Herts Venue: Oaklands College, St Albans, Herts, AL4 0XS
Saturday 1st Dec 2018
Venue: Sefton Park Cricket Club, Croxteth Drive, Liverpool, L17 1AA
Friday 14th June 2019
10am-4pm each day
Course Presenter: David Brice
This in-depth course offers content suitable for anyone interested learning more about Abnormal Repetitive Behaviours, and compliments the syllabus for the Level IV Open College Network Accrediatation offered by The IMDTB, Canine Behaviour Modification and Consultancy'
1 day - IMDTB - ABNORMAL REPETITIVE BEHAVIOURS IN DOGS :-
( incl. light/shadow chasing, tail chasing, repetative behaviours etc )
- Types of ARBs
- Behavioural presentation
- Aetiology of ARBs in dogs
- What NOT to do
- Breed disposition
- Emotional circuits involved in ARBs
- The dog's brain
- Rule outs
- Psychopharmacological intervention
- Behavioural modification protocols
The IMDTB is focused on helping excellent Dog Trainers with their behaviour problem cases, in a way which is responsible and educated.
IMDTB courses cover aspects of problem behaviour in detail - including; behavioural diagnosis, treatment, medication and criteria for success on a behaviour by behaviour basis.
IMDTB courses provide education to help dogs and owners with problem behaviour.
David Brice DipCABT,CAPBT,IMDT
Dave is a full time tutor and assessor within adult education and has worked at Wood Green Animal Shelters, mainly employed within the intake and behaviour modification area of the shelter. The work centred on helping the dogs adjust to the shelter environment, temperament assessments, ongoing behaviour modification within the shelter and home check and support visits to new adopters.
Dave holds Diplomas in Companion Animal Behaviour & Training up to and including Level 5 (Ofqual) through COAPE, who he subsequently worked for as a tutor, course writer and assessor for five years.
For the past ten years Dave has run a full time behaviour practice in North Norfolk dealing with all aspects of behaviour modification and training. He also provides continual professional development (CPD) for veterinary practices on various behaviour based topics and provides guidance on setting up and running safe, productive and stress free puppy parties.
He has written, tutors and oversees all of the IMDT Correspondence courses and IMDTB seminars on a wide range of behaviour related subjects.
All IMDTB courses have been awarded 6 CPD points for one day courses and 12 CPD points for two day courses by The CPD Standards Office
I couldn't of picked a better course for my first one with the IMDTB, the course content was excellent.
Another great day on a troubling subject. Dave gave his usual science-made-easy presentation, together with his practical insight and discussion of some of his cases. Zillions of references provided for later use :-) Highly recommended
Excellent course - full of great information and loads to take in - well worth attending!
Amazing course! Very in depth and great for understanding the science behind dogs behaviour. David is a great and knowledgeable lecturer. I have come away with brilliant knowledge. I would recommend this course to everyone!
Great interesting afternoon. I came away with lots of knowledge that I didn't have and am eager to use.
Brilliant course, great speaker, course content was a good balance of science and information. Lots to take away and implement.
an extremely interesting and valuable course. Well presented by Dave Brice. I got a lot out of it. Time flew past as it was totally absorbing.
In typical IMDT style, welcoming, friendly and educational. I believe 'If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough'... Dave Brice does exactly that... Outstanding!!!! I must recommend it to ALL trainers as its knowledge like this will make things better for the dogs and owners out there. Well done the IMDT !!!
Sooooo goooood to be back with the IMDT crowd today, learning about Abnormal Repetitive Behaviours with the brilliant Dave Brice. Loads of info, lively discussion and plenty of laughs
Another interesting, educational and well presented course. Thanks
Loved it! Thanks
Throughly enjoyed it. My first imdtb course and loved it.
Really enjoyed the abnormal compulsive behaviours one day course today...It was a nice refresher from many many years ago when I was at university and I loved how it was applied to canine behaviour.
A really well presented, informative and constructive course on recognising and helping dogs with Abnormal repetitive Behaviours. I particularly found it useful understanding the motivations and the achievable rehab process.
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