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Professional Trainer’s Course: A Weekend Training Retreat

November 4, 2017 @ 8:00 am - November 5, 2017 @ 5:00 pm


Trainer’s Course

Intensive trainer’s course geared toward advancing skills for both professional trainers and amateurs. Course material will cover learning theory, drive development, temperament evaluations vs assessments, shelter visit, counter conditioning and common behavioral issues discussed (including aggression, fearfulness). Some competition foundations and concepts will be covered in a broad based curriculum. This course will be a mix of classroom lecture as well as hands on with a small, group environment.

-Perfect for the aspiring professional, current professional interested in advancing their skills, as well as shelter workers, rescues, and amateurs
-Intensive hands on and lecture
-Bring up to two dogs
-Maximum of six students
-Certificate of completion
-Students who have completed this course will be eligible for an apprenticeship program
-Quiet, clean indoor facility for lecture and demonstration, outdoor hands on
-Group round table discussions (dinner and drink) at local Williamson county eateries
-Free time allotted for those who would like to hike, swim, kayak, stand up paddle board, or go wine tasting.
-30 minutes to downtown Nashville (Music City!)
-Affordable hotel, bed and breakfast, and camping options nearby

Tuition: $750/weekend (one student and up to two dogs)
Location: Nashville, TN (field work & lecture).

*To register, contact head instructor Tami McLeod at Tami@bajadogtraining.com. A 50% deposit (PayPal Tmacmal@yahoo.com) is due to reserve your spot in this course. Ten percent early registration discount if received before December 30th. Payment may be received in the form of cash, check, credit card or PayPal.


November 4, 2017 @ 8:00 am
November 5, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
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Nashville Dog Training & Behavior Center
Williamson County, TN United States
(520) 345-6677


Tami McLeod