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Developing the next generation of animal care, training and behaviour specialists in Ireland.

Study with us and join our ever growing network.

2014 Prospectus

www.AniEd.ie


Welcome to AniEd! Mission Statement AniEd is a private institution providing accredited education in the fields of animal care, training and behaviour. Our educational ethos is based in empowering our learners with critical thinking skills and the understanding to promote welfare friendly interactions with all animals. We endeavor to create an industry that is populated by educated professionals who will hold the welfare of their clients, animal and human, at the forefront. We believe that education at all levels (pet owners, animal welfare volunteers, animal care professionals) is the key to improving animal welfare in Ireland.

AniEd is run by professional and qualified trainers and behaviourists who have experience educating both canines and humans. We have networked with some of the best training and behaviour professionals around the world in relation to developing course content and qualifications that are relevant to the industry now and in the future. For three years we have worked on developing AniEd and our accreditation with OCN NI. We bring a wealth of knowledge, contacts and real life experience to AniEd, sharing this and much more with our learners.

AniEd, or Animal Education, came into fruition as we recognised the distinct lack of education and standard of best practice in the developing and fast growing animal care industry. Most professionals, including ourselves, have had to look to organisations and certifications in the US or UK for qualifications and education. This is the first time dog training qualifications from an accredited institution have been offered in Ireland and this spells a change for the industry here. The dog training and behaviour industries, and large parts of the animal care industry also, are unregulated the world over and as such the welfare of dogs and their owners are suffering. We at AniEd, with our learners, are shaping the industry by equipping the next generation of professionals with the tools to change the industry from within. AniEd is an Irish Limited Company (no. 518054) and as accredited provider with OCN NI (no. NI/60801) offer courses at OCN Levels 2, 3, 4 and 5.


Exciting new courses for early 2014! We are always working on bringing you exciting courses to enhance your career and keep you challenged!

Book new courses NOW! Stay informed by watching our website: www. anied.ie and by liking our FaceBook page: facebook.com/aniedireland

If you would like to register interest in any of these exciting courses or events please send an email to info@anied.ie and we will add you to the list!

Our fantastic entry level courses for those wishing to start careers in animal care and pet dog training are now available! These courses are perfect for those wanting to embark on a new career with animals but are not sure quite where to start. Our Canine Studies courses are starting in early 2014 too and are designed for serious dog lovers who are keen to learn more about their favourite companion. We have launched our new Level 4 units for those wanting to enhance their pet dog training skills in areas such as puppy training, rescue dog training and on emphasising the teaching of canine self control for companion dogs.

Like all of our courses they are accredited by OCN NI and are delivered using the highest standards of instruction and study materials.

Don’t miss out! Talk to us today about our exciting courses and enhancing your career in animal care, training and behaviour.


Accreditation What are levels & credits? Each unit (or subject) is awarded a level and credit value according to the amount of work and skill required to satisfy the assessment criteria. For example, each credit at OCN NI Level 4 is worth about 10 notional hours of work that might include lecture time, practical work, studying and reading, assessment work and so on. If, for example, you are to embark on a Level 4 course of 5 credit value you may expect to invest about 50 hours of study to complete it. Credit value at specific levels is a simple way of comparing courses and understanding the value of work you have completed.

Who is OCN NI? OCN NI is a national Awarding Organisation based in Northern Ireland serving all of Ireland. They are an education charity and an awarding body working with the community, with people and with businesses, creating qualifications that enable communities, business and people to grow and develop. OCN NI work with their providers to design and develop courses along specific guidelines. Their vision is to be recognised and respected as the leading credit based learning and development body throughout Ireland, promoting social inclusion, wider participation and community transformation.

Why OCN NI? We are delighted to have qualified as a provider with OCN NI after a rigorous QA process. OCN NI is the best fit for AniEd and our learners because they offer full support to their centres with strict guidance on course development yet allowing for the centres’ expertise to be expressed in curriculum writing. Providers must conform and maintain high standards of QA, particularly in relation to assessment procedures, which protects you, the learner. OCN NI levels and credits are compatible to those in Ireland and the UK so as to allow for ease of progression to higher levels of education should our learners choose to continue their studies. Accreditation is becoming increasingly important as this industry strives towards professionalism and regulation. For more on OCN NI see their website: www.ocnni.org.uk


How to apply

Studying with AniEd

You can apply online, by post or in person. 

Emphasis is on the learner developing critical thinking skills and their own evidence based opinions

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Study with high quality resources in the form of Course Manuals written by experts in the field and Assessment Portfolios to guide you Free access supporting materials so no requirement to purchase further resources Course specific Learner Handbook and Moodle Manual to guide you in studying with AniEd Access to Moodle, our virtual learning environment to interact with other learners and tutors, access resources and supporting materials

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Fill out the Registration Form online or in this prospectus and return it to us For some courses you will be sent a full Application Form to complete and submit Depending on your chosen course you may be asked to attend for interview Once we have received the appropriate, completed documentation and payment we will send the first of your Course Materials You will have seven days during which you can decide to continue or request a refund of fees paid Once you have read and signed the Declaration and we have received it you will be ready to start your course on the commencement date.

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Registration reserves a place. Your place is not secured until payment of deposit, registration fee and/or appropriate fees have been paid as agreed per payment plan. The OCN NI registration fee and deposit (where relevant ) are non-refundable When learners submit their application form they confirm that they can meet all the relevant Entry Requirements as listed for each course on the website and media. There is no refund of fees paid if, after starting the course, the learner cannot fulfil the entry requirements. Learners must ensure that they have access to relevant animals and resources to fulfil the assessment requirements of the course. Learners are to be advised that it is the onus of the learner to organise access to required resources. There is no refund of fees available should a learner, after starting a course, be unable to access required resources. Upon receipt of course materials the learner has 7 days to cancel their application. AniEd must be notified in writing within seven days of receipt of materials stating the reasons for cancellation. If you cancel your course in accordance with these terms, a full fees refund less deposit, OCN NI registration fee and bank charges will be made to you or failing that a place reserved for you on a course of your choice that is of the same value. All refunds will be processed within 30 days of written request and accepted refund via bank transfer. If you decide to cancel after 7 day ‘cooling off’ period you may do so but you will be bound to pay the full outstanding balance of course fees We reserve the right to change the amounts charged and any such changes will be displayed on our website. Course fees must be paid according to the payments plan agreed with AniEd at enrolment. This also applies during formal or informal interruption of studies. Learners who withdraw after they have officially started the course, or are formally withdraw from the course by AniEd are required to pay all outstanding fees for the course.

Full terms and conditions are available upon enrolment and request.


Choosing the right course for you I love dogs and am interested in learning more about canine behaviour and health

Canine Health & Disease (Level 3)

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Canine Nutrition (Level 4)

Canine Studies— Foundation

I love animals and am interested in learning more about the natural world and animal-human interactions

The Study of Animal Behaviour (Level 4)

Animal Welfare Science (Level 4)

Animal Healthcare (Level 3)

I would really like to work with animals but not sure where to start

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Animal Healthcare (Level 3)

Canine Studies (Levels 3/4)


Choosing the right course for you I work/volunteer in animal rescue and rehoming

Animal Healthcare (Level 3)

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Animal Welfare Science (Level 4)

Canine Rescue & Rehoming (Level 4)

Canine Studies (Levels 3/4)

I am a Veterinary Nurse and want to add to my skills and qualifications

Super Puppy Classes (Level 4)

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Animal Welfare Science (Level 4)

Canine Studies (Level 4)

I already work in animal care and would like to increase my skills and qualifications (I work as a groomer, dog walker, pet sitter, in kennels, in a petshop or other position caring for animals)

Animal Healthcare (Level 3)

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Canine Nutrition (Level 4)

Animal Welfare Science (Level 4)

Canine Studies (Levels 3/4)


Choosing the right course for you I have some experience in canine training and behaviour and would like to enhance my skills and knowledge

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4)

Canine Training & Instruction (Level 3)

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT) (Level 4)

Canine Studies— Foundation

Canine Studies— Advanced (Level 4)

Canine Nutrition (Level 4)

Super Puppy Classes

Canine Learning Theory for Dog Trainers    

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homestudy 6 months Level 4 13 credits

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part time 5 months Level 4 7 credits

€290.00

€280.00

Teaching Canine Self Control

Canine Rescue & Rehoming

part time 5 months Level 4 7 credits

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€280.00

part time 7 months Level 4 9 credits €290.00


Choosing the right course for you

I want to embark on a successful career as a professional pet dog trainer

I already meet the minimum entry requirements

I have a little experience

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT)

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (ICB)

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT)

Canine Studies -

I’m just starting out and don’t have much experience

Foundation

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT)

I’m just starting out and haven’t studied in this area before

Canine Training & Instruction (Level 3)

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT)


Courses Units 

Introduction to Canine Behaviour

Researching & Evaluating Material

Canine Learning Theory

Canine Training Techniques

Biology and Animal Anatomy & Physiology

Business Management

Organising Classes & Instruction Skills

Animal Behaviour

Animal Welfare

Canine Nutrition & Dietary Requirements

Domestication & Selective Breeding

Canine Behaviour (Advanced)

Canine Training (Advanced)

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician (CBTT) The Canine Training and Behaviour Technician course offers over 90 credits at OCN NI Level 4 (approx. Level 7 NFQ, Ireland) which is comparable to study at first year degree level. Upon successful completion you will be awarded a qualification as a Canine Behaviour and Training Technician (CBTT). This course is delivered over two block weeks and four weekends all within one calendar year.

NEXT COURSE JULY ‘14

We will be taking registrations for the next CBTT course very soon. To register your interest, please email info@anied.ie You can pay in full or in installments: Option 1 (Pay in Full): Total €2980 (includes €320 deposit and €80 OCN NI Registration fee) Option 2 (Installments):

Biology of Behaviour & Cognition

Total: €3280

Human Psychology, Training & Counseling Skills

Payment plan must be agreed with AniEd before commencement

€320 deposit , €80 OCN NI registration fee and first installment must be received to secure place


Teach practice classes:

Canine Behaviour & Training Technician Entry Requirements: If you have any questions about your eligibility for this course please contact us to discuss. Minimum Entry Requirements:

Train other species :

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Leaving Certificate or equivalent to include pass Biology, Chemistry and/or similar at ordinary or higher level Minimum of Merit at Level 5 FETAC in Animal Care in relevant subjects Successful learners at FETAC Level 6 in a related discipline (e.g. Animal Science modules) Veterinary Nursing at Level 6, 7 and 8

Outside of the above: Minimum of Merit at Level 5 (e.g. FETAC or equivalent) combined with life experience via interview and application Professionals already working with animals via interview and application Where none of the above applies we will accommodate applicants who do not have formal education or experience in this field but who can demonstrate the capacity to participate via interview and application. We will take every application on a case by case basis and do our best to help you reach your career goals.

The CBTT course is run from a number of locations to take advantage of excellent resources and facilitate practical work. Develop training skills:

We will work from facilities in Dublin and from Tayto Park in Co. Meath. There is ample parking at all locations that we use and they are well serviced by public transport.

Once you have attained your CBTT qualification you and your business will be listed in our growing network, building a strong professional database of qualified CBTTs. The CBTT network will also give you access to class plans, marketing help, handouts and other Dogs enjoy lectures too!

resources to cut down on set up costs for your developing business. This network of CBTT’s will be a reliable one where you can safely and happily refer to each other around different parts of the country. This is available for qualified CBTTs only and is in development as our first intake prepares to graduate.


Canine Training & Instruction

Courses Units

Biology of Animal Care

Communication Skills & Customer Service

Health & Safety in Animal Care

Canine Training Class Assistance

The Canine Training & Instruction course offers 40 credits at OCN NI Level 3 (approx. Level 6 NFQ, Ireland). Upon successful completion you will be awarded a qualification in Canine Training & Instruction This course is delivered on a part time basis over nine months. This course is ideal for those wishing to enter the canine training and behaviour industry and start on the career path toward becoming a qualified, professional pet dog trainer. This is the perfect starter course to help you realise those career dreams!

NEXT COURSE: MARCH 2014

Weekend 1—22nd and 23rd March

Canine Health & Disease

Weekend 2—5th and 6th July

Canine Nutrition

Weekend 3—18th and 19th October

Learning Theory & Applications

You can pay in full or in installments: Total €1080 (includes €80 OCN NI Registration fee)


Animal Healthcare The Animal Healthcare course offers 40 credits at OCN NI Level 3 (approx. Level 6 NFQ, Ireland). Upon successful completion you will be awarded a qualification in Animal Healthcare. This course is delivered on a part time basis over nine months.

Courses Units

Biology of Animal Care

Communication Skills & Customer Service

Health & Safety in Animal Care

The Animal Healthcare course is ideal for those who are currently working in animal care and for those wishing to enter the animal care industry. If you have always wanted to work with small pets or exotics then this is the course for you!

NEXT COURSE: MARCH 2014

Weekend 1—22nd and 23rd March 

Small Animal Nutrition

Small Animal Health & Disease

Animal Handling & Husbandry

Weekend 2—12th and 13th July

Weekend 3— 25th and 26th October

You can pay in full or in installments: Total €1080 (includes €80 OCN NI Registration fee)


Canine Studies—Foundation Whether you are a pet owner, a volunteer or a professional our Canine Studies courses will appeal to you! The Canine Studies—Foundation course offers two in-depth units, taught on a homestudy and part time basis over six months. This course introduces you to complex concepts relevant to dog care and maintaining canine health, both physical and behavioural.

The Canine Studies—Foundation course is ideal for those who want to learn more about their pet dogs and is just as suitable for those considering beginning their studies in this field as they embark on a new career path. The course will be delivered via a combination of lectures, practicals, discussions and home study.

Course Units: 

Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4—5 credits)

Canine Health & Disease (Level 3—7 credits)

So if you are all about dogs, dogs, dogs this is the course for you! This course starts on the 1st March 2014 until the end of September. Canine Studies—Foundation day: Saturday 3rd May 2014 You can pay in full or in installments: Total €290 (includes €40 OCN NI Registration fee)

Canine Studies—Advanced You have the basics and want to know more—this course will offer you a complex and challenging course on the complexities of canine behaviour. This course offers three advanced, Level 4 units, taught on a homestudy and part time basis (two full days )over 9 months.

Course Units: 

Canine Behaviour (Advanced) (6 credits)

Biology of Behaviour & Cognition (5 credits)

Canine Training (Advanced) (6 credits)

This builds on previous study and understanding of canine behaviour and cognition reflecting a very high profile and current area of study within canine science. Due to the challenges that this course presents there are entry requirements, as follows:   

Successful completion of Introduction to Canine Behaviour (Level 4) Successful completion of Canine Studies—Foundation Distinction in FETAC Level 6 Animal Science course

Canine Studies– Advanced will be open for registration in mid-2014 You can pay in full or in installments: Total €390 (includes €80 OCN NI Registration fee)


Introduction to Canine Behaviour (ICB) Course Content The Evolution and Domestication of the Domestic Dog The Canine-Human Relationship Domestic Dog Social Behaviour Canine Signaling Behavioural Development Canine Learning  Classical Conditioning  Operant Conditioning  Applying Learning Theory to Teaching Dogs Teaching Dogs Training & Behaviour Issues

This home study course is designed to help you to develop a greater understanding

3 months Homestudy €195

of our canine companions. This course is our introductory course to all things dog behaviour at this level and is suitable for pet owners and professionals alike. It is ideal for those who are embarking on a path in canine care and also for

those currently working as groomers, in kennels, in veterinary nursing and other veterinary roles, in petshops or any area of canine care. This course is our recommendation for those considering studying in this area but who are just not quite sure how to go about it. This course will be assessed using a number of assessment techniques and each learner will be provided with an Assessment Portfolio containing full and clear details. There is no written exam as we don’t believe this to be the best way to assess a learner’s understanding of a topic. Assessment work is carried out over the duration of the course. Assessment work:  Q&A Workbook  Canine Signalling Analyses

Practicals demonstrating luring and capturing; filmed and submitted

This course is completely homestudy and is three months in duration. You can sign up any time and will be given your individual end date upon enrolment. Learner support is provided via our VLE (Moodle) and earner community. Tutor support will be available to help you study and carry out assessments. The Introduction to Canine Behaviour course has a 5 credit value at Level 4 (OCN NI) and is accredited by Open College Networks. Course Cost: €160 PLUS €35 OCNNI Registration Fee, Total €195. Fees are non-refundable once a course is booked according to Terms & Conditions.


Canine Nutrition (CN)

canine diet analysis and evaluation to facilitate the choosing of suitable diets, diet design and understanding the effects of diet on health.

The Canine Digestive System

This course is unique in that it is not offered by or backed by any commercial dog food. The learner will gain an insight but will be supported in developing their own understanding of canine diets.

Nutrients

Dangerous Foods for Dogs

depth covering of the nutritional requirements of companion dogs. Emphasis is on helping the learner to develop skills in

Course Content

Feeding Dogs (Canine Diets)

This course provides an in-

3 months Homestudy & 2 Class Days €225

This course is ideal for pet owners and pet professionals alike who have an interest in developing an in-depth understanding of canine nutrition and dietary requirements. This course will be assessed using a number of assessment techniques and each learner will be provided with an Assessment Portfolio containing full and clear details. There is no written exam as we don’t believe this to be the best way to assess a learner’s understanding of a topic. Instead the learner completes three assessment pieces including case studies, diet analysis and the implementation of food based enrichment protocols.

Food and Behaviour

This course includes class tuition and homestudy over three months. You will come to class for one full day of lectures and work on course material at home using the course manual and other support materials. Canine Nutrition Day1: Saturday March 8th 2014

Nutrition for Special Dietary Considerations

Canine Nutrition Day2: Sunday May 4th 2014 Learner support is provided via our VLE (Moodle), learner community. Tutor support will be available to help you study and carry out assessments. This course starts on February 1st 2014 and all assessment material is due at the end of May 2014. The Canine Nutrition course has a 5 credit value at Level 4 (OCN NI) and is accredited by Open College Networks. Course Cost: €190 PLUS €35 OCNNI Registration Fee, Total €225. Fees are non-refundable once a course is booked according to Terms & Conditions


Animal Welfare Science (AWS) This course provides an in-depth introduction to the study of animal welfare, a modern science that looks at how humans and animals interact.

Course Content Introduction to Animal Welfare Controversy and Modern Animal Welfare Topics

This unit takes a pragmatic and unbiased view of this field allowing the learner to explore their personal feelings and opinions as well as objective work on topics in this area.

4 months Homestudy & 2 Class Days €280

This course is suitable for those with a serious interest in animal care, understanding the way humans treat animals and human-animal interactions.

This course will be assessed using a number of assessment techniques and each learner will be provided with an Assessment Portfolio containing full and clear details. There is no written exam as we don’t believe this to be the best way to assess a learner’s

Animal Related Legislation

understanding of a topic. Assessment work is carried out over the duration of the course. Assessment work for this unit involves the completion of a Reflective Log, practicals covering welfare and husbandry tasks, evaluating the welfare of captive animals, appropriate first aid/care interventions and assessing welfare.

Assessing Animal Welfare This course includes class tuition and homestudy over four months. You will come to class for two full days of lectures and practicals and work on course material at home using the course manual and

Animal Handling and Husbandry

other support materials. Learner support is provided via our VLE (Moodle) and learner community. Tutor support will be available to help you study and carry out assessments.

Health and Safety Practices when Working with Animals

This course starts on March 1st 2014 and all assessment material is due at the end of July 2014. Animal Welfare Day 1: Sunday 13th April 2014 Animal Welfare Day 2: Saturday 21st June 2014

The Animal Welfare Science course has a 7 credit value at Level 4 (OCN NI) and is accredited by Open College Networks.

Course Cost: €240 PLUS €40 OCNNI Registration Fee, Total €280. Fees are non-refundable once a course is booked according to Terms & Conditions


Study of Animal Behaviour (SAB) This course takes a broad look at animal

Course Content

behaviour and provides background to the study of this fascinating area.

Introduction to Animal Behaviour

If you are addicted to TV natural history documentaries, then this may be the course for you! This course is suitable for anyone with a serious interest in how the natural world

Approaches to Studying Animal Behaviour

works and is ideal for those working in animal care with a special interest in animal behaviour.

Questions about Behaviour

Animal Cognition

This course will be assessed using a number of assessment techniques and each learner will be provided with an Assessment Portfolio containing full and clear details. There is no written exam as we

5 months Homestudy & 2 Class Days €250

don’t believe this to be the best way to assess a learner’s understanding of a topic. Instead the learner completes two assessment pieces: a project based on the use of observation

Behavioural Ecology

Comparative Psychology & Behaviourism

and ethograms of animal behaviour and a number of practicals on animal learning.

This course includes class tuition and homestudy over five months. You will come to class for one full day of lectures and practicals and work on course material at home using the course manual and other support materials. Learner support is provided via our VLE (Moodle), learner community. Tutor support will be available to help you study and carry out assessments. This course starts on February 1st 2014 and all assessment material is due at the end of July 2014. Animal Behaviour Day1: Sunday 27th April 2014 Animal Behaviour Day2: Sunday 22nd June 2014 The Study of Animal Behaviour course has a 9 credit value at Level 4 (OCN NI) and is accredited by Open College Networks. Course Cost: €210 PLUS €40 OCNNI Registration Fee, Total €250. Fees are non-refundable once a course is booked according to Terms & Conditions


Progression There are only two professions within the animal care industry that are regulated: veterinary surgeons and quite recently, veterinary nurses. Canine behaviour work may see regulation in the coming years but as of right now anyone can call themselves a ‘behaviourist’ or ‘dog trainer’ or any other title they so choose. This is damaging to the industry, to animal welfare and potentially dangerous to unwitting pet owners and members of the public. AniEd works hard to educate pet owners and pet professionals on safely choosing animal care professionals.

All AniEd courses are designed to help our learners enhance their careers, and in some cases generate an entirely new career, in animal care, training and behaviour. We continue to support our learners as they progress beyond their chosen course as they begin to apply their new skills and understanding to helping pets and their people. All our course material has been written by tutors who continue to practice and work in their field, both in the classroom and with clients. Our course material is constantly updated and added to so as to ensure our learners will always have access to the most current and relevant information. We emphasise the importance of professionalism throughout our instruction. Our aim, at the heart of all we do, is to nurture the development of a new wave within the animal training and behaviour industries. As such, we take care to clarify the roles that our courses will help our learners fulfill. We place importance on learning to recognise when to refer and keep the channels of communication open with all learners, past and present, so that they always have somewhere to turn to when they have a question. Those doing short courses are encouraged to build on that and to continue to challenge themselves by working towards completing more courses and further enhancing their careers. Those working through our CBTT course will have the tools to operate a dog training business, with our ongoing support. But learning never stops and we will continue to develop more courses to suit those at all levels, from entry to advanced.


Studying at this level Entry Requirements There are specific entry requirements for the CBTT course due to the heavy workload and challenging content of this course. However, there are no qualification based entry requirements for most of our short courses. All applicants must understand that these courses are OCN NI Level 3 and 4 which requires a level of academic ability. We will of course provide as much support as possible for all learners.

Our courses are designed to encourage the enquiring mind rather than simply learning by rote. Critical thinking, problem solving and organisational abilities are considered core skills. Level 3 courses call for learners to develop independent study skills with support . Although Level 4 courses require learners to bring independent study skills we have designed our course material to support a learners growing independence in learning. This will allow learners to gain most benefit from the challenging material they will be faced with as they progress through their chosen course. We are here to support you every step of the way via Moodle, email, phone or in person. Although time during class contact is strictly measured we are always available to meet with a learner for what ever reason at a convenient time. We will always recommend the best course of study for an individual, always setting you up to succeed.

Student resources In order to fully participate in courses learners must have access to the following:

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a computer (Windows OS or mac equivalent) with Microsoft Office or equivalent and printer, broadband internet connection, e-mail account etc. basic computer skills in using Word or similar word processing programs, Spreadsheets e.g. MS Excel, e-mail, internet browsing and so on stationary and other school supplies means to record assessment work and upload assessment work to a video sharing site according to assessment guidelines

Some courses will specify the following:

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Some courses will require access to one or at least two dogs with which to work who are healthy and dog and people friendly to participate in either/both classroom and assessment activities; these do not have to be your own dogs but you must have permission to use them- if you have any difficulties with this please let us know and we will help you source a dog to work with

some courses will require access to animals of other companion animal species, animals that are healthy and able to participate in assessment activities; these do not have to be your own animals but you must have permission to use them crate, flat collar, 6 foot nylon or leather leash, treats and toys, water bowls, poo-bags and basic pet care equipment for the dog or pet should you bring them to class activities or use him for course work suitable outdoor clothing for working with/observing animals such as wet weather gear, suitable comfortable and weatherproof shoes/boots, warm and weatherproof jacket/coat treat pouch for some assessment work you may need to travel to relevant locations to carry out work and some locations may charge an admission fee – this is the responsibility of the learner and further details can be obtained from a tutor


Contacting AniEd

You can get in touch with us at any time: E-mail: info@anied.ie Making Payments You can pay for AniEd courses online, by post or in person:     

Online via PayPal Bank Transfer Cheque Bank Draft Postal Order

Phone: (01) 8851717 By post::

Damastown Business Centre, Unit 9A, Plato Business Park, Dublin 15


Registration Form Please return this completed form to: AniEd Ltd., Unit 31, Premier Business Park, Ballycoolin Road, Dublin 11 Alternatively you can register online www.anied.ie

Name Address

E-mail Contact Number/s PPS Number Date of Birth Which course would you like to register for?

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