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Introducing

iPET Network Level 3 – Canine Emergency First Aid Qualification (1 Day)

Introduction


No Entry Requirements

Ages 16 & Above

Course Contents


  • Understand the requirements of Canine Emergency First Aid, who can administer Canine Emergency First Aid and why Canine Emergency First Aid is important.
  • Understand the importance of administering Canine Emergency First Aid and how to manage canine behaviour
  • Understand the classification of Emergencies
  • Understand the DRSABC of Canine Emergency First Aid and actions
  • Be able to record key elements of canine vital statistics and conduct dog resuscitation (CPR) Conduct CPR on a CPR manikin
  • Understand how to put a dog in the recovery position
  • Understand the examination of an injured animal and the actions to take to manage shock - Describe the clinical signs and management of a dog suffering from shock
  • Understand the examination of an injured – Top to Toe check
  • Types of wounds. Describe the emergency treatment for a wound Types of treatment
  • Describe different types of fractures Types of fractures
  • Understand choking
  • Stings and poisoning and be able to give the necessary treatment
  • Understand the signs and treatment of hyperthermia, hypothermia and water inhalation
  • Understand the signs and treatment of a dog having a convulsion
  • Understand signs and treatment of Gastric Torsion
  • Understand different types of burns
  • Understand what is required in a Canine Emergency First Aid kit and how to communicate in emergency situations

  • Also included:
  • Poisons – Giant Hogweed, Alabama Rot, Blue Green Algae, Bread Mould, to name but a few
  • Recovery Position
  • First Aid kit – INCLUDE PIRITON, BURNS GEL, SALINE, SHOCK BLANKET, TICK REMOVER, TORCH and so much more
  • Stomach Torsion/Bloat
  • Burns – Degree of Burn and how to treat – burns gels – SCALD – Size, Cause, Age, Location Depth
  • Heatstroke – including dog in hot cars and the rules to follow to save the dog
  • Snake bite
  • Stings
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Stressed dog – signs and symptoms
  • Health check – top to toe
  • Emergency muzzle – to stop a pained frightened dog from biting the first aider
  • First Actions on scene – START – Stop Stay Calm Think Before You Act Assess the scene Remove any dangers and Time to act – Telephone vets and/or police
  • Bleed rule - SEEP – Still Examine Elevate Pressure
  • Stick injuries
  • Drowning
  • .. and so much more


    Benefits of being trained by The CFAC


    • Highly Qualified Trainers

    • Interactive & Hands on activities throughout the day

    • Relaxed environment

    • High Quality Professional Training

    • Qualification Included

    • Leaflets & handouts throughout the day


    Price: £135.00


    If you would like to book this course please follow the link below and select a 1 day course. When you check out you will have additional options to add this qualification. If you would like to receive this qualification please remember to add it.


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