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* Courses approved for CBCC-KA CEUs may be applied to a CPDT-KA recertification. Courses approved for CPDT-KA may not be applied to a CBCC-KA recertification.
Clicker Training Horses You can accomplish so much when you give a horse choice. This webinar will introduce you to important concepts in beginning clicker training with horses. We will discuss safety, types of reinforcers, delivery of reinforcers, first concepts to teach, and help you avoid some common mistakes people make, especially when changing species from dogs to horses. Working with different species is a great way to hone your training skills, but you need to know some important things about each species. Other info: Saturday October 9, 2021 11am to 12:30pm EDT (United States and Canada) The Zoom link will be emailed one day prior to the event. "Doors" open at 10:30am EDT. Feel free to log in and wait in our "waiting room" via Zoom. This is an online event. This seminar will be recorded and available for viewing within 1 week after the event date. The recording will be available up to one year. CEUs granted: IAABC - 1.5 CEUs CPDT-KA - 1.5 CEUs KPA - 1.5 CEUs Cancellation policy: Refunds up to 30 days before event Registration: General Admission Ticket: $35 Vet Student/Vet Tech/Shelter/Rescue Ticket: $23 About Trish McMillan, MSc, CPDT-KA, CDBC: Trish McMillan holds a Master of Science degree in animal behavior, and is a certified professional dog trainer, certified dog behavior consultant and associate certified cat behavior consultant. She has been involved in the animal rescue and sheltering world since the mid-1990’s, starting out as a volunteer and working her way up to director of animal behavior. She worked for the ASPCA for nearly eight years; first as Director of Animal Behavior at their NYC shelter, then as a behaviorist on their field team, helping assess and rehabilitate dogs from cruelty cases, dogfighting and hoarding situations, then she joined the Shelter Research and Development team. Trish currently does animal behavior consulting near Asheville, North Carolina, working with dogs, cats and horses. Her farm, Pibble Hill, is home to a happy herd of animals of five species. Trish speaks and consults nationally and internationally on animal sheltering issues, dog, cat, and horse behavior, dog aggression, and defensive handling. Her online shelter dog behavior offerings have helped students from around the world apply best practices at their respective shelters and rescues. Trish now has her own behavior and shelter consulting business near Asheville NC, www.trishmcmillan.com.
Speaker(s):Trish McMillan MSc, CPDT-KA, CDBC
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