NJ Certified Animal Control Officer

CD 072   NJ Certified Animal Control Officer
Sessions: 7

If you’ve watched Animal Planet or Nat Geo you have seen programs highlighting the work that dedicated, trained people do to make our world a better place for the animals who share our planet. This is your opportunity to begin a career as a paid municipal officer or as a volunteer working with animals as a part of a rescue group, shelter, or other animal welfare organization.

The Certified Animal Control Officer (ACO) Course approved by the New Jersey Department of Health and Senior Services, meets the requirements of the N.J.A.C. 8:23A-2.2 statute for appointment as an ACO by a New Jersey Municipality. Over the course of seven (7) Saturdays you will be taught by, interact with, and build relationships with eight (8) of the foremost Animal Control experts in the State of New Jersey. Graduates also receive certifications for Incident Command Systems 100, National Incident Management 700 and Pet First Aid.

In addition to the classroom component, participants must arrange for and complete a 20-hour field training experience, in order to receive certification. Please contact Career Development Institute (CDI) at www.cditraining.org with any additional course content or certification questions you may have.

Instructor: John C. Saccenti, President