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The Princess Royal College of Animal Management and Saddlery, London.
Head of School: Christina Bevan
Tel: 0303 003 1234
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Level 2 Certificate for Dog Grooming Assistants

Unless stated otherwise, students aged 16-18 are exempt from tuition and registration fees.
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Starts: September, full-time (16-18yrs)
September and March, part-time (adults) 1 day a week for 20 weeks

Duration: 1 year full-time or part-time for adults only (1 day a week for 20 weeks)
Available at: Enfield

This course has been designed as an introduction to modern dog grooming. The techniques you learn will allow you to start or build a career in dog grooming. On both the full and part-time courses you will gain the skills required to work in the dog grooming industry.

Topics include:

  • bathing and cleaning
  • trimming skills and techniques
  • controlling and restraining methods
  • customer care.

If you apply for the full-time course you will also:

  • learn how to maintain animal health and welfare
  • study animal behaviour
  • undertake work experience.

Entry requirements
You will need at least one of the following:

  • at least four GCSEs at grade 3 and above (D and above)
  • overall Distinction in a Level 1 qualification or equivalent
  • relevant prior learning or experience gained in an appropriate professional environment will be considered
  • you will be encouraged to attend our Summer School.

What next?
Successful completion of this course will enable you to progress to our Level 3 Diploma in Dog Grooming or employment as a dog grooming assistant/kennel worker.

Last updated: 18 Feb 2019