Nescot is proud to announce this specially-created course aimed at those with a particular interest in understanding cat and dog behaviour.
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Classes are held on at 10am on Saturdays, starting from March 9, 2018. The course runs for five hours a week for four weeks.
This course is suitable for pet owners wishing to have a better understanding of their own cats and dogs, or those with a general interest in behaviour who wish to develop knowledge of these two species.
The course is split into four weeks of five-hour sessions, running on a Saturday. At the end of the course you will receive a certificate endorsed by Nescot.
The course will cover topics including the origin of the cat and dog, factors that influence behaviour, how our animals communicate, key behaviours, and managing the multi-cat household.
Topics are assessed through an end of course multiple-choice quiz and lots of discussion along the way.
Students will need to being with them writing materials and paper, a folder for notes, and lots of enthusiasm!
Understanding Cat & Dog Behaviour
Course Code: FC5018-18/19
Annual Fees £250
Government Subsidised: NO
Student Loan Available: NO
Courses are subject to continuing development and changing circumstances that may necessitate their cancellation or alterations to the course content or other related matters, such as fees and delivery times/dates.
No formal entry requirements
The fees listed are for 2018 entry, and apply to home and EU students of all ages. No concessions apply.
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Last updated - 18/5/2018