Most trainers already realize that teaching a dog any basic or advanced skill is achieved through technique, skill and technicality. The most successful trainers, however, also need to learn that there are many other factors that impact the success of any training plan. This applies to both working with clients as well as those working their own personal dog in training. Instructor, Amber Burckhalter, CNWI, CDBC brings over 20 years of experience and provides a glance into her personal formal for success: a 4 step comprehensive and integrated approach to understanding the dynamics influencing the current issues within the lives of owners/clients/rescue/shelter and their canine companions. Understanding what factors are influencing the current successes or failures of the canine team will drastically increase the success rates of professional trainers and novice trainers alike. The OMIT process will make understanding and implementing these vital skills into professional trainers daily classes and private lessons simple and effective and greatly improve the success of personal trainers as well.
Because this course is an APDT Hybrid course, four weeks of education take place online, and an additional session occurs in person, on Saturday 10/18 of the 2014 APDT Conference. To receive credit for the certificate, Full students must register for and complete both the 1) online portion of this course AND 2) hands-on workshop at Conference. Auditing students are not required to do so.
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