Dog Behaviour & Training
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This workshop based course enables the delegate to gain further understanding of how the domestic dog's mind works and the basic causes and solutions of common canine behaviour problems.

This is a work-based programme that includes a 2-day workshop which is a core element of the module. This course is a film-led distance learning and workshop course. Using real life clients with their problem pets in consultation. The workshop element provides a perfect opportunity to meet with CIDBT tutors and fellow delegates.

Lunch and beverages are included throughout this module. The course cost is NOT inclusive of accommodation, you are however most welcome to book a room on-site at a reduced rate via your tutor or the Conference Centre directly. (more about accommodation click here).

Phase 1

This is delivered as a distance learning phase. This includes initial work based analysis and research. This also provides you with an opportunity to meet dog owners and to interview them. You are also required to conduct secondary research via the Internet, library and other sources such as books and journals on specific equipment used for the training and control of dogs.

Please note that you must allow a minimum of six weeks study of phase 1 before your workshop date (Phase 2).

Phase 2

A two day workshop in Hertfordshire. A full two day intensive programme focusing on real life behavioural problems and clients in consultation.

Phase 3

This is a distance learning phase. The time period for phase 3 is a minimum of six weeks. It brings together the activities of the two previous phases. Delegates will be required to relate the practical experiences and knowledge gained from phase 2 to their initial research, analysis, learning and experiences from phase 1, contextualising and applying the knowledge gained to their professional activities

Further your understanding of how the domestic dogs mind works and the basic causes of many of the most common canine behaviour problems.

CFBA 5001 Advanced Common Canine Behaviour Problems

About This module

Module Number

CFBA 5001

Middlesex University

WBL Approved



PETbc Approved


Distance Learning


Workshop Based & Dates

6th & 7th September 2014

Certificate on Completion


Module Duration

Max six months

Tutored by

Ross McCarthy



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Pictures above from the workshop