In order to keep doing what you love you must have students. To achieve this goal students must be happy and
satisfied. The most successful instructors are those students rave about. This session is about shaping the human portion of the team and offering a classroom environment that is a win win.
This lecture looks at why holistic methods are gaining in popularity and gives a summary of the holistic philosophy. It
gives an overview of the commonly used holistic therapies of natural nutrition, homeopathy, herbal medicine, chiropractic and acupuncture. The participants will gain an appreciation for the value of integrating Western medicine with holistic modalities.
Learn how to build rapport with your students immediately, quickly assess your students and address their most pressing needs. Take home techniques you can use from the very start of class to create a classroom atmosphere of control without making you seem like a drill sergeant.Speaker(s):
Often unfairly maligned, tug-of-war is not only fun for dog and guardian; it can be an invaluable training tool. Everything from proofing cues in high distraction situations, to teaching impulse control, to installing bite inhibition can be made easier with a good, old-fashioned game of tug—always played by the rules, of course. Learn how to make training easier and more effective for your students and clients with this simple tool.Speaker(s):
In order for trainers/consultants to successfully address the client question, “What’s wrong with my dog?” they must first be able to proficiently examine considerations about what is wrong with a dog’s “world”. His behavior is inseparable from his environment, and will reflect the level of compatibility between his genetic design and his “world”. The scientific basis for behavioral dysfunction, as well as proposed solutions, will be discussed.Speaker(s):