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SCK9 21st Annual Bomb & Drug Detection Seminar
November 12 - November 15$370
Tripwire will be present to conduct HME and Large Hide training.
This Annual K9 Bomb & Drug Detection Seminar takes place for 4-days every November, 9:00am to 6:00pm, with certification on the 4th day. The Drug and Bomb Seminar is designed to enhance a K9 Handler’s abilities. Boost and hone your K9 handling skills; learn from revered K9 experts. Space is limited, so we recommend registering no later than October each year! Our K9 handler training seminar takes place in Florida and includes classroom and field exercises each day. After classroom instruction there’s field training utilizes storage units, warehouses, vehicles, boats, an airport, and a hotel.
What to Bring:
K9 handlers must provide a K9 and all K9 equipment required for the seminar. This equipment may include leashes, collars, Vari-Kennel, food and water bowls, K9 food, rewards, grooming gear, etc. Depending on the season, K9 handlers should also bring inclement weather gear, insect repellent, sun screen. A human hydration system, such as a Camelbak® is recommended for all seasons. Students should wear a utility uniform that’s approved by their organization.
Cost and Payment:
Seminar only: $325.00 – Due upon registration.
Seminar, NNDDA membership and certification: $370.
Certification & Membership with the National Narcotic Detection Association for law enforcement attendees is available, and for non law enforcement attendees certification by the American Detection Canine Association (ADCA) our certification agency is available.
Visa, Mastercard and American Express are accepted. Please request a credit card authorization form via email email@example.com or mail a check with your registration made to Southern Coast K9, 690 Meta Lane , New Smyrna Beach, FL 32168.
- Proper handling of K9
- Hands on training detection work
- Basic skills needed in the areas of problem solving
- Record keeping
- K9 First Aid
- Case law
- Court presentation
- Search patterns
- Practical scenarios