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Derbyshire Agility Centre

Agility Training for Trainers 1 Introduction to Equipment 2017

Dates: Friday 19th May (evening 7-9pm), Saturday  and  Sunday  20th/21st May  (Full Days)

Venue: Golden Valley, Derbyshire, DE55 4ES

Fee: £180 (includes refreshments and lunch Saturday/Sunday)

Places: 8 maximum

Have you ever been interested in:

Setting up and running your own Agility Classes?

Helping at your local Agility Club, but felt you didn’t have the knowledge?

Just want to know more about training your own dogs for Agility?

Then why not try our Agility Training for Trainers courses, read on….

 the course:

This training is designed for anyone wishing to set up and run agility classes safely, from puppy’s agility preparation, through to introducing equipment to adult dogs.

The course is very intensive, and includes both practical and theoretical sessions utilising the most forward thinking, internationally recognised positive and reward based methods of training for agility.

Your level of knowledge will be taken into account, so don’t worry if you have never trained agility before.  This course is designed to encourage those wishing to begin agility training to do so in a safe and knowledgeable way and those who are currently training to continue to do so by introducing you to the latest training techniques, utilising kind, fair and effective training methods for both handlers and their dogs.

How to book a place

For and application form contact Kim Hunt :

Telephone: 01773 82764 Mobile: 07870575328

E-mail at: kim@kimhunt.co.uk

Write to: Kim Hunt, 8 Bullsmoor, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1JS

 


 

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

Mobile: 07870575328

E-mail at: kim@kimhunt.co.uk

Write to:  Kim Hunt, 8 Bullsmoor, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1JS

 


 

Derbyshire Agility Centre  Agility Training for Trainers 3 Introduction to Equipment 2017

Dates: Saturday 13th May 10am - 4.30pm

Venue: Golden Valley, Derbyshire, DE55 4ES

Fee: £80 (includes refreshments)

Places: 8 maximum

About the course:

Training for Trainers 3 - Full Course Work Design and Class Planning

The purpose of this training day is to assist Trainers to put together class plans to incorporate full courses, including elements of sequencing of equipment likely to be found in the courses handlers may find in competition. To learn how to encourage handlers how to negotiate up to 20 obstacles in preparation for competition, in the fastest and safest way whilst maintaining a clear round.

You will need to bring your dog with you if possible, and ideally you will need to have attended Training for Trainers 1 and 2. Although, if you have evidence of training classes up to full course work, you would also be eligible.

How to book a place

For and application form contact Kim Hunt :

Telephone: 01773 827643 Mobile: 07870575328

E-mail at: kim@kimhunt.co.uk

Write to: Kim Hunt, 8 Bullsmoor, Belper, Derbyshire, DE56 1JS

 


 

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