SDS Ltd., Bank Hall Farm, Bank Lane, Melling, Liverpool L31 1AX

Course Title: GENERAL PURPOSE SECURITY DOG INITIAL COURSE

 

Benefit: A course designed to consolidate the basic skills required of a handler and dog, providing the customer with an effective operational team capable of immediate deployment.

 

Audience: Any agencies in the U.K. and abroad that require dog handler teams for security purposes.

 

Aim: To train a handler and dog team up to the minimum standard laid down by their respective association.

 

Learning Areas: Handler and Dog Skills taught in the following areas


 Person Searching - the location and indication of hidden persons within a venue where working. (whether a building, vehicle, or yard)

 Manwork- (ALL EXERCISES COMPLETED ON LEAD) safety on entry and exit from Buildings, and vehicles.

                      To perform test of courage (Stick and Gun)


 Obedience exercises –

   Heelwork

                                       Retrieve

                                       Distance Control

                                       Agility, Long Down.

                                       Speak on Command

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Cross References: On completion of this course it is essential that the successful teams undergo general purpose refresher courses, at regular intervals, as laid down by their respective associations.


 

Business Link: N.A.S.D.U.   /    N.T.I.P.D.U.  

 Duration: 50HRS (ASET LEVEL 2)

 Location / medium: Specialist Dog Services Limited

 Course Contact:

 For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322 or Fax 0151 420 3322

 


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Course Title: GENERAL PURPOSE SECURITY DOG REFRESHER COURSE

 

Benefit: A 1 or 2 day course designed to consolidate the basic training, and to assess the progress of a handler and dog team, re-licensing them where appropriate. Also, to carry out remedial training or rectify any faults identified in the handler/dog’s skills or techniques.

 

Audience: Any agencies in the U.K. and abroad that require dog handler teams for security purposes.

 

Aim: To train a handler and dog team up to the minimum standard laid down by their respective association.

 

Learning Areas: Ongoing training in the following areas


 Handler and Dog Skills


 Person Searching-The location and indication of hidden persons within the venue where working. (whether buildings, vehicles, or yards )

 Manwork- (ALL EXERCISES COMPLETED ON LEAD) safety on entry and exit of Buildings, and vehicles.

                      To perform test of courage (Stick and Gun)

 Obedience exercises- Heelwork

                                       Retrieve

                                       Distance Control

                                       Agility, Long Down.

                                       Speak on Command

 

Cross References: This is a follow-up to the Initial Security Dog Course


It is essential that handler/ dog teams undergo general-purpose refresher courses, at regular intervals.

 

Business Link: N.A.S.D.U.   /    N.T.I.P.D.U.  Operational Support.

Duration: 1 or 2 days

Location / medium: S.D.S. Ltd  Dog Training Establishment

Course Contact:

 For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322 or Fax 0151 420 3322

 

Course Title: PASSIVE DRUGS DOG – INITIAL SEARCH COURSE

 

Benefit: The successful candidate will be capable of handling a passive search dog, in an operational environment, detecting the presence of illegal substances secreted on the person.

 

Audience: Any agency that requires the use of ‘passive dogs’ in the operational environment.


Aim: This course is designed to meet the growing demands in the field of drug enforcement and will include training in the detection of all the known illegal drugs substances in use.

Learning Areas: To ensure that the handler:-

 Is capable of handling a passive drugs search dog

 Can be self-motivated and conscientious

 Has the ability to work without supervision

 Possess the necessary common sense, combined with confidence, patience and determination

 Is updated with the current legislation


To ensure that the dog has:-

 The necessary physical condition and general health to undertake the task

 Has an above average ability to search and willingness to work

 Has a good temperament – Not unduly aggressive or nervous

 Has the capability to work in all types of conditions

 Has the stamina, both physical and mental, to work for long periods without tiring or losing motivation

 

Cross References: It is desirable that the person attending the course has handled a general-purpose dog and has had some knowledge of dog handling.

 

Business Link: Prevent and detect the misuse of illegal drugs

NASDU/ NTIPDU

Duration: 60 HRS

Location / medium: S.D.S. Ltd  Dog Training Establishment.

PRACTICABLE BASED COURSE

Course Contact: For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322 or Fax 0151 420 3322

Course Title: PASSIVE DRUGS DOG – REFRESHER SEARCH COURSE

 

Benefit: The successful candidate will be capable of handling a passive search dog, in an operational environment, detecting the presence of illegal substances secreted on the person.

 

Audience: Any agency that requires the use of ‘passive dogs’ in the operational environment.

 

Aim: This course is designed to meet the growing demands in the field of drug enforcement and will include training in the detection of all the known illegal drugs substances in use.

 Learning Areas: To ensure that the handler:-

 Is capable of handling a passive drugs search dog

 Can be self-motivated and conscientious

 Has the ability to work without supervision

 Possess the necessary common sense, combined with confidence, patience and determination

 Is updated with the current legislation


To ensure that the dog has:-

 The necessary physical condition and general health to undertake the task

 Has an above average ability to search and willingness to work

 Has a good temperament – Not unduly aggressive or nervous

 Has the capability to work in all types of conditions

 Has the stamina, both physical and mental, to work for long periods without tiring or losing motivation

 

Cross References: It is essential that the person attending the course has handled an Initial Passive drug Dog Course and has deployed the dog in the operational environment.

Business Link: Prevent and detect the misuse of illegal drugs NASDU/NTIPDU

Duration: 2/3DAYS. ASET

Location / medium: S.D.S. Ltd  Dog Training Establishment.

Course Contact: For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322  or Fax 0151 420 3322

Course Title: PRO-ACTIVE DRUG DETECTION DOG – INITIAL COURSE

 Benefit: To impart the basic skills required of a dog and handler to enable them to become an effective licensed team to detect the illegal use of drugs in the operational environment.

 

Audience: Any agencies in the UK and abroad that require dog handler teams for deployment in offensive and defensive search operations.

 

Aim: The aim is to meet the growing demands in the field of drug enforcement and will include training in the detection of all illegal substances which may currently be in use.

Learning Areas: To ensure that the handler:-

 Is capable of handling a drugs search dog

 Can be self-motivated, conscientious and can work without supervision possessing common-sense, confidence, patience and determination


To establish if the dog has:

 An above average ability to search, willingness to work, a good temperament with no undue aggression or nervousness

 The capability to work in all types of conditions and the stamina to work for long periods without tiring


To train the handler in:

 The correct method of working their drugs search dog during a search

 The safe handling of drugs and associated materials

 An awareness of drugs types, classification and effects


To train the dog:

 To be obedient both on and off the lead under all conditions

 To detect and indicate the presence of drugs for which it has been trained

 To search all types of areas, buildings, vehicles and outside terrain

 To ignore all reasonable distractions i.e. noise, movement or alternative odours from a human, animal or artificial source which is not physically interfering with the dog

 To accept all reasonable form of transport / carriage

 

Cross References: It is desirable the person attending the course has handled a general-purpose dog and / or has some knowledge of dog handling

Business Link: Prevention and detection of prohibited drugs

Duration: 60 HRS  

Location / medium: S.D.S. Ltd  Dog Training Establishment

Course Contact: For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322 or Fax 0151 420 3322

Course Title: PRO-ACTIVE DRUG DETECTION DOG – REFRESHER COURSE

 

Benefit: To impart the basic skills required of a dog and handler to enable them to become an effective licensed team to detect the illegal use of drugs in the operational environment.

 

Audience: Any agencies in the UK and abroad that require dog handler teams for deployment in offensive and defensive search operations.

 

Aim: The aim of this course is designed to meet with the growing demands in the field of drug enforcement and will include training in the detection of Cannabis, Cocaine, Amphetamines and other illegal substances which may currently be in use.

 Learning Areas: To ensure that the handler:-

 Is capable of handling a drugs search dog

 Can be self-motivated, conscientious and can work without supervision possessing common-sense, confidence, patience and determination


To establish if the dog has:

 An above average ability to search, willingness to work, a good temperament with no undue aggression or nervousness

 The capability to work in all types of conditions and the stamina to work for long periods without tiring


To train the handler in:

 The correct method of working their dog during a search

 The safe handling of drugs and associated materials

 An awareness of drugs types, classification and effects


To train the dog:

 To be obedient both on and off the lead under all conditions

 To detect and indicate the presence of drugs for which it has been trained

 To search all types of areas, buildings, vehicles and outside terrain

 To ignore all reasonable distractions i.e. noise, movement or alternative odours from a human, animal or artificial source which is not physically interfering with the dog

 To accept all reasonable form of transport / carriage

 

Cross References: It is essential the person attending the course has completed an initial drug’s course.

Business Link: Prevention and detection of prohibited drugs

Duration: 2 Days

Location / medium: S.D.S. Ltd  Dog Training Establishment

Course Contact: For booking and further information call Bob Pollard on 0151 420 3322 or Fax 0151 420 3322