOK: Please send us an enquiry via the Contact Us page and we will send you a brochure with details and enrolmen form.