Dog Training Events
Derbyshire Agility Centre Training for Trainers 2 Handling Skills 2017
Dates: Saturday, and Sunday 8th/9th July (Full Days)
Venue: Willow Cottage, Coach Road, Golden Valley, Derbyshire DE55 4ES
Fee: £180 (includes refreshments and lunch Saturday/Sunday)
Places: 8 - small group for friendly and relaxed training
About the course:
This training is designed as a follow-on course to Training for Trainers 1.In order to gain a place on this course, you are expected to have completed the first Training for Trainers course or provide some evidence that you have been training agility at club level.
This course is designed to encourage those wishing to continue agility training to do so in a safe and knowledgeable way by introducing you to the latest training techniques, utilising kind, fair and effective training methods for both handlers and their dogs.
The course is very intensive, and includes both practical and theoretical sessions on how to put together training exercises for those dogs who have already completed an introduction course and are competent at performing all the agility equipment.
How to book a place:
For an application form contact Kim Hunt Telephone: 01773 827643
E-mail at: email@example.com
Sarah Whitehead’s Inner Circle Conference will this year be held on Saturday 21st October, at Cookham in Berkshire, at the beautiful Moor Hall conference centre.
Sarah will be joined on stage by two truly inspirational and thought-provoking speakers.
The first of these is coming specially from the USA for the conference, and just one special Masterclass. Linda P. Case - author of the remarkable books ‘Dog Food Logic’ and ‘Beware the Straw Man’ is an independent and objective specialist in Canine/Feline Nutrition, and taught at the University of Illinois Animal Sciences Department and College of Veterinary Medicine. She is also a highly experienced behaviour and positive training specialist.
Linda will be talking on “Your Brain on Dog Food” - focusing on how we can distinguish between scientific, evidence-based information and the anecdotal evidence which is so pervasive in this arena. Delegates will have the opportunity to review, critically evaluate and support (or not) their own pet feeding beliefs during the talk, and you may find yourself surprised!
Linda has never been to the UK before, so this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to listen and learn from such a highly-respected force in her field.
Also joining us, we have the outstanding neuroscientist and founder of ‘Brighter Thinking’, Rachel Bamber. Rachel’s lecture will delve into ways that we can ‘de-clutter’ our own brains to reduce stress and anxiety in our working lives.
As dog trainers and behaviourists, the pressure to do right by our clients can become a little top-heavy at times, so Rachel’s inspiring talk will give us proven techniques we can apply immediately.
For booking, plus details of the additional one-day Masterclass with Linda P. Case that’s scheduled for Sunday 22nd October, please go to: https://swinnercircle.co.uk/ic-conference-october-2017/