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Ofqual Level 3 Diploma in Canine Care, Behaviour & Welfare (Rescue Dogs)

                                            OFQUAL 603/4610/3    37 Credits
UCAS Tariff Points 32

Global View

Traumatised Dogs

This qualification has been designed to provide learners with in-depth knowledge and understanding of the evolution, behaviour and training of domestic canines, including their care and welfare in kennels, home and boarding care. This qualification also includes learning around canine handling and transportation and the law relevant to the care and welfare of canines, particularly those who may be traumatised.

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What's included?

  • Level 3 Diploma qualification
  • Access to Learner Groups
  • 10 Modules
  • Expert Tuition
  • Monthly 1-1 tutorials

Working within Rescue?

You will enhance your knowledge of how to work with rescue dogs, particularly those who may be traumatised from their experiences.

Have a global view

You will also learn how rescues work in other countries and start to develop a worldwide perspective.
There is a two year completion time for this course.

Course reviews

Having only really begun my learning journey just over a year ago I don't know where I'd be without the continued support of my peers and the tutors at TheDoGenius.
The courses are comprehensive and can be done in your own time around your work and family life.
I cannot recommend TheDoGenius enough.
Emma Patterson
Diploma in Canine Care, Behaviour & Welfare
Meet the instructor

Irene Perrett

Irene’s involvement with rescue dogs resonates with her long-held passion to better understand the relationship between human and non-human animals. She has a background in equine education, contributing to the development of professional equine courses and works with a range of horses and their guardians. A Romanian rescue dog sparked her desire to study canine behaviour, with subsequent qualifications in teaching, training, bereavement, animal cruelty and well-being.
Patrick Jones - Course author