K9HS Courses

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About

We aim to empower your clinical skills by offering you a choice of accredited canine therapy courses. Our instructional high definition Canine Technical Videos (K9TVs) bring moment by moment clinical skills training direct to you. Our courses are resource enriched and you choose what, when and where you study. All our courses are fully compatible with Apple and Android on mobile, tablet and computer.

Enjoy your canine career journey and advance your skills and practice for the dog's in your professional care. Your success is our success and embracing your dog centred approach is the way forward for current and best practice provision.

Courses

ABC Awards Level 3 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy

ABC Awards Level 3 Certificate in Canine Hydrotherapy

Canine Aquatic Treadmill Masterclass

Canine Aquatic Treadmill Masterclass

There are 9 mandatory units and 1 optional unit to complete the 10 units required to achieve your award.
ABC Awards Level 4 Diploma in Canine Hydrotherapy

ABC Awards Level 4 Diploma in Canine Hydrotherapy

Advanced Canine Hydrotherapy Treatment Techniques

Advanced Canine Hydrotherapy Treatment Techniques

Advanced K9 Hydrotherapy Treatment Techniques (Level 5): If you are a professional working in canine hydrotherapy wishing to progress your service provision, this course is aimed to empower you by sharing advanced treatment techniques and clinical skills so you can offer the best service to each dog in your professional care.
ICH Canine First Aid Refresher

ICH Canine First Aid Refresher

ICH Canine Health Checks Refresher

ICH Canine Health Checks Refresher

Canine First Aid + Health Checks

Canine First Aid + Health Checks

ICH Canine Water Management Refresher

ICH Canine Water Management Refresher

Clinic Enrichment Techniques for Canine Therapists

Clinic Enrichment Techniques for Canine Therapists

Therapeutic Handling Techniques for Canine Therapists

Therapeutic Handling Techniques for Canine Therapists

Canine Natural Balanced Motion

Canine Natural Balanced Motion