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Experience the presentation style of a webinar...
With the personalized feedback of a Gold Spot — without the commitment!  


     

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Q&A - How does it work? When can I access? +

  • Once you sign up, your workshop classroom will be added to your “My Workshops” page.
  • The workshop classroom will contain all materials for that workshop, including the presentation lecture, workshop forum for video submissions and questions, and lecture information for the feedback session.
  • On the first day of the Workshop (noted in each workshop description), the lecture portion of the workshop will be released. This will be a recorded video presentation - watch at your convenience.
  • Now practice with your dog! Students with a working spot will upload a short video of their work to YouTube and share the unlisted link (double check it is not private!) in the classroom homework forum by the date and time listed in the first assignment (Note: it’s important that students with a working spot submit homework video on time or they will forfeit the opportunity for instructor feedback).
  • Got questions? All levels of students may ask general clarification questions relating to the workshop materials in the workshop class forum. The instructor will provide feedback on the working student submissions and answer these questions in the follow up video that will be posted ten days after the original presentation for you to view at your convenience.
  • Each student is automatically given a library pass for one year from the point of enrollment in a course or workshop. When a course or workshop is completed the lectures and videos posted by the instructor will be moved to the "student library" and can be viewed as long as your library pass is active. You can keep your library pass current by enrolling in at least one course a year.

Q&A - What does it cost? Can I have a working spot? +

Q&A -  What does it cost? Can I have a working spot? +
  • You have the option of signing up as a working spot or as an auditor.
  • Working Spot - $39.95. Working participants receive access to all presentation materials and will submit a short video (approx. 90 seconds) for instructor feedback. Limited number of spots available.
  • Auditor Spot - $29.95. Students will receive access to all presentation materials but will not submit video for review. Auditors may ask general questions regarding class materials in the workshop forums to be answered by the instructor in the feedback video session. Unlimited number of spots available.

 

Workshops - Registration Open September 22 - 9:00am Pacific Time

* Registration closes November 6 - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time 

WW136: Oct. 27 - Personal Play: just you and your dog!

Toys are awesome! Food is awesome! But very little can beat genuine and warm personal interactions for building a basic relationship with our dogs that relies on nothing more ...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

WW137: Oct. 27 - Stretching for the Canine Athlete

Stretching, warm up and cool down are essential to the health, performance and overall condition of the canine athlete. Whether your dog counter surfs, competes for fun, or pr...

Debbie (Gross) Torraca (Faculty)

 


Workshops - Registration Open October 22 - 9:00am Pacific Time

* Registration closes November 30 - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time 

WW138: Nov. 3 - What's Right with My Dog? (RERUN)

In veterinary school, we were taught, “You can’t know what is abnormal until you know what is normal.” The same is true for your dog. If you don’t know what is normal, you may...

Sue Yanoff, DVM (Guest Instructors)

WW139: Nov. 10 - Targeted Training: Structuring the Perfect Training Session for Nosework

Trying to figure out what to train when it comes to Nosework is WAY more than just throwing out a bunch of hides. Why? Because WE aren't actually the ones doing most of the tr...

Stacy Barnett (Faculty)

WW140: Nov. 17 - When to GO! Choosing Delay as a Better Deal

This workshop is designed to give your dog the tools and the desire to hold back and listen for your cue to GO. We'll do it all using dog's choice training. We'll build value ...

Julie Daniels (Faculty)

WW141: Nov. 24 - Go To Source Nosework Games

Does your dog consistently indicate off source (fringes) or gets caught up in pooling odor and falsely indicates? Or you may have a dog who walks odor or doesn’t clearly give ...

Julie Symons (Faculty)