CIDBT 4005W Professional Instructor Skills and Management
An intensive, but fun day covering teaching techniques, session planning and generally what makes a professional dog training instructor successful, and most importantly, you get a chance to put into practice the planning from Phase 2. Students are expected to bring a dog with them and will be sent a form to complete about their dog. The workshop is held at the Kennel Club Building.
This phase includes:
- Human and canine body language
- Use of equipment for training dogs
- Dog Training Methods
- Learning Styles
- Hands-on work with dogs and people
- Discussions on training methods and techniques
- One-to-one and group activities for peer discussion
- Teaching new exercises
- Teaching a small class of people and their dogs
“I was looking to change career’s and follow my passion into the dog industry.
I looked at many courses then I found CIBDT. I live up in the North East and these courses where down South. It was one of the best decisions I made and the travel just became part of an exciting journey.
I’ve lost count how many courses I took online and participant in classroom environments and practical workshops. I’ve met fellow students that have gone on to be life long friends.
Education has to be informative and reach everyone on a personal level. The environment has to be friendly, inviting and comfortable. These courses met all this criteria and more.
I’ve gone on to work with rescue’s and dog’s with behaviour struggles from traumatic backgrounds and experiences and writing behaviour modification plan’s for rehabilitation. My confidence grew by choosing these courses with CIBDT giving me the tools to choose my own path in the dog industry and giving me the opportunity to learn and enjoy at the same time.”