USCSS: Judge and CSD Certification
Online course you may access anywhere
High-quality dog training instruction
Judges and CSDs are the backbone of USCSS™. They must have a full understanding of the Official Rules, how the Classes and Games are to be organized, designed, run and officiated as well as understand their overall roles at a trial.
While a requirement for all USCSS™ officials, competitors will also find this course exceedingly helpful.
There is so much more to being an official with USCSS™ than simpy saying "Yes" or "No" when you are a Judge or setting hides when you are the CSD. These officials are the face of the organization, help set the tone of the entire trial and can help set competitors up to succeed or fail. This course goes into depth what all Judges and CSDs should do and consider.
CEUS for Officials:
Auditors: 3 CEUs with United States Canine Scent Sports
Watchers: 1 CEUs with United States Canine Scent Sports
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS COURSE?
Are you interested in becoming an approved trial official with USCSS? Gain a full understanding of what is expected of USCSS trial officias while also enjoying tips on how you can be as successful as possible.
Are you trialing with USCSS? While this course is geared toward trial officials, we also provide tips for competitors throughout this course!
What is United States Canine Scent Sports
Rules and Regulations
Faults and Disqualifications
Maintaining the Integrity of the Trial
Breaking Down the Classes and Games
Requirements for Judges and CSDs
Dianna L. Santos
Owner and Lead Instructor
The President of Online Dog Training, Inc. and Cyber Scent Work, Inc., Dianna is the Owner and Lead Instructor for Scent Work University. She is passionate about Scent Work and loves the benefits it awards dogs and handlers alike.
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