ISCP workshops and events for 2019

EVENTS UPDATE!

Dates for your diaries:

3rd March NOW FULLY BOOKED

ISCP London

Canine First Aid 

Produced and Presented by Rachel Bean, Hosted by Clare Grierson in North London

A chance to gain a level 3 OCN qualification in canine first aid.

Rachel Bean RVN is a Qualified Veterinary Nurse with 20 years experience.

Rachel teaches in a relaxed and knowledgeable manner. This course will be discussions of common Canine First Aid scenarios with practical sessions including bandaging on real dogs and CPR on CASPER the Resuscitation Dog.

* NO PowerPoint
* Not a Human First Aid Company
* Real dogs
* Interaction is encouraged
* Small groups

This workshop is open to 18 people at a ticket price of £40 to ISCP Members and £45 to non members. OCN Level 3 Accredited available at an extra £35 cost

10am – 2:30pm

Venue: 19TH Enfield Scout Hut, at the Rear of 17-19 Enfield Road, EN2 7ES.

10th March

ISCP Milton Keynes

Fear, Anxiety, Stress in Confined Environments: Kennels/Groomers etc.

Our very own Jeni Pirie is hosting and presenting this interesting day looking at fear, anxiety and stress suffered by dogs within the kennel or grooming environment, on site at the Kennels that she supports and works at:  www.villiersfarm.co.uk;

ISCP members can book through our online booking system http://www.mypetgets.as.me/; under Workshops ‘Fear, Anxiety and Stress in a confined environment’ pop ISCP into the coupon box and it will come up as FREE. Booking is necessary.

9:45 am for 10am start

 23rd March

ISCP Scotland

Emotions – Fear 

Produced, presented and Hosted by our wonderful Dale McLelland, Fenwick Church Hall, Ayrshire, Scotland.

ISCP Scotland are proud to present a Seminar on Canine Emotions. The workshop will cover fear, the brain and body response, causes, experiences, strategies, body language and core emotions. We will also be discussing learned behaviour, stress, desensitisation and counter conditioning. This workshop will also consist of a practical element, case studies and videos.

Registration is at 9:30am for a 10am start on March 23rd and March 24th. Finish time 4:30pm.

Cost £50 total for both days.

Please go to Eventbrite and search for ISCP canine emotions to book your place.

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/iscp-canine-emotions-fear-2-day-event-23rd-and-24th-march-2019-tickets-55000671489

March 23rd and 30th              

ISCP Canada

Deepening the Bond

The brilliant Sparky Smith and Rosemary Holtz, CPDT-KA, are holding a Deepening the Bond Workshop at the Muskoka Dog Education Centre | ISCP-Canada, 3109 Aspdin Rd. Huntsville.

An ISCP-Accredited course, Participants will leave with a certificate of completion. Sparky Smith and Rosemary Holtz will take you on a fun-filled, informative journey in two 90-minute sessions to learn the fundamental and advanced techniques to communicate more effectively with your dog.

Public: $65 pp/pd, ISCP-Student $20 pp/pd – free with some volunteer duties, first-come, first-served overnight accommodations available  – friendly dogs welcome. 

Please email sparky@executivepetservices.ca for enquiries or to book a place.

7th April 2019  

ISCP London

Dog Law SOS         

Hosted in North London by Clare Grierson our very own Trevor Cooper has kindly offered a discounted ticket price of £17.50 to ISCP students!

 10am – 1pm

Venue: 19TH Enfield Scout Hut, at the Rear of 17-19 Enfield Road, EN2 7ES.

Contact www.doglawsos.co.uk; to book.

11th and 12th May

ISCP Austria

“Street dogs, sport dogs & socially deprived dogs: working with trauma for successful rehabilitation”

 Rosee & Patricia of ISCP Austria are hosting a weekend seminar by Teresa Tyler and Kerry Sands:

Details of the seminar’s content and biographical information on Teresa and Kerry:

http://www.iscpaustria.eu/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/ProgramMay2019.pdf

1st June

ISCP London

The Reactive Dog Workshop

This workshop is ideal for anyone who lives, or works, with dogs and is looking to gain understanding about canine reactivity, what it is, how it affects us all.  With tips on how to manage it and help our dogs, and their carers, identify and cope with their triggers and environmental influences. We will explore the roles of physical and emotional health, management and training in resolving reactive behaviour. We will discuss how to navigate the often confusing maze of advice and information that is available on this topic. We will also look at key ways to help guardians of reactive dogs be more confident in their handling.

Your presenter for the day:

Dr Janet Finlay

Janet Finlay is a Tellington TTouch Instructor for Companion Animals, a dog trainer (APDT UK 01046), a qualified leadership coach for humans, and was for many years a university professor, specialising in online learning. She now runs Canine Confidence, working with guardians of reactive dogs, through group workshops, private consultations and her online programmes.

This workshop is for people only. Spaces are limited so please book on soon to secure your place.

Please bring a packed lunch.

ISCP Members:                 £25 each

Non ISCP Members:        £35 each

Arrive 9:45 for 10am start

Finish 4pm

Venue: 19TH Enfield Scout Hut, at the Rear of 17-19 Enfield Road, EN2 7ES.

Email: clare.grierson.iscp@gmail.com to secure your place.

2nd June

ISCP London

An Introduction to Tellington TTouch Techniques

We are very honoured to have the opportunity to learn this wonderful technique from one of the UK’s leading practitioners in this field.

Tellington TTouch Training offers a gentle approach to the care and training of companion animals, horses, farm animals, exotics and wildlife. It is also an effective and empowering method that provides self-help for humans.

Developed by internationally recognized animal expert, Linda Tellington-Jones, PhD (Hon), this method is based on cooperation and respect for all animals and their people.

The approach in the field of canines is widely accepted as a powerful method to improve behaviour, enhance performance and health and teach a dog to learn willingly. It helps establish a deeper rapport and more effective connection and understanding between humans and their animals.

In this workshop we will introduce the core elements of TTouch and give you tools that you can take away to support your work with your own and client animals.

Your presenter for the day:
Dr Janet Finlay

Janet Finlay is a Tellington TTouch Instructor for Companion Animals, who has been involved with TTouch since 2004. She is one of only four TTouch Instructors in the UK and teaches on the TTouch Companion Animal Practitioner Training Programme internationally, as well using TTouch in her own work with reactive dogs. She is also a dog trainer (APDT UK 01046) and a qualified leadership coach for humans.

We can accommodate a limited number of dogs for this workshop.  Dog’s should be comfortable around other people and dogs.  Spaces are limited so please book on soon to secure your place.

Please bring a packed lunch.

Handler places:

ISCP Members:                 £35 each

Non Members:                 £45 each

Spectator Places:

ISCP Members:                 £25 each

Non ISCP Members:        £35 each

 Arrive 9:45 for 10am start

Finish 4pm

Venue: 19TH Enfield Scout Hut, at the Rear of 17-19 Enfield Road, EN2 7ES.

Please contact  clare.grierson.iscp@gmail.com to secure your place.

Sunday 23rd June

Old Sodbury Village Hall, BS37 6NE

10am to 4pm

Your Canine Holistic Toolkit

 This workshop is ideal for anyone who lives, or works, with dogs and is looking to explore some new natural techniques when it comes to training or behavioural challenges.

Firstly we’ll be introducing The Real Dog Yoga, exploring how it really is the most force-free training protocol you can use when teaching your dog new behaviours.

We’ll then focus on the benefits of helping our dogs through the holistic use of plant medicines, such as Essential Oils and Bach Flower Remedies.

Finally, we’ll discuss how you can approach your life with your dog in a more mindful manner that allows you to reduce stress for both ends of the lead.

There will also be an opportunity for you to put these new-found skills into practice, through case study discussions.

Your presenters for the day:
Caroline Wilkinson – The Real Dog Yoga Certified Instructor and Mindful Living and Our Dogs™ co-creator
Clare Grierson – The Real Dog Yoga Certified Instructor
Lisa Tenzin-Dolma – ISCP Principal

This workshop is for people only, although the space is dog friendly for dogs that are sociably comfortable. Spaces are limited so please book on soon to secure your place.

Please bring a packed lunch.

ISCP Members: £25 each
Non ISCP Members: £35 each

Please contact clare.grierson.iscp@gmail.com to book your place.

Where possible we will endeavour to convert workshops into webinars so that everyone can benefit from the information globally as well as rolling them out to other centres so that you all have as much access as possible to future events, workshops and study days.

All of our events will be discounted for ISCP members.  Our Practical study days will be free to all ISCP members.

Thank you to all of you for your brilliant ideas for workshops and webinars … please keep them coming!!!  And of course, thank you to all of our brilliant contributors, tutors, centres, affiliates, we are a very lucky bunch! 😊

Clare xx

Clare Grierson, ISCP events coordinator

ISCP events in 2018

HELP! My Dog Doesn’t Travel Well in the Car.

At Your Computer!

HELP! My Dog Doesn’t Travel Well In The Car: Solving motion sickness and other travelling issues.

With Toni Shelbourne, Tellington TTouch Practitioner, Real Dog Yoga Instructor, and author.

Does your dog suffer from motion sickness when in the car? Bark in your ear or jump about, making it difficult to concentrate and being a dangerous distraction to the driver? Or perhaps he isn’t keen about getting in at all? Sharing the car with a poor passenger makes even the shortest trip stressful and miserable for everyone – but help is now at hand!

In this webinar you will find solutions for these issues.

The webinar accompanies Toni Shelbourne and Karen Bush’s new book, which is available in eBook and paperback format here.