Online Course: Animal Control Officer Online Certification (Level 1)

Your work as an animal care and control officer has never been more important.

ACOs are called to address a range of issues in today’s world: From facing a routine “dogs running at large” complaint, a yard full of blue barrels and tethered dogs, or a family situation where the family pets, children and spouse seem to be at risk, ACOs are problem-solvers on the front lines of some of today’s most challenging situations.

Whether you are a new ACO who needs training, an existing ACO who maybe never received onboarding training and just needs some grounding in the fundamentals, or you are an experienced ACO but could use a refresher, NACA’s ACO I Certification Course has been expanded and updated to bring you the latest information you need to be successful.



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