K9 Dog Training
Location: Poland – European Security Academy
Our K9 Dog Training is dedicated to advancing the patrol and detection skills of the professional K9 team. The course is aimed at working dogs from a military or civilian background. You and your dog do not have to belong to a military or police unit to participate – but both of you need to have prior working dog training. Please send us an email request with a description of your and your dog’s experience before booking the course. Hosted by ESA’s one-of-a-kind training site in Europe, the training incorporates an extensive urban training site with a rappel tower and a vast shooting range complex. We will make ample use of these facilities as we cover topics such as:
Protection and apprehension
Room and building searches
Working in and around vehicles
Working under distractions
Team building exercises
These scenarios are designed to scale in complexity to best address each K9 team. Training can be adjusted for the police and civilian handler to ensure confidentiality and professionalism.
You can also participate without a dog since our course topics include training for decoys and dog trainers.
K9 Dog Training – key data
Location: European Security Academy Poland, a tactical training facility with one of the most extensive shooting ranges in Europe.
Price: 1188 Euro
Includes accommodation – 2 nights (14th and 15th) in a double room, bathroom in the room.
Full board (3 meals a day on the 14th and 15th, breakfast and lunch on the 16th)
Additional fee for a single room. Dogs are welcome in the room – however you must book a single room, if your dog stays with you in the room.
Additional nights have to be paid by the participant (e.g. 13th to 14th or 16th to 17th)
Please book your room directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: „K9 Training“
Late bookings (after August): You might not get a room at EUSECA anymore and will most likely have to stay in nearby hotels.
Rental gun: 50 Euro per day and weapon
We start on Tuesday, November 14th at 9 am (arrival until 8 am, or the night before)
The course ends on Thursday, November 16th at 4 pm.
We view our K9s as companions, not as tools. Training always has to include both the K9 handler and the K9 as well as the verbal and non-verbal communication between them. The strength of a K9 and a K9 handler lies in forming a strong, reliable bond and in becoming a dependable, well-coordinated team.