Level I is offered to all Animal Control Officials, Humane Investigators, and Law Enforcement Officials. Level I is approved by the Kentucky Animal Control Advisory Board for continuing education for Animal Control Officers. Level I is also approved by the DOCJT for CEUs for Kentucky Law Enforcement Officials.
Day 1: Introduction to Horses *Optional*
Day 2: Investigation
Day 3: Recovery and Building a Case
***Due to the confidential nature of the material presented in the class, enrollment is restricted to law enforcement officers; prosecutors and judges; and animal control, humane investigators, veterinarians if employed or contracted with a government agency (sheriff's, police, health department, etc.).
Directions to Derrickson Agriculture Complex:
From 64 East
Take Exit 137 turn left at end of ramp (headed toward Flemingsburg)
You will pass: Kroger Center on left, WalMart on left, Dairy Queen on right, Speedway on right
Turn right at light number 2---at the top of hill past Speedway
Follow Cranston Road (KY 377) for about one mile
Turn left into Derrickson Agriculture Complex
From 64 West
Take Exit 137 turn right at the end of ramp (headed toward Flemingsburg)
This wonderful educational program will be taught by Justin and Tori McLeod of 4Hooves Large Animal Services, LLC. Both instructors have many years' experience in training and responding to animal-related emergencies.
There are 2 levels of involvement in the LAER training: participants and auditors. Participants will attend lectures, demonstrations, be involved in hands on training and will receive a Certificate of Completion. Participant spots are limited so send your registrations in early! Auditors will observe all lectures, demonstrations and hands-on session but will not participate. Auditors will receive a Certificate of Completion for auditing the course.
Topics will include but are not limited to: Animal Behavior, Safety Considerations, Handling and Restraint, Containment, Entrapments, Motor Vehicle Accidents and Overturned Trailers, Barn and Wildfires, Unstable Ground (mud, trench, ice, etc.) Incidents, Water Rescues, Natural Disaster Preparation and Response, Hazardous Materials Decontamination, etc.
Participant fee includes course materials, 3 days of training, lunch for all 3 days and a tshirt.
Auditor fee includes course materials for that day, and lunch. T-shirts may be purchased for an additional fee.
**Payment for programs must be received in order to secure your space in the program.
**Fees will not be refunded after July 15,2018 but alternate personnel can be substituted in.
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4037 Iron Works Parkway Suite 120Lexington, Kentucky 40511