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Understanding and Handling Dog Aggression in the Workplace

Workplace K9 Safety - Dangerous Dog and Dog Handling Course

What is this courses for and about?

This course is the online component of the offline workshop that is conducted by Martin Dominick of the Australian Canine Services Pty Ltd, T/A K9 Centre Australia and is designed for those who interact with dogs whether dangerous or not whilst in their average work day.

Job descriptions include but not limited to:

  • Council Local Laws
  • Rangers
  • Kennel Staff
  • Veterinary Staff
  • Postal Workers
  • Gas and Electricity Meter Readers
  • All front line staff ( Ambulance, Police and fire and Rescue)

This course provides participants with instruction and hands on learning with all the equipment and a trained dog.
You will learn how to read the canine body language and identify  the different stages and causes of dog aggression and how and when to use the  appropriate response to minimise or totally avoid serious injury. Whilst in the course we will demonstrate and dog biting and  also have an interactive dog bite session with a fully trained dog with any staff that wishes to participate. We do have a full dog suit available for this.
This course can be conducted at your premises at a time convenient to you.

All of our courses can be customised to meet your industry standard

K9 WorkSmart Program Training Safety - Understanding Canine Aggression

This course is the pre-requisite online component to the Understanding Canine Aggression and Body Language Practical Workshop.

Whats included in our course

Our course on dog aggression in the workplace and canine psychology will cover the following topics:

  1. Understanding the causes of dog aggression: We will examine the various factors that can lead to aggressive behaviour in dogs, including genetics, past experiences, and environmental factors.

  2. Identifying the signs of aggression: Participants will learn how to recognise the different forms of aggression in dogs, including physical and verbal cues.

  3. Canine psychology: We will delve into the inner workings of a dog’s mind, including its instincts, needs, and behaviour.

  4. Managing dog aggression in the workplace: We will explore strategies for preventing and addressing aggressive behavior in dogs in workplace environments, including proper training, socialisation, and management techniques.

  5. Professional conduct and ethical considerations: We will discuss the professional and ethical considerations involved in working with aggressive dogs, including understanding the legal responsibilities of dog owners and handlers.

  6. Hands-on training and practice: Participants will have the opportunity to put what they learn into practice through hands-on training exercises.

Throughout the course, participants will have the opportunity to learn from experienced trainers, and other experts in the field of canine psychology and aggression.

Your Online K9 Trainer Martin Dominick

The Online K9 Trainer has teamed with the The K9 Centre to bring  dog training to you.

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