Creedons College is Ireland’s premier adult education provider for courses in the animal care industry.
Courses have been carefully designed to meet the needs of learners. Our aim is to provide learners with an education based on the most up to date science, while also taking the busy lifestyle of our learners into consideration to ensure a high success rate along with a manageable and enjoyable curriculum.
The priority here at Creedons College is to give students the knowledge, experience, and confidence to begin their new careers as animal care professionals immediately after graduating from our institution.
Ireland is crying out for canine professionals and there is NO better feeling than surrounding yourself with furry companions and calling it ‘work’!
Nanci Creedon M.Sc., CDBC
Nanci Creedon is a Certified Dog Behaviour Consultant with the International Association of Animal Behaviour Consultants (IAABC), and also with Association of Animal Behaviour Professionals (AABP).
She has a degree in Zoology and a masters degree in Animal Behaviour focusing on clinical dog behaviour. Further information on www.NanciCreedon.ie .
Nanci has been studying and attending seminars in the dog behaviour industry for over 12 years and will continue to do so throughout her career. To date she has spent almost €25,000 on continued professional development.
Nanci is also a successful businesswoman, she owns and operates Creedons Dog Care and is also the director of Creedons College. Nanci won Cork’s Best Young Entrepreneur in 2014 and continues to attend business management and development seminars.
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