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Delta Institute

Dog Training the Delta Way - Brisbane

Sat 17th Aug, 9:00 am - Sun 18th Aug 2019, 4:30 pm


$450 AUD

$450 AUD

Delta Institute

Dog Training the Delta Way - Brisbane

Date and Time

Sat 17th Aug, 9:00 am - Sun 18th Aug 2019, 4:30 pm


The Glen Hotel
24 Gaskell St, Eight Mile Plains QLD 4113, Australia

Event description

This seminar will provide you with the latest information on dog behaviour and positive, reward-based training. It is suitable for all levels of experience.

The seminar is an introduction and forms the start of your rewarding journey to becoming a fully qualified dog trainer. It is a compulsory seminar for all those wishing to complete the full Certificate IV Course, but is also an excellent stand-alone program for dog lovers or owners wishing to learn about animal behaviour and training.

To assist your learning, many practical examples will be provided using photos and video footage. 

All attendees who complete the seminar will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Presented by leading Veterinary Behaviour Consultant Dr Gaille Perry and renowned animal trainer Kerrie Haynes-Lovell:

Dr Gaille Perry: BVSc, MACVSc (Animal Behaviour), PhD, DipEd, BEdSt, Cert IV in Training and Assessment, leading Veterinary Behaviour Consultant.

Kerrie Haynes-Lovell: Cert IV in Captive Animals, Cert III in Companion Animal Services, Cert IV in Training and Assessment and renowned animal trainer. 

Topics covered

  • Introduction to the Delta Society and its programs
  • The human animal bond
  • Animal behaviour and training
  • Dog behaviour
  • How dogs learn
  • Equipment for dog training and management
  • Enriching the lives of dogs
  • Responsible ownership – managing your dog’s behaviour 

For more information on the Certificate IV course, visit: Delta Institute - Professional Courses

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The Delta Institute is the accrediting body for positive reward based trainers who have undertaken the national accredited training course conducted by Delta. The Institute's role is to provide support, recognition and accreditation as well as ongoing education and peer support for graduates of our course.