Nationally Accredited Level 3 OCN Dog Grooming Diploma £2979 (KIT additional)
A few times a year one of the most talented dog groomers and teachers in the world, comes to visit UK from her school in Korea.
We are lucky because she pops in and demonstrate her amazing talents.
Our own teachers attend her workshops as well as many other fusion seminars based far and wide. During which they have acquired a pretty high standard in the art and are happy to pass little bits of knowledge and technique on to our more advanced learners as they progress through their courses.
A fun time had by all students and clients. (Woof)
A good time was had by all of our in house students who attended this event. They are all going crazy to get on the next one.
As soon as it is safe to do so, when the COVID-19 virus is under control and schools can legally re-open in a safe manner we will organise another event. We are looking at the most amazing teachers to deliver this for you.
Keep Safe guys!
Speak to a trainer today at our dog grooming school on 0161 670 8935 to discuss your needs or contact us through this link
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If a qualification has been awarded a level 2,3,4 or 5 or so on and is Ofqual and QCF regulated their kudos is the same standard and it is just a different awarding organisation. Please do not be fooled by this myth.
Get the right dog grooming course that meets your needs.
Booking is easy, you will need to select your start date and contact our office request the date, a small deposits is required to confirm the booking of your dog grooming course then we will send you all documentation and payment terms (we can offer advice on funding options available for our dog grooming courses).
All of the teaching team at the dog grooming school have the highest dog grooming qualifications, with many years experience, and each tutor is a qualified teacher or undergoing a mentor programme to become qualified to teach. Therefore, each person assisting with courses possess the skills that will meet your needs as a learner.
We believe that our courses offer the best value for money that it is possible to give. Our dog grooming students are trained to trim and style dogs and not, as we see far too often today, to simply sheep shear off the coat and leave every breed of dog looking the same as the next!
Our teaching students are taught to empathise with the individual and to recognise and learners needs. Giving the future teachers the basic skill primarily to deliver amazing learning experiences that can be passed on to their future classroom.
We quite often like to adopt breed style as we know the styles are important to the dog for many reasons, so we adopt this important breed specific style and adapt it to cutsie pie it up a little. These are the tricks that our friend, Jin, demonstrates to us when she is in town.
"Hurry up back Jin"
Aimed Mainly at the newcomer or apprentice to the dog grooming industry with little or no knowledge or working experience in dog grooming, who wants to learn the basic preparation skills needed in a dog grooming salon.
This nationally accredited courses involve compiling a portfolio of work (assessments and assignments)
Learners will complete :
Our own Professional Dog Stylist Diploma
Students wishing to follow a career in the dog grooming industry will find that our Professional Dog Stylist Diploma Course will provide the practical aspects of the initial level 2 qualification, along with a wider knowledge of practical grooming and styling application across a wide range of groomed breeds of dogs.
By training on both the Diploma course and the Level 2 Certificate our students have one of the soundest bases that is available for commencing a dog grooming career.
The Open College Network West Midlands Level 3 Diploma in Dog Grooming is a flexible and thorough qualification that will prepare learners to carry out practical grooming and care of dogs. Learners will gain knowledge of potential health issues for dogs and skills in canine first aid.
The training is flexible with immaculate attention to detail and the balance between theory and practice reflects the current and future of the grooming industry.
Objectives of the qualification
This qualification can be used flexibly to meet learner needs. Depending on the context of the learning and the needs of each individual learner, the qualification can:
This qualification has been designed to enable learners to:
Learners need to have a level of understanding to be able to work at Level 3. There are no other entry requirements.
Learners Will Cover in depth
Level 3 qualification will require the following skill enhancements and will be delivered over a minimum of 270 guided learning hours or 30 days practical and 10 days Theory minimum with us.
There is a total qualification time expectancy of a further 113 hours consisting of hours spent in preparation, study and assessment practices also.
The purpose of this unit is for learners to demonstrate their knowledge of animal welfare and associated legislations to enhance the welfare of the dog under their care.
The learner will also gain knowledge of health and safety legislations to protect themselves as dog groomers, their fellow workers and clients.
The learner will carry out skills to demonstrate the correct use of PPE, waste disposal, cleaning, housing dogs at the grooming environment, along with the preparation of regularly updated risk assessments.
This unit is fundamental to the running of a grooming environment, to ensure the safe working practice of groomers and the dogs in their care.
It allows learners to develop knowledge and practical based experience to minimise risk levels on a day to day basis.
The course covers:
Animal based legislation and regulations:
What is this unit about?
The purpose of this unit is to provide the learner with the knowledge, understanding and skills required to carry out styling and finishing techniques using various trimming methods ensuring the methods are suitable for both the dog and the client.
The learner will also gain knowledge of various hand and electrical equipment and tools and demonstrate their safe use, maintenance and storage.
This unit continues to embed high levels of animal welfare and safe working practices to ensure a safe environment for the dog, groomer and the customer.
What is this unit about?
The purpose of this unit is to allow the learner to develop their knowledge, understanding and skills required to care for a dog within the grooming salon.
The learner will gain basic canine anatomy and physiology knowledge and be able to discuss methods to minimise risks and improve levels of animal welfare based on the individual requirements of the dog.
The learner will be able to recognise normal and abnormal behaviours demonstrated in a range of breeds/temperaments/ages and be able to adjust grooming regime accordingly.
The importance of ongoing health checking is emphasised throughout this unit allowing the groomer to modify techniques and grooming methods.
This unit continues to embed animal welfare and high standards of health and safety, through behavioural observations, suitable handling and restraining techniques and using the appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE).
What is this unit about?
The purpose of this unit is to allow the learner to develop their experience with dealing with clients and understanding the importance of excellent customer service skills.
This unit focuses on the administration aspect of the dog grooming salon and provides the learner with practical experience with managing the paperwork and dealing with financial matters.
Please contact us for more information.
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21 Little Ees Lane, Sale, Manchester, M33 5GT,Great Britain United Kingdom
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Saturday: By appointment