Mali Club UK


Level 2 (Advanced)

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Accreditation Requirements

1. Care and ownership
Remove the Dog from the Vehicle in a safe and controlled manner. With the Dog in a Sit position the Examiner will verbally test the Handler on their knowledge of dog ownership. The Examiner should be able to approach within four feet with the dog remaining calm in the sit position. To complete this exercise a series of questions will be asked covering health, welfare and the law.

2. Walking to Heel and Speak on Command.
The Handler must be able to walk the Dog in a forward direction without any undue pulling in any direction, at Normal, slow and fast pace both on and off lead. The Handler should be able to demonstrate, upon request, the ability to complete a right, left and about turn, sit, Stand and down. The handler to fit an approved basket type Muzzle and under instruction carry out normal pace Heel for 20 paces to include two turns without the Dog showing any undue discomfort. The handler will be required to place the Dog into a Sit and upon instruction they will be required to get the Dog to Speak, Cease and then speak again.

3. Doors or Gates
This test will again be completed on lead and is to demonstrate the Handlers control. With the dog in a sit position, the handler must be able to move forward to open a gate or door. The handler to proceed through the opening, once through, the dog to be called and placed back into the sit position whilst the handler secures the door or gate.

4. Down Stay (Three minute)
The Handler will be required to place the dog into a down and upon instruction with the lead off walk away ten paces and turn to face the dog. This to be done for a period of two minutes. When instructed the handler will be allowed to give a further command to the Dog and then the Handler will move to designated position out of sight of the Dog. For a further Minute. Upon instruction to return to the Dogs side until told the exercise has finished

5. Recall
The Handler will release the dog from its lead to enable it to run free (within a secure area). At a suitable time the handler will be instructed to recall their dog. The dog should return to the handler and stop in the present position and upon instruction to go to the Heel position.

6. Agility
This exercise will require the dog to safely negotiate, off lead and under control, (between the obstacles the Dog can be put back on Lead) A Clear Hurdle, A Frame,
Tyre Jump, Dog Walk, Scale, Seesaw and Long Jump. The size / height of all obstacles will be determined by the size and height of the Dog.

7. Patrols and Handler Protection
The Handler will be verbally given assignment instructions for a fictional place of work. This may include Buildings, different Ground/Floor surfaces, and Dark and Light areas. They will be advised of any Health and Safety issues regarding the Site. At this point the Handler will be given the chance to clarify any of the instructions or ask for any further information they require. The Handler during his Patrol will be expected to report any Hazards they see that have not already been identified. The Handler will be expected to deal with situations as they arise. This may include Criminal and Civil offences. Single or multiple person(s), The Recording of information and with the use of Radio Communication and correct radio procedure keeping a fictional control room informed of the relevant facts.

A debrief will take place at the end of every Patrol and Protection session for the Examiner to discuss and ensure the Handler as a clear understanding of there actions.

With contributions from:RFS BRANCH, M.CHALLIS ,A.FORTE , J.O NEIL

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