The IMDT For Today's Dog Trainers & Behaviourists
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I found the lecture to be most helpful, thought provoking and in places eye opening. Having been in the business for over thirty years, both as a behaviourist undertaking visits and as a teacher showing students the importance of and how to complete risk assessments I considered I was already fairly well acquainted with the subject. However, every day’s a school day, and there were many points that I hadn’t considered, and although my visits are rare these days there were suggestions I will definitely be adding to my approach. For example, don’t take off your shoes even if requested, take shoe covers with you; block the gate so it can’t be closed behind you and one I should have used many years ago, ring or text on arrival, don’t ring the doorbell!Thank you, for a very interesting and useful lecture, much of it revision but yes, you can teach an old dog new tricks...
1-2-1 training consultations can be nerve racking. I have often visited complete strangers in their homes, in the middle of nowhere and in the dark! This webinar has helped me review my procedures, putting lots of practical safety aspects into place. Quite scary that I hadn't thought of these things before.
Listen to a selection of songs performed by Safety and Risk Assessments for All Trainers and Behaviourists.