Canine training services
SafeLane Global provides detection and patrol dog teams and related services, including comprehensive NASDU (overseas) endorsed canine training programmes to private clients and government agencies internationally.
All company canine teams are trained using positive reinforcement, and in accordance with both the US Military Working Dog Program (AR 190-12) and UN EDD Quality Standards. SafeLane Global's training methods lead the way, and set the standards others follow.
All SafeLane Global’s courses, including its canine training programmes, are created and delivered by industry experts.
Its canine instructors translate their unrivalled experience and wealth of knowledge working with dogs in the UK and abroad into the most relevant and effective programmes for clients.
Canine training services:
The company maintains a dedicated training facility in South Africa and trains dogs to detect:
- Explosives (commercial, military and home made explosives (HME))
- Small arms and ammunition
- Stowaways and intruders
- Digital media (USBs, external hard drives)
In addition, it trains patrol dogs for perimeter searches.
The company also trains handlers and continues to supports them post-pairing with their working dogs.
SafeLane Global delivers refresher training to handlers and dogs to ensure deployed canine teams meet its standard operating procedures (SOPs).
Furthermore, it offers full accreditation training with all processes in line with project and client standards.
SafeLane’s canine consultants
SafeLane employs canine consultants who are search specialists and who each worked for the Metropolitan Police Dog Training Establishment at the highest level.
Its lead consultants were instrumental in developing the highest levels of training and accreditation currently employed in the UK government sector.
You can learn more about SafeLane Global’s affiliation with the National Association of Security Dog Users (NASDU) here, and discover how SafeLane’s canine training programmes are accredited to the highest standards.
Alternatively, to discuss how SafeLane’s canine training programmes can enhance the protection, detection or handler services you currently offer, get in touch today.
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