Platform Training In 2010, Michele Pouliot revealed the value in platform training tools to the dog training world with her Step Up to Platform Training DVD. Michele has continued to expand and discover more ways to use platforms in all areas of training and problem solving. In this seminar presentation, Michele shares platform training techniques for a variety of training scenarios. Dog training around the world has discovered the value in raised platforms in all areas of training, whether it be for dog sports of basic pet manners. Learn how to effectively use the tool from a platform master. This presentation is sure to provide any trainer with several “light bulb moments” about great ways to effectively use platforms in their training program. Strategic Reward Delivery Giving each reward to the dog appears to be a simple topic but once you discover the power in using a delivery strategy, your training will change forever.
"What an excellent training tool platforms are! Michele Pouliot demonstrates an idea that is both simplicity and genius at the same time! What I really like about the concept, besides the fact that platforms have so many uses, is that they provide a clear way for the dog to know where you want him to be and provide a clear way for the trainer to see when the dog is correct. That is terrific training! " Ken Ramirez Executive Vice President , Chief Training Officer Karen Pryor Clicker Training
Presentation by: Michele Pouliot
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Michele Pouliot has been a professional guide dog instructor with the largest US guide dog school, serving the blind, since 1974. Before entering the guide dog field, she was a professional in the field of horse training, mentoring under Linda Tellington Jones. Over her 40+ years of dog training, Michele has presented scores of seminars across North America and abroad. She has been responsible for bringing science based Clicker Training to guide dog training and promoting the expansion of Clicker Training internationally within the guide dog field. In her “hobby world”, Michele has actively competed in both horse and dog sports since 1970. Michele’s passion for teaching and her love of dogs is distinctive in her presentations, one of the many reasons she was honored as 2011 Trainer of the Year by the World Canine Freestyle Organization. She is sought after for her seminars and workshops due to her clarity of instruction along with her entertaining style of presenting.
This video qualifies for 2.5 trainer CEUs