Is a career working with dogs right for you?

Canine Health Academy Mini Course - How to determine if a career working with dogs is right for you

Does spending your days helping canines sound great but you just aren't sure if it's the right career for you?

We know what it's like to want to change your career or add to your current one.
It's an important and big step and there are lots of things you need to consider.
So, we've put together a mini-course covering all the aspects you need to factor in before making your decision.

Gain the clarity you need

With five easy to watch video modules, all less than ten minutes each, you'll discover what's really involved in a career as a canine therapist.

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Who's this Mini-Course for?

The Certificate Courses in Canine Therapy cater for people from all walks of life and so does this Mini-Course:

  • Dog owners who've experienced benefits with their own dog
  • People wanting a complete career change and love dogs
  • Those volunteering in canine health or rescue centres
  • People working in the canine industry already
  • Mums/dads wanting to do something they're passionate about
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Here's what's covered in the Mini-Course

There are so many factors to consider and so many unknowns. Even if you're currently in the canine industry, these videos will give you a greater understanding of what is required, where the industry is at and where it's going, and what it's really like as a canine therapist.

  • 1

    Video 01

    Canine Therapy as a career option

    • Is there a market for canine therapists
    • Who is this career best suited to
    • What mindset will you need to have
  • 2

    Video 02

    How to choose the right course

    • Do you need an accredited certification
    • The best place to find the right support
    • What makes a great canine therapist
  • 3

    Video 03

    Is now the right time

    • The changing landscape of pet ownership
    • The premiumisation of the industry
    • The trend in preventative care
  • 4

    Video 04

    What is required to become a canine therapist

    • The importance of having a vision
    • Qualification and Location
    • The benefits of being part of a tribe
  • 5

    Video 05

    What a career as a canine therapist is really like

    • Why you would want to become a canine therapist
    • The attitude you will need to succeed
    • Real life examples of how you can save dogs lives

Instructor: Michelle Monk

The Mini-Course Instructor is Michelle Monk - Canine Health Academy founder, owner of Dogs in Motion Canine Rehabilitation Clinic, and leading Australian Canine Physiotherapist.

Michelle is on a mission to provide 100,000 dogs a year with quality canine therapy services. She knows firsthand the difference canine therapy can make in a dog's life (and the owners) and she wants to help as many dogs as she can.

But she can't do it alone!

"I believe ALL dogs deserve to have access to quality health care and together with my students we can make that happen"

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