This two day seminar focuses on the skills needed in order to excel at private training.
Through lecture, video, role-playing and case studies, you will gain new knowledge and get fresh ideas that you can begin to apply to your own training business immediately.
Topics include: setting up the environment for success; observation during the history taking; history taking techniques; how to structure obedience training sessions; troubleshooting clients' skills; techniques for coaching clients; designing protocols; how to recommend various options; how to select for compliant clients; applying dog training principles to teaching your clients; how to deal with difficult personality types; working with aggression cases; puppy setup; working with two dogs.
Presentation by: Nicole Wilde, CPDT-KA
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Nicole Wilde is an internationally recognized, award-winning author and lecturer, as well as a Certified Professional Dog Trainer (CPDT-KA). Her nine books include So You Want to be a Dog Trainer, Help for Your Fearful Dog, and Don’t Leave Me! Step-by-Step Help for Your Dog’s Separation Anxiety. In addition to working with dogs, Nicole has worked with wolves and wolfdogs for over fifteen years and is considered an expert in the field. Nicole is the recipient of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers’ prestigious Ian Dunbar Member of the Year Award for 2006, and is a popular speaker at the organization’s conferences. Nicole writes an “Ask the Trainer” column for Modern Dog Magazine and blogs for Huffington Post, as well as her own Wilde About Dogs blog.
This video qualifies for 2.5 trainer CEUs