We currently have the following ISCP Centres, with more opening soon. These are run by ISCP graduates and/or tutors and are open to ISCP members and to the public. Students can attend practical study days at the centres, and even stay for a few days at our residential centres in Devon, Canada and Cyprus to shadow graduates during behaviour and training sessions. Members of the public can attend workshops and courses at the centres.
Located just outside Tiverton, our Devon Centre is run by ISCP tutor Lizzie Morris. One of our first centres, ISCP Devon has hosted numerous practical study days and workshops, and members head off to the lovely olde-worlde pub nearby to have discussions over lunch.
Our London Centre is run by team member Clare Grierson of Muddy Mutleys. Clare teaches workshops to the public, as well as to ISCP members, runs practical study days for students, and hosts workshops by highly respected guest tutors such as Craig Ogilvie.
Sarah Western hosts practical study days and workshops at ISCP NW, as well as running dog training classes.
Being Canine offers home Behaviour Consultations, Group / 121 Training and provides education events and social walks. Training classes are held at an outside training area in Annbank and in Kirkoswald. Training classes are not traditional ‘obedience’ focussed, we prepare dogs for living in our world, all activities are designed to be fun, support learning in dogs and humans and to have practical applications in the real world. We use agility equipment (amongst other things) to help dogs to build confidence and to foster a stronger bond with their owners.
In addition we also provide a home boarding service. For this we have purpose built suites which are designed around the requirements of the dogs. We model the content of the stay around the individual dog, so for those who are more outgoing, we have a large paddock where dogs can meet and play, for the dogs who like to potter there are several quieter areas. We plan to include a specific area for serious sniffing which will include herbs and plants which dogs will find appealing.
What can students expect from ISCP Scotland?
This centre is run by ISCP tutor Teresa Tyler, who teaches both the diploma and advanced diploma course.
Pivotal Change offers a full range of services including ISCP Practical Workshops and Canine Behavioural Services. They service West Toronto and Muskoka and have a Dog Retreat for intensive behaviour intervention opportunities on a property situated in the heart of the countryside, surrounded by forested pathways, in beautiful Muskoka, Ontario, Canada.