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1 DogNostics Career College Certificate & Diploma Program Tool-Kits - Dog Training & Dog Behavior Consulting Tool-Kits 301. Canine Ethology & Canine Development - Learn about the origins and domestication of pet dogs. Study the key development periods of the pet dog and the basics of canine neuropsychology. Understand how the central nervous system operates and its place in understanding stress and the impact stress has on canine behavior Faculty 302. Canine Behavior & Social Communication - Learn the language of dogs. Understand the canine social behavior and communication system. Recognize distance increasing and distance decreasing behaviors. Understand social communication to be a behavior. Learn about affiliate and agonistic communication and passive and active appeasement behaviors. Understand dog bite inhibition and bite thresholds - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker 303. Learning Theory Operant Conditioning - This module covers the science of operant conditioning and the physiology of operant conditioning and its use and application in dog training. It reviews the operant quadrants looking in depth at each quadrant and how as a dog training professional you can follow the science when introducing and managing training protocols - Faculty Member Niki Tudge & Angelica Steinker 304. Learning Theory Respondent Conditioning - This module covers the science of respondent conditioning. Learn and understand reflexive behaviors, how respondent conditioning takes place and its application in dog training - Faculty & Angelica Steinker 305. Shaping & Differential Reinforcement. This module studies differential reinforcement, DRI, DRA, DRO and differential reinforcement towards a new target behavior, shaping. We will

2 explore these reinforcement protocols as the least invasive and aversive way to build new behaviors and as the most suitable alternative to using punishment. - Faculty 306. Behavior skill acquisition, fluency, generalization and maintenance of The Key Pet Dog Obedience Skills- Learn how to train and achieve each of the 26 key skills this program covers. Each skill is covered in it's own tool-kit with a separate webinar showing how from acquisition to generalization. To see the list of skills covered please click here. This module also covers discrimination training and the skills for transferring stimulus control with each of the key dog training skills - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker 307. Dog Training Mechanics - Learn to be an effective dog training professional by developing clear, concise and consistent mechanics, cues and prompting systems. - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker 308. Reinforcers and Reinforcement Schedules - A study of primary and secondary reinforcers, how they differ, when each is most effective and when they are most appropriate. Learn about the different reinforcement schedules and at what point in behavior acquisition they are most effective - Faculty 309. Counter Conditioning & Desensitization Protocols - Understand how to construct counter conditioning programs and develop desensitization hierarchies to resolve common behavioral problems that are involuntarily elicited. - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker 310. Making a Case For Functional Assessment in Dog Behavior Consultants Knowledge, Skills & Tools - One of the most important tools to a professional behavior consultant is understanding how the behavior interacts with the environment. Learn how to conduct a functional assessment by developing skills that ensure you can manage an informant interview, observe and measure problematic behavior and if necessary conduct a functional analysis. Understand the importance of this key tool and its place in professional behavior change programs - Faculty Member Niki Tudge 311. Private Training Consultations - Learn the necessary skills to conduct effective private training consultations that build consensus around agreed upon behavior goals. This module covers communication skills, building consensus skills and achieving client commitment and compliance. Shaping client behavior is as important as our canine training methods - Faculty & Angelica Steinker

3 312. Teaching Others to Teach - Much of a professional dog trainer s role is teaching clients how to train their dogs. Teaching others to teach is an important skill. This module teaches you how to be a good facilitator. Make your training sessions empowering, fun, safe and effective learning environments. Learn how to break down skills and dissect your knowledge into a format that clients can understand and act on. Learn about shared meaning, the synaptic gap and human learning styles - Faculty 313. Conducting Group Classes - This module focuses on how to plan, manage and execute safe, productive and fun group training classes - Faculty 314. Understanding Dog Aggression & Dog Reactivity - This Dog Aggression Tool-Kit focuses on canine aggression, understanding the different types of aggression and how to build behavior change programs to resolve aggressive behavior - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker 315. Understanding Resource Guarding - Resource guarding is a natural but troublesome canine behavior. Understand and identify the different types of resource guarding problems and when operant, respondent or a combination of both protocols is the most suitable protocol to effect a change in behavior - Faculty Member Angelica Steinker Business Development Tool-Kits 101. Successful Product Management - Learn how to price your services and products so you can effectively position your business within your market place. This module covers setting up for product and service line, branding, positioning, pricing and product management to ensure you profitable and can provide your clients the services they need at the right price Faculty Member Niki Tudge 102. Marketing - Learn how to position your services and products to attract new clients. Developing a small business marketing plan is an essential skill for the success of a small business. - Faculty 103. Small Business Selling Skills - Learn how to generate prospective clients and convert them into lifelong clients using sales processes that are fun and easy to implement. No hard skill training skills required, fun all the way. This module focuses on customer

4 relationship marketing, solving clients problems, knowing their pain and presenting your benefit package to help them find solutions - Faculty 104. Public Relations - Learn how to use this credible and effective marketing tool to generate customer awareness for your small business. This is one component of the marketing tool-kit overlooked by many small business owners. Understand the difference between public relations and publicity and learn how to use these skills to enhance your clients perception of your organization. Faculty 105. Social Media Skills & Client Communication - Understand what each social media tool does and what it cannot do; develop easy and manageable processes to keep your customers informed of your business activities and develop a loyal community - Faculty 106. Business Liability & Professional Ethics -Learn how to operate your business with transparency and professional integrity complying with PPG s code of ethics. This presentation covers everything from ethics to professional competence to your businesses exposure in our litigious society - Faculty Pet Care Tool-Kits 201. Canine & Feline Anatomy and Physiology - Study dog and cat anatomy and important components of their physiology including their sensory abilities Faculty Member Bethany Jordan 202. Canine & Feline Health and Handling - Learn about canine and feline common health issues, vaccination protocols and important daily and emergency handling skills - Faculty Member Bethany Jordan 203. Pet First Aid and Emergency Protocols - This is a very detailed module and covers in depth the many potential emergency situations you may, through first aid, need to manage prior to a pet in your care being attended to by a veterinarian Faculty Member Bethany Jordan 204. Caring For Pets, Protocols & Procedures - Learn how to observe, monitor and care for pets you are responsible for. This module covers the operational procedures, protocols and business tools needed to implement a selection of pet care services. Faculty 205. Pet Care Tools, Equipment, Toys & Supplies - A

5 study of the pet care tools, equipment, supplies and toys that are available in today s marketplace. This module also covers business forms and tools you will need to professionally care for pets if you are studying the dog walking or pet care certificate. Learn how to identify appropriate equipment and how to use it safely Faculty Member Angelica Steinker & Niki Tudge

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