Course Descriptions & Registration


COURSES

Multi-Purpose Canine Handler Course
The Multi-Purpose Canine (MPC) Handlers Course is designed to provide the handler with necessary knowledge in detection, search and tracking-trailing to effectively deploy a fully trained working canine. INFO/REGISTER
Dual-Purpose Canine Handler Course
The Dual Purpose Canine Training Course is a 4-week course of specialized instruction, designed to provide the K9 handler with a highly trained canine well versed in all detection and tracking/trailing related tasks. INFO/REGISTER
Single-Purpose Canine Handler Course
The K2 Solutions Single-Purpose Canine Handler Course is a 4-week course of specialized instruction specifically designed for the Narcotic or Explosive Detection Canine Team. INFO/REGISTER
Person-Borne Canine Handler Course
The K2 Solutions, Inc. (K2) Person Borne (PB) Handler Course is 8 weeks of specialized instruction, designed to ensure the handler is teamed with a highly trained PB canine that can work in all operational environments. INFO/REGISTER
In-Service/Train-the-Trainer Course
The purpose of the Train the Trainer Course is to provide the handler with necessary knowledge to effectively select, train and deploy a fully trained working canine. INFO/REGISTER
Homemade Explosives (HME) Course
The goal of the training course is to imprint the canine on TATP odor and to maintain a safe environment for the end-user by identifying environmental threats. INFO/REGISTER
Buried Odor Detection Training Seminar
The purpose of Buried Odor Detection Course is to teach theory and practical training aspects of imprinting a canine to detect buried odor, target odors, aged odors and prepare teams for certification. INFO/REGISTER
In Service K9 Training Seminar
The In Service K9 Training Course is a refresher course for handlers seeking help with specific training issues. See course schedule for available dates and times. INFO/REGISTER
Decoy Seminar
When it comes to bite work having a talented decoy can have a huge impact on your training. The majority of bite work is taught by the decoy, not the handler. INFO/REGISTER