Those listed below have been successful in gaining Kennel Club
Accreditation through the Kennel Club Accreditation Scheme for
Instructors in Dog Training and Canine Behaviour by formal
assessment and, as such, they may use the letters KCAI after their
name to acknowledge their award.
City & Guilds NPTC, the biggest awarding body in the UK for
vocational awards has formally endorsed the KCAI Scheme, and
awarded Centre Approval for the Kennel Club, offering the national
qualification the 'Kennel Club National Quality Award for
Instructors in Dog Training and Canine Behaviour'.
This means that for the first time in the UK, instructors
involved in teaching dog training and advising on canine behaviour
will have the opportunity to gain a nationally recognised, credible
and externally verified qualification. Dog owners and dog training
enthusiasts will also benefit by having the reassurance of a
national standard to ensure that they are provided with the best
quality advice and service. This is awarded upon gaining the Kennel
All scheme members, on registration, have agreed to be subject
to the Code of Practice for Instructors.
NOTE: * denotes an accreditation to the advanced level.
Annie Clayton KCAI (HTMA CDA)
Margaret Booth KCAI (CDA HTMA GCDS)
Gina Pink KCAI (HTMA Ob)
01420 257125 (before 9pm)
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