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    • Monday, October 09, 2017
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Webinars, Live paid webinars

    Presented by Samantha Wilson



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    This first aid course is in two parts. They each run for one hour. This is part 2 which deals with CPR, trauma & toxic substances. It will cover first aid for dogs and cats with a brief section on wildlife
    This course has been designed for people to become a first responder for an animal incident and does not replace vet care. 
         



    Learning Objectives

    • To be competent as a First Aid responder
    • To be able to perform basic health checks;
    • To be able to apply bandages for a range of injuries;
    • To have the ability to respond safely in an emergency;
    • To be able to perform CPR on a dog.

    About The Presenter



    Sam has a Bachelor of Veterinary Technology from the University of Queensland. While at university , she completed work placement at a huge variety of different places including; Guide Dogs Queensland, Australia Zoo, Paws and Relax Doggy Daycare and many different vets. In her third year of Uni Sam spent 6 weeks with RSPCA's animal rehabilitation and training team and found that dog training and behaviour modification was where her true passion lay. Sam currently works at Positive Response Dog Training, teaching puppy and adult dog classes and coaching people in animal first aid. She is currently studying a Certificate IV in Companion Animal Services.



    • Monday, October 23, 2017
    • 7:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+11:00)
    • Webinars, Live paid webinars, free member webinars

    Presented by Dee Scott


    This webinar is about how MindDog trains people who have mental health issues and need to have their dog recognised as a Companion Animal for the purpose of being able to take it with them on public transport & in other public places. Qualified & registered MindDog trainers are able to assess dogs for this purpose.


    Learning Objectives

    • To give people an overview of what the organisation MindDog is
    • To assist people in how to source a dog if they don't have one
    • To show how MindDog can assist clients who already have a dog and need help or information
    • To understand the process of training for the objective of a public access test

    About The Presenter

    Dee has had a passion for animals and training from a very young age. Moving to Canberra she started a long public service career and as a hobby joined the local pony club and the companion dog club as an instructor and competitor. Training and competing in both, life seemed complete. She then won a position with AQIS as a detection dog handler and moved to Victoria. It was a fulfilling career working with scent detection and she joined the first positive dog training club in Keilor to trial her dogs and to teach. Her dog training business, Positive Response, was born in Melbourne as a part time venture to serve the further needs of the community. Moving to Brisbane the business grew rapidly from a small part time concern to what it is today. As someone who grew up in business and customer service, Dee recognised the need for quality professional trainers within the Brisbane area and has now developed a fantastic team of trainers.

    Dee's qualifications are as follows:

    • Approved Guide Hearing and Assistance Dog Trainer - 2015
    • Certificate IV in Training and Assessment - 2014
    • Certificate IV in Dog Behavioural Training - 2000
    • Pet Dog Ambassador Assessor (PPG)
    • Apply First Aid (Ongoing)
    • AQIS Detection Dog Handler -2000
    • Companion Dog Club Level 1 Trainer - 1992



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