Creative Curricula to Fill Your Classes
CCPDT-KA CEUs: 1
IAABC CEUs: 1
KPA CEUs: 1
Duration: 1 hour 15 minutes
In this business focused telecourse, Cara Shannon will teach you how to create curricula that not only meet your teaching goals for dogs and their owners but that also meet your business needs and goals. Use rolling admission to fill more classes and ensure that classes are more frequently filled to max capacity. Combine private training with group sessions, come up with creative names and unique plans to teach in places other than a traditional training facility. A little creativity goes a long way towards bringing in more clients, more money, and more successful outcomes for you, your clients, and your business.
Cara Shannon began her love of dogs and dog behavior while working with her German Shepherd puppy, Joby, over 16 years ago. When she later adopted Buddy and Chance, both dogs with aggression and fear issues, her love of canine behavior was solidified. Although she has been training dogs since 1993, she decided to hang up her law degree and follow this passion full time in 2005, when she founded Buddy’s Chance. Cara studied with Bob Bailey, Susan Smith, Dr. Susan Friedman, Terry Ryan, Kathy Sdao, Dr. Ray Coppinger, Ken Ramirez, and many more, and served as the Vice President of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers. Cara holds a Juris Doctorate from the University of Connecticut School of Law. Cara works with dogs with advanced behavior issues like aggression, fear, and anxiety and has designed one-of-a-kind training classes to help clients successfully address reactivity and aggression towards people and other dogs. She now shares these methods with other dog trainers across the country. Cara also is the Author of “Bad to the Bone: Analyzing and Assessing Dog Bites,” a DVD designed to teach other dog behavior consultants to assess the severity of dogs bites.
Refund Policy: The course fee will be refunded, in its entirety, so long as the enrollee requests a refund in writing no later than the 14th day after the course is purchased. Alternatively, the enrollee may request an exchange or credit toward a different course, instead of a refund.