Who teaches the course?
The course has been designed, and is delivered, by leading dog training and behaviour expert Nanci Creedon M.Sc.
Nanci has a degree in Zoology, a masters degree in Animal Behaviour, is a certified dog behaviourist with the IAABC, a certified dog trainer with APDT, and has had her research on dog bites published in peer-reviewed journal, The Irish Veterinary Journal.
Nanci has been working professionally with dogs for nearly 2 decades. Her doggie daycare centre Creedons Dog Care has been running successfully for 13 years, and her Irish based adult education college, Creedons College has been educating students to become dog trainers and groomers since 2013.
What is covered on the course?
Module 1 Evolution and Complexities of Modern Dogs
Module 2 Breed and Behaviour
Module 3 Canine Cognition and Learning Theory
Module 4 Canine and Human Communication
Module 5 Practical Dog Training Skills
Module 6 Understanding the Dog Training Industry
Module 7 Designing, Developing and Delivering Group Training and 1 to 1 Training Sessions
Module 8 Lifestages of Dogs and Puppy Training
Module 9 Dog Training Management
Module 10 Hosting One to One Dog Training Sessions
Where is the course delivered?
Theory classes are delivered online and classroom based practical sessions are delivered from
Dog Days Glasgow
4 Jordanvale Avenue
When are the classroom sessions?
This course is due to begin in January 2024, and will run on the following classroom dates, (running each day 10-1 and 1.30-4)…
January 27th and 28th
February 24th and 25th
March 23rd and 24th
April 27th & 28th
May 11th & 12th
June 22nd & 23rd