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NASDU Level 2 General Purpose Dog Handler Course - Get Licensed


This course covers the requirements to become a professional security dog handler.

Course NAME

NASDU Dog Handler Level 2

DURATION 6 days
FROM £499.99
ELIGIBILITY 18+ years

COURSE UNITS
1

Roles and Responsibilities of a Security Dog Handler


2

Control of a Security Dog


3

Controlling a General Purpose Security Dog


4

Health, Well-being and Safety of a Security Dog


ASSESSMENT

On-going practical assessment and written examination(s)

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NASDU (Level 2) Dog Handler Course Details

This course covers the basic skills and knowledge required to work as a General Purpose Security Dog Handler.

This qualification has been developed by NASDU (National Association of Security Dog Users) to meet the National Occupational Standards (NOS) for Security Dog Handling and the training requirements contained within BS 8517-1:2016.

NASDU Coure Content

The NASDU (Level 2) General Purpose Security Dog Handler course runs over 6 days and covers 60 Guided Learning Hours (GLH)

The course covers the following modules:

Module 1: Roles and Responsibilities of a Security Dog Handler

  • Underpinning Knowledge
  • Selection

Module 2: Control of a Security Dog

  • Basic Control
  • Emergency Stop
  • Speak on Command
  • Steadiness to Noise

Module 3: Controlling a General Purpose Security Dog

  • Patrol – Internal/External
  • Handler Protection – Weapon Attack/Arrest
  • Search – Property/Persons
  • Entry Control

Module 4: Health, Well-being and Safety of a Security Dog

  • Inspection and Grooming
  • Transportation
  • H & S Assessment

NASDU (Level 2) Dog Handler Course Assessment

This course is assessed by an accredited NASDU Instructor and consists of on-going practical assessment and written examination(s).

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Frequently asked
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If you’re considering working in the security sector, you will frequently hear the mention of SIA.

SIA stands for ‘security industry authority’. They are the organisation responsible for regulating the private security industry.

Having an SIA licence ensures that individuals working in the security industry are adequately trained, are vetted and have undergone full background checks, and meet the standards expected of regulated private security services.

This is why individuals working in the security industry require an SIA licence.

The Nasdu is the National Association of Security Dog Users. NASDU promotes welfare, standards, training and education within the Security Dog Sector and offers support and guidance to its membership.

The NASDU (Level 2) dog handler course covers the basic skills and knowledge required to work as a general-purpose Security Dog Handler. During the course you will learn how to be a professional dog handler and how to look after, guide and use the skills of a trained dog the Dog Handler Training Course.

As a dog handler, you would be teamed with a specially trained dog and would be responsible for its care and control. A number of organisations use dog handlers in active roles, including the police, Army, RAF, search and rescue organisations and private security firms.

The type of tasks that would involve a dog handler include preventing and detecting criminal activity and searching for missing persons.

 

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