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  • Contains 19 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course covers basic avian anatomy and physiology. Discusses virtual assessment of avians: normal versus abnormal. Basic avian behaviors. Safety and handling techniques for avians in a boarding environment. Avian health as it relates to environment, nutrition, and basic emergencies. This course should take you no more than 8 hours to complete. Once successful completion of this course occurs you will receive your Avian Pet Care Provider Certificate. PACCC CEU Credits Available: 8.0

    This course covers basic avian anatomy and physiology. Discusses virtual assessment of avians: normal versus abnormal. Basic avian behaviors. Safety and handling techniques for avians in a boarding environment. Avian health as it relates to environment, nutrition, and basic emergencies. This course should take you no more than 8 hours to complete. Once successful completion of this course occurs you will receive your Avian Pet Care Provider Certificate.

    PACCC CEU Credits Available: 8.0

  • Contains 23 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course builds upon the information learned in the Avian Pet Care Provider course. This couse expands the students knowledge of intake policies and records, medical emergencies and first aid, geriatric and special needs pets, commonly seen medical problems, medications, nutrition and client relations. With successful completion of this course the student will receive their Certified Avian Pet Care Specialist certificate.

    This course builds upon the information learned in the Avian Pet Care Provider course. This couse expands the students knowledge of intake policies and records, medical emergencies and first aid, geriatric and special needs pets, commonly seen medical problems, medications, nutrition and client relations. With successful completion of this course the student will receive their Certified Avian Pet Care Specialist certificate.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Learn to keep your back safe while lifting.

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    When it comes to back safety and lifting the force is against you! Teach your staff the proper way to lift and how to prevent back injuries with this informative, instructional presentation.

    *Upon completion of this course, you can take the Back Safety & Lifting Quiz to receive 1 PACCC CEU Credit

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    The Blood-borne Pathogen Program is provided and implemented to reduce the risk of an occupational disease encountered through an exposure to blood-borne pathogens.

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    The Blood-borne Pathogen Program is provided and implemented to reduce the risk of an occupational disease encountered through an exposure to blood-borne pathogens. It should be the policy that all employees be aware of the Blood-borne Pathogen Program and that each employee follows the safety guidelines to reduce the risk of an exposure.  Blood-borne Pathogens are defined as any bodily fluid which may be excreted from one’s person.  For example, vomit, blood, mucus, etc., are all carriers that potentially transmit blood-borne pathogens.

  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This is a short quiz to test your comprehension on the Bloodborne Pathogen Program. Upon completion, you will be eligible for 2 PACCC CEU Credits.

    This is a short quiz to test your comprehension on the Bloodborne Pathogen Program. Upon completion, you will be eligible for 2 PACCC CEU Credits.

  • Contains 47 Component(s)

    Canine communication is the most important thing that any dog owner or pet professional can learn. Through careful observation of body posture and other subtle signals, you can effectively determine what your dog is trying to tell you. Fluency in the language of dogs can promote greater safety, more effective handling, and deeper, more satisfying relationships.

    Canine communication is the most important thing that any dog owner or pet professional can learn. Through careful observation of body posture and other subtle signals, you can effectively determine what your dog is trying to tell you. Fluency in the language of dogs can promote greater safety, more effective handling, and deeper, more satisfying relationships. 

  • Contains 19 Component(s)

    In this course, you will learn the importance of knowing and recognizing different breeds of dogs.

    In this course, you will learn the importance of knowing and recognizing different breeds of dogs.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Overview of business insurance

  • Contains 12 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The object of this course is to familiarize you with the basic of canine care in a boarding facility. This course will give you the foundation needed to move forward with the Canine Pet Care Specialist Certification. Upon completion of the course you will be a Canine Pet Care Provider.

    This course covers basic canine anatomy and physiology. Discusses virtual assessment of a canine: normal versus abnormal. Basic canine behaviors. Safety and handling techniques for canines in a boarding environment. Canine health as it relates to environment, nutrition, and basic emergencies. This course should take you no more than 8 hours to complete. Once successful completion of this course occurs you will receive your Canine Pet Care Provider Certificate.

  • Contains 15 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This course builds upon the information learned in the Canine Pet Care Provider curriculum. This course expands the students knowledge of intake policies and records, medical emergencies and first aid, geriatric and special needs pets, group play behavior, commonly seen medical problems, medications, nutrition and client relations. With successful completion of this course the student will receive their Canine Pet Care Specialist certificate.

    This course builds upon the information learned in the Canine Pet Care Provider curriculum. This course expands the students knowledge of intake policies and records, medical emergencies and first aid, geriatric and special needs pets, group play behavior, commonly seen medical problems, medications, nutrition and client relations. With successful completion of this course the student will receive their Canine Pet Care Specialist certificate.