Chiarg Patel's - Understanding, Managing and Modifying Problem Behaviours
5 Day Course
17 - 21 June 2019 This date is now full
24 - 28 August 2020
£975 including lunch and refreshments
This course is for professionals with a minimum of two years training experience.
It will cover problem behaviours including aggression, separation anxiety and fear.
Real life cases studied.
Practice in a safe learning environment.
Your place can be secured with a 25% non refundable deposit and the balance is payable in a final non-refundable payment of £731.25 by 24 May 2020 for the August 2020 course.
You must be 18 or over to make a booking.
Payments are non-refundable but if you are unable to attend yourself then you are free to sell on your place as long as you inform us of the change of attendee details.
When making a payment you will be given the option to pay by paypal or by debit/credit card - please follow the instructions carefully.
Chirag Patel BSc (Hons), CPDT-KA, DipCABT
Animal Behaviour & Training Consultant
Chirag is an animal training and behaviour consultant based in London. He teaches owners, pets and zoo staff and gives seminars/workshops to professionals internationally. He has studied training and behaviour with some of the leading experts around the world including an internship under Dr Ian Dunbar in California and Jean Donaldson at the San Francisco SPCA Dog Trainers Academy.
Chirag has a BSc (Hons) in veterinary Sciences from the Royal Veterinary College in London as well as a post graduate certificate at the University of Lincoln in Clinical Animal Behaviour under Professor Daniel Mills and Helen Zulch (Veterinary behaviourists). He also managed the Training and Behaviour Centre at Dr Roger Mugford’s Company of Animals.
PG Cert (CAB) = Post Graduate Certificate in Clinical Animal Behaviour from the University of Lincoln, UK
BSc (Hons) = Bachelor of Science in Veterinary Science from the Royal Veterinary College, London
DipCABT = Advanced Diploma in Practical Aspects of Companion Animal Behaviour & Training from the Centre of Applied Pet Ethology