Helping to share knowledge, experience and insights with our learners
As part of our commitment to excellence, the Dog Business School follows key developments impacting canines and related businesses.
Through strategic partnerships, we actively engage with Defra, local government authorities, Ofqual-appointed national awarding organisations, AIM Qualifications and Assessment Group, iPet Network, and trade bodies and online community forums such as Dog Care Professionals UK, the Association of Dog Boarders and the Facebook groups How To Be A Great Dog Walker and UK Dog Care Professionals with the aim of helping all concerned.
The Dog Business School aims to deliver a robust theoretical and practical knowledge exchange with its ‘students’ and in so doing, to create a positive experience that is professional, fun and rewarding.
AIM Qualifications is one of the UK’s leading national awarding organisations (AO). AIM is regulated by Ofqual, and licensed by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA) to award and certificate the Access to Higher Education (HE) Diploma.
The Dog Business School is an AIM Qualifications approved training centre (Centre Number: 61391) delivering a range of regulated, accredited and bespoke qualifications and courses.
iPET Network is an Awarding Organisation (AO) regulated by Ofqual and CCEA Regulations and Qualifications Wales specialising in qualifications in the Animal Care and Veterinary Science sector.
The Dog Business School is an iPet Network approved training provider (Training Provider Number: 2105023) delivering a range of regulated, accredited and bespoke qualifications and courses.
Dog Care Professionals UK
The purpose of Dog Care Professionals UK is:
To promote the benefits of responsible and professional dog care, and the adoption of best practice; to protect the welfare of dogs and by inference the interests of members and the broader community through responsible representation to Government, to regulatory and licensing organisations and to other representative organisations as well as to members of the public; and to educate stakeholders, pet owners and aspiring pet owners further is the welfare of pets.
The Association of Dog Boarders
The Association of Dog Boarders was formed in 2019 as a not for profit, industry specific organisation. It is run by a team who are all licensed dog boarders or day care owners and looks to support their members thorough experience and knowledge. They are a limited by guarantee company.