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Course Factsheet

First Aid for Cats and Dogs

At: Myerscough College, Preston

Fees: £68

Course Length:
1 Day

10.00 am - 4.00 pm

Dates Available

Start Sat 12 Nov 2016 ENROL & PAY
Start Sat 14 Jan 2017 ENROL & PAY
Start Sat 11 Mar 2017 ENROL & PAY
Start Sat 20 May 2017 ENROL & PAY
Start Sat 01 Jul 2017 ENROL & PAY

A must for anyone working with dogs and cats; kennels, catteries, grooming parlours, dog trainers and pet owners. Learn how to cope should an emergency arise.

A selection of the following subjects will be covered

  • Accidental Poisoning
  • Bandaging Techniques
  • CPR Techniques
  • Gastro Intestinal Emergencies
  • Fractures
  • Head Injuries
  • Transport Techniques
  • Wounds and Haemorrhaging

The Course format will be a mix of theory and practical work and the tutor will bring her dog for the duration of the course to demonstrate the different First Aid skills and enable all students to have a go and gain a better understanding of the different subjects covered.

How To Apply or Enquire

Enrol and pay by phone: Tel: 01995 642255

Enquire online, using the 'Enquire' button at the top of this page

Enquire by email: shortcourses@myerscough.ac.uk

Enquire by phone: 01995 642255

Special Education Needs and Disability - Short Courses

Prospective students who have a disability that may affect their studies should inform the College as soon as possible. Regrettably the College does not receive funding for the provision of learning support for students with additional learning needs attending Short Courses, which are run on a full-cost basis. The College's Learning Support Service may be able to provide support but it is the responsibility of the student to meet the cost. For further details contact 01995 642222 ext 2045 (or email learningsupport@myerscough.ac.uk) with details of support requirements and the relevant course.

Please note that the information provided in this fact sheet was accurate at the date of publication. However, courses are continually being modified and information is therefore subject to change.