Dog cleaning and grooming might be the ideal career for you if you have a passion for animal welfare and are seeking a job that offers the chance to be your own boss! Join our Dog Cleaning course today!
In recent years, dog cleaning has become much more widely available. Salons are no longer only used to clean and groom show dogs or canines that need specific clipping. Nearly all dog breeds may now be found at a grooming parlour, and many of them will be regular customers! Even very short-haired dogs can come in to get their ears cleaned, claws clipped, or get a simple bath and dry.
Dog groomers frequently run their own businesses and operate independently, thus, commitment to hard work and self-improvement are essential for success in the industry. You must be able to handle the physical rigours of the job and demonstrate your knowledge to clients with the help of this dog cleaning course.
After completing the course, students will be able to:
- Know how frequently to bathe your dog and how to make the experience enjoyable for them.
- Learn how to set up a bathroom and utilise the proper cleaning supplies.
- Learn how to quickly and effectively dry your dog without upsetting him.
- Understand safe methods for cleaning a dog’s eyes, ears, teeth, and nails.
- Learn how to clean and sanitise a grooming space safely.
Assessment and Certification
At the end of the course, you will be required to sit for an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and immediately so that you will instantly know whether you have been successful. After you have successfully passed the final exam, you will be able to order an Accredited Certificate of Achievement at an additional cost of £19 for a PDF copy and £29 for an original print copy sent to you by post or for both £39.
After completing formal training and gaining significant work experience, you have a wide range of choices. The Dog cleaning course will help you develop the skills necessary to do a better job. Salary ranges for jobs requiring a similar level of knowledge in the UK today range from £15,000 to £40,000 per year. It could be useful for any related industry job, such as:
- Dog Welfare Officer.
|Module 01: General Considerations of Bathing and Dying|
|General Considerations of Bathing and Dying||00:11:00|
|Module 02: Getting Your Dog to Love Bath Time|
|Getting Your Dog to Love Bath Time||00:05:00|
|Module 03: Bathing Process|
|Module 04: Drying Your Dog|
|Drying Your Dog||00:05:00|
|Module 05: Eyes, Ears, Teeth and Nail Care|
|Eyes, Ears, Teeth and Nail Care||00:16:00|
|Module 06: Cleaning and Disinfecting the Grooming Area and Equipment|
|Cleaning and Disinfecting the Grooming Area and Equipment||00:12:00|
No Ratings found for this course.