IABTC Clicker Training Workshops

Clicker Sundays 2022

Everybody Welcome Full Day Sessions £35 10-4.

Once you have the basic idea of clicker training you and your dog are welcome to attend our regular Clicker & Target Training sessions (held every month). Here you can be guided through the stages and if you wish can ask to be assessed at each level when you feel competent.

Assessment and theory learning materials free of charge for regular attenders.

Assessment is not compulsory - you can just come along to learn more and have fun with your dog.

2022   April 24, May 29, June 12, July 10, Aug 14, Sept 11,

 

Clicker Breaks 2022

For All Levels January 29-30, (Weekend) £70.00.  November 26-27 (Sat and Sunday) £70.00 10-4 

More may be added if you ask! For those who are competent using clicker and/or as a follow on from the introduction. In-depth sessions with optional assessment at the end. Book and pay for these 2 or 3 day workshops and receive the enrolment pack and learning materials for the C&T award that you are working towards so that you can get started if you want to.

 

Clicker Summer School for all levels

2022 August 22-26. £299 including theory & practical assessments.

10-4 EACH DAY bring a packed lunch. Camp on site or travel in.

Those already experienced but unable to come for the whole week may attend on individual days £60 per day. 5 days of Clicker training covering all IABTC C&T levels from Intro - 3 & 4.

Work with our interesting collection of clicker animals including chickens!

What can you achieve in the week? It depends on what you can already do.

  • Just starting out - Level 1 is easily achievable.

  • Already had a go, level 1 & 2 could be within your grasp.

  • A seasoned clicker and target trainer can probably do 1 & 2 and make a good start on 3.

  • Someone who already has 1-3 and is an IABTC instructor may be able to do level 4.

 

At Summer School you work with your own dog, but you also get a chance to work with some of our IABTC clicker animals

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