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PET FIRST

AID 

COURSE CURRICULM

  • Introduction to Pet First Aid

    • Pet First Aid Course Overview

    • Pet First Aid Course Overview

    • Endorsed Pet First Aid Certificate Option

    • Pet First Aid and the Law

    • The Vet and Your Role in First Aid

    • When is Veterinary Care Required

    • Keeping Your Pet Safe in an Emergency

    • Car Accidents

    • Pet Proofing Your Home

    • How Pets Show Pain

    • Checking Your Pet's Health and Finding Out What is Normal

    • Taking a Pulse

  • CPR, Pet Accidents and First Aid

    • What to do if your cat has an accident

    • Breathing and Respiratory Problems

    • CPR Introduction

    • Pet CPR

    • Pet CPR Practical Demonstration

    • Drowning Introduction

    • Drowning and Treatment

    • Shock

    • Pet Fractures Treatment

    • Spinal injury and moving an injured pet

  • Medical Conditions

    • Types of Bleeding

    • Dressings, bandages and Controlling Bleeding

    • Pet Wrap Bandages

    • Paw Problems

    • Ears, Eyes, and Mouth

    • Bandaging the Ear

    • Bandaging the Tail

    • Bandage Aftercare

    • Digestive Process

    • Vomiting in Animals

    • Pets and Illnesses

    • Poisoning, Bites, and Stings

    • High Temperatures and Heatstroke

    • Hypothermia

    • Seizures and Epilepsy

    • Choking Overview

    • Choking

    • Snake Bites on Pets

    • Ticks

    • Insect Stings

    • Fly Strike 

  • Different types and sizes of animals 

    • The older dog

    • Small dog care

    • Puppies and young animals

  • Summary of Pet First Aid

    • Pets and Fireworks 

    • Pet First Aid Kits

    • Advanced Pet First Aid Kits

    • Summary of Pet First aid

    • Summary of Pet First Aid App

When people think of first aid, they often do not think about their pets. Pets have accidents the same as humans and knowing what to do should the worst happen is a simple thing to learn with basic training. Pet first aid is not aimed to replace veterinary care but it will help you to recognise an emergency, calm your pet and reduce the risks of delayed treatment.
Learning pet first aid is fun and informative and will give you the skills to deal with a pet emergency should it arise.
This course is ideal for pet owners or pet professionals. It covers the main first aid subjects for Dogs and Cats but this information is also suitable for most other animals. Understanding basic first aid for your pet will give you the skills to assist them and prevent them from getting worse before professional help is given by your vet. 
This qualification is also available with an Endorsed Certificate from TQUK, for an extra charge if required. Sample certificate below.
Pet First Aid at a glance
  • Qualification lasts for 3 years

  • Printable wall certificate

  • CPD time credit conformation

  • Includes manual & other downloads

  • Free weekly video refresher

  • Evidence Based Training certificate

  • Engaging and hands on classroom training

Who is this course for:
  • Pet owners

  • Pet professionals

  • Dog walkers

  • Kennels

  • Vet staff

Course cost - £45 per person

Course length - 4 hours

Pet First Aid Kits available to purchase on the course