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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 July 22 - 9:00am Pacific Time

* Registration closes August 31 - 12pm (Noon) Pacific Time 

WW124: August 4 - Thinking in Loops - Using 'Loopy Training' to clean up you training

What is Loopy Training, you ask? Loopy training is good +R/clicker training. And good +R/clicker training is loopy training! In fact, loops are everywhere in how we train our...

Helene Lawler (Faculty)

WW125: August 11 - Beyond the “Like” - Photo Critiques for Experienced Photographers

Do you collect a ton of "likes" and "hearts" and "Nice capture!" comments when you share your photos, but don't feel you are actually improving as a photographer? Are you stuc...

Amy Johnson (Faculty)

WW126: August 18 - Dress for Success: Considerations Around Dog Walking Gear

"Dress for Success" Workshop & the power of observation: I truly enjoy observing behavior, movement, & equipment while out on my daily walks with my dog, Cassie. I can...

Lori Stevens (Faculty)

WW127: August 25 - Fabulous Fronts - How to Get Them and Keep Them!

Have you been trying to get that fabulous front forever? A sitting “front” for obedience and a standing “center” for freestyle are deceivingly difficult to build and maintain ...

Julie Flanery (Faculty)


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

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

WW128: Sept. 1 - Snappy Position Changes

Let’s dive into teaching all 6 possible position changes of sit, down, and stand, using front foot and rear foot targets. This workshop will teach you how to train the positio...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)

WW129: Sept. 8 - Right on Target

Target training is a fundamental skill that is often taught early. One of the very first behaviors we teach our puppies is a nose touch to our palm. Beyond that though, there ...

Deborah Jones (Faculty)

WW130: Sept 15. - Heeling Games for natural attention, animation and reduction of reinforcers!

Heeling can be an amazing dance between engaged partners; the handler leads the dance and the dog responds with precision, attention and animation. But sometimes the dance is ...

Denise Fenzi (Faculty)

WW131: Sept. 21 - Pivot! Foundations for Pretty Heeling (RERUN)

Heads up heeling, rear end awareness, and precise positions!  Teach your dog how to find heel position and to maintain it as you move around a perch!  Then work on g...

Laura Waudby (Faculty)