The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking
new landscapes, but in having new eyes.
Where will your
journey take you?
NEW online courses with lifetime access
Unique opportunities to expand your training skills, dig a little deeper into the understanding and learn good technique.
Self-paced courses where you can come and go, choose your lessons, train or not train, the choice is yours.
Learning from extensive experience in course design, application and understanding means you do not have to go back and start all over again. You are likely to learn these skills only once – make sure you invest in the very best training experience.
Follow on GROUPS for Setter Members with more questions, training opportunities, sharing and feedback.
Not quite ready for a full, deep-dive course?
These video presentations will give you an starting point to the complexities of these topics. With clear explanations, tips and training protocols to inspire through understanding.
Watch as many times as you like ….
Get a £15 Credit from each video – this brings a new understanding to “streaming”, you may never need to pay for another great video!
Introducing Reward Predicting Stimulus, relevant and non-relevant cue selection. The function of the cue as a marker, how cues build chains, the fade in protocol and cue hierarchies.
This is a valuable technology that can shift how you view learning and teaching.
This presentation will help you make some important decisions and give you some really useful tips.
Kay will explain the difference between active and passive learning, how management solutions can be applied to ensure a strong relationship with your puppy or dog.
£15 credit towards the full course when you enrol
Management or Training?
Find YOUR pathway, for your pup, for your solution
A lifetime journey where new material will be continually integrating.
The subject of training is far more complex that it appears on the surface. We are bombarded with guaranteed recipes and magical solutions that no longer provide satisfactory answers.
You can skim along to resolve a short term gap or make long term plans for your new puppy or adult dog joining your household. Plan what you would like them to learn and then detail exactly what they are going to learn, how you will achieve this and in what order.
Choice is viewed as a positive, but too many choices without guidance can be overwhelming. Being comfortable with the choices available, knowing what choices you have and the potential outcomes is way to enjoy the process.
Learn the rich and fascinating landscape of rewards.
This course is a lifetime resource. Follow the pathway step-by-step or dip in and out.
The more we explore and blend the theory, biology and application it is clear that this is not a simple process, it is complex and very sophisticated. With active minds open to learning we can continue to understand more, apply in an educated format and improve the combination of learning and dogs that we know and love and call training.
New technology is changing our understanding which will influence what rewards you choose. Explore the different and diverse ways we can deliver rewards to bring excitement or relaxation, curiosity or confidence.
Cup on a Stick Foundation Skills
a Kay Laurence original !
Cup on a Stick Advanced Skills
also a Kay Laurence original, and possibly a bit geeky ….
COURSE follow on from Foundation
Teach your dog the balanced stand, develop fitness in movement: trotting, backing and reversing patterns, lateral steps and correct action for the essential pivots and rotations. Easily built and will benefit the dog’s fitness or for specific sport expectations or simply because you enjoy teaching and seeing your dog learn.
Join up for great discounts on courses (50%)
Follow up GROUPS in the Setters Community.
Share your learning, be challenged and rewarded
For staying the course or just being here.
credit on joining to spend for your learning
– your dog will thank you!
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