This course is proposed to equip veterinary clinic staff, rescue volunteers and/or pet owners with necessary skills and knowledge to handle dogs and cats that are aggressive or with unpredictable temperament. Also, by attending this course, it will help to prevent workplace bite incidents by understanding canine body language. Lastly, participants will be able to safely handle aggressive dog and cats.
At the end of the course, the applicant will be able to:
This course will be delivered in English and has NO assessment.Certificate of Participation will be awarded to participants who achieve at least 75% attendance.
Knowledge of Simple English
Singaporeans aged 50 years and above who wish to apply for the course at the special course fee will need to email a copy of their NRIC during the course fee payment before the course commencement.
Course fee is payable upon acceptance. It is inclusive of 7% GST and subject to review.
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