Webinar recording is £15.00
(Recording is free for ICB members)
I am excited to share with you one of my passions in dog training – the innovative training method called Do As I Do – which is the method of training dogs through social learning.
Looking for something new to teach your advanced class students? In this webinar I will cover what Do As I Do (DAID) training is, how to teach it including common problems that can arise, and how to incorporate DAID into your lesson plans.
1.What is the DAID training method? It’s origins, What it is, Applications & Limitations.
2. Introduction to teaching the DAID protocol.
3. Trouble shooting – common problems that occur when teaching the protocol and how to solve them.
4. Proofing the protocol
5. And now for the Really exciting bit…. Using DAID to teach the dog new behaviours
6. Class set-up for DAID training
7. Ideas for DAID challenges for group classes
If time allows:
8. Fun with puppies – promoting their natural social learning abilities
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About the presenter
Tig is a reward-based dog trainer with over 20 years experience. Her club is near London, where she specialises in Agility and DAID. A trainer first and competitor second Tig’s priority is her student’s achievements. Tig’s most prestigious agility achievement is winning second place in Agility Finals at Crufts 2008. She shares her life with three Tervuren (16yrs, 11yrs and 8months old). At Crufts 2020 Tig was announced as the winner of the KCAI Significant Contribution Award for individual effort and contribution to dog training. Tig is a member of the Association of Pet Dog Trainers (APDTuk no.00655), a founder member of the Kennel Club Accredited Instructor Scheme (KCAI), a member of the Pet Dog Trainers Institute (PDTI) and an Agility Club Approved Instructor (ACAI).