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DBCA
DOG
BEHAVIOUR COUNSELLING ASSOCIATION
Once you've learnt and understand the way your dog thinks,
you'll be surprised how much you can communicate with your dog!!

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Canine Behaviour and Training - Diploma 通信講座受講料
 
Canine Behaviour
and Training
- Diploma
 
このコースは英語でのご提供となります。
 Study Level2-3  学習レベルとは

 
 
Description
This course is a combination of relevant modules from several courses for those who would benefit from a specific approach to training and behaviour rather than one or the other. For students in the Republic of Ireland the course is available with two practical modules, please ask for details.
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1 Ways of Explaining Canine Behaviour
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  • The affects of biology on behaviour
  • Natures approach to behaviour
  • Nurtures approach to behaviour
  • How food affects behaviour
  • Associative learning
  • Do dogs think?
  • Canine intelligence
  • Various ways dogs communicate
  • Canine instincts
  • What is a behaviourist?
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2 Understanding Canine Behaviour
10
  • Introduction to developmental psychology
  • The newborn puppy
  • Associative learning in the newborn puppy
  • Reflex actions
  • Initial development in the newborn puppy
  • The puppy's vision
  • The puppy's hearing
  • Lapping behaviour
  • Early experiences with semi-solid foods
  • The Nature/Nurture debate
  • The behaviour of the mother
  • Natural selection
  • Elimination behaviour in the newborn puppy
  • The behaviour of the father
  • The importance of play in the newborn puppy
  • Why puppies play
  • The play bow
  • The role of hormones
  • Social development
  • Canine senses
  • Artificial selection
  • What is an adult dog?
  • Sexual maturity
  • Physical maturity
  • Psychological maturity
  • The dog as a predator
  • Instincts
  • Types of aggressive behaviour
  • The dog as a social animal
  • The structure of a pack
  • Personality expression
  • Vocalisation
  • Posture
  • Scent marking
  • Burying food
  • The elderly dog
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3 Canine Learning
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  • Charles Darwin's biological adaptations
  • The nature verses nurture debate of learning
  • Environmental influences on behaviour
  • Canine learning
  • The parental influences on learning
  • Critical and sensitive periods of the puppy's development
  • Classical conditioning
  • Chaining
  • Instrumental or operant conditioning
  • Reward and punishment in learning
  • Reinforcers and punishment in learning
  • Primary and secondary reinforcers
  • Reinforcement schedules
  • Shaping behaviour
  • Sensitisation
  • Cultural transmission
  • The importance of play
  • Insight learning
  • Habituation
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4 Dog Training
10
  • Why train dogs?
  • The senses and training
  • Schedules of reinforcement
  • Primary and secondary reinforcers revisited
  • Choice of primary reinforce
  • Benefits of using positive reinforcement
  • Putting the theory into practice
  • Basic training of house training, the recall, the sit, sit/stand and progressing to heel with problems and solutions
  • The advantages and disadvantages of using Clicker Training
  • Summary of training principles
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5 Touch
10
  • Touch or tactile communication
  • Meet, greet and licking as a form of communication
  • Lip smacking
  • Teat nudge
  • Kneading
  • Muzzle-nudge and nose to throat nudge
  • Muzzle grasp
  • Hip nudge
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6 Handling Aggression
10
  • Dealing with aggression
  • Learning theory
  • Operant conditioning
  • Positive and negative reinforcement
  • Positive and negative punishment
  • One trial learning
  • Generalisation with behaviour to different surroundings
  • Initial measures
  • When should training begin?
  • Desensitisation and Counter Conditioning Techniques
  • What is flooding
  • Aversive conditioning
  • Learned helplessness
  • Over learning
  • Holistic approaches to behaviour modification
  • Legal Issues and the Dangerous Dogs Act
コース終了すると採点により合格者は
COMPASS、ISAP、DBCA協会からディプロマが授与されます。
Canine Behaviour and Training - Diploma 通信講座受講料
 
 COMPASS受講手数料
 (ISAPの学生登録料、合格の際の
  ISAP・DBCAからのディプロマ、税込)
16,200円
 Canine Behaviour and
 Training - Diploma
 受講料

 (テキスト、専任チューター、
  合格の際のディプロマ、税込)
83,000円
(変動あり)
 合     計 99,200円
(変動あり)
通信講座のテキストはテキストデータ送信が基本です。
印刷テキストをご希望の方は別途4,860円にて郵送いたしますので「テキストあり」よりお申し込みください。

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   受講してください。
 
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