Training provider iPET Network has launched a new Level 2 qualification in Canine Nutrition, suitable for pet care professionals as well as dog owners.
The qualification will be taught by nutrition consultant Caroline Griffith, author of The Best Dog Diet Ever, and other approved iPET Network Training Providers. The remote learning qualification is regulated by Ofqual, and includes guidance in understanding the kinds of food available as well as portion control, and is aimed at learners who want to know more about feeding dogs or as an introduction to the more in-depth Level 3 Diploma in Canine Nutrition.
Griffith said: “The new Level 2 qualification is a great introduction to canine nutrition, and the more in-depth Level 3 qualification. The Level 2 will enable the learner to make more informed choices about what they feed their own dog, or the dogs in their care.”
Sarah Mackay and Fern Gresty of the iPET Network, added: “We are so excited to be launching a Level 2 qualification in canine nutrition, and to be working with experienced professionals such as Caroline on these qualifications.
“Caroline is an inspiring and informed tutor, and all of our learners so far have come away with a real depth of knowledge in this important subject.
“Nutrition is so important in the care and longevity of our pets, and the more people that have knowledge of this in our canine care industries the better.”