SCENT WORK WEBINAR
Teaching Scent Work Webinar
Virtual presentation with discussion
Replay is available on continual basis
NO cut-off dates or deadlines
Go through the material as often as you wish
Dianna L. Santos
You have been an instructor for a few years and have enjoyed playing Scent Work with your own dog. You are considering teaching Scent Work to your clients. It cannot be that hard, right? In this webinar, we will go over some of the considerations as well as a few of the resources you can look into to help develop the knowledge-base necessary to best serve your clients.
The benefits of Scent Work cannot be denied, so it would make total sense of an instructor to want to begin offering these classes to their students. After all, the more dogs who play the game, the better! But how should you teach this subject? There are so many options, so many schools of thought! Which is right?!
The purpose of this webinar is to point out some of the considerations many instructors initially overlook, as well as pointing out a variety of excellent resources to help build your knowledge-base and provide your students with the quality instruction they deserve.
LENGTH OF THE WEBINAR
SHOULD YOU TAKE THIS WEBINAR?
Are you interested in teaching Scent Work? YAY! Take this webinar to ensure you are aware of all the special consideration that go along with teaching Scent Work, including how to help your human and canine clients progress, how you can keep everything safe and more.
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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