understanding, managing and modifying problem behaviors 5-day workshop
during this 5-day workshop students will work with chirag to explore understanding, managing and modifying problem behaviors from a practical science based approach. using presentations, practicals, case studies and group work, this workshop is designed to explore this topic in detail. limited to 12 students (must have two years of training experience).
about the speaker:
chirag entered the field professionally in 2004 and has since become a leading figure in the profession around the world. he is highly sought after for consulting with private clients and organizations, as well as running workshops for professionals internationally. chirag consults on the behavior management and training of domestic animals kept as pets, exotics, zoo and laboratory animals. his passion is the application of behavior changes, science and ethics to improve the life of animals living under human care, especially applying training principles to teach animals to be active participants in their own daily and veterinary care, in a stress free manner. chirag earned his BSC in veterinary sciences from the royal veterinary college in london and a postgraduate certificate in clinical animal behavior from the university of lincoln, UK. he also holds an advanced diploma in practical aspects of companion animal behavior and training from the centre of applied pet ethology. chirag is also currently continuing his education by studying further in the field of applied behavior analysis. in 2005, chirag completed an internship in dog behavior and training with a focus on aggressive behavior under the mentorship of jean donaldson at the san francisco SPCA and developed his understanding and skills in puppy training under the mentorship of ian dunbar PhD, BVetMed, MRCVS. he is also a member of the association of pet dog trainers UK (00923) and has previously served on their committee
. CEUs: CCPDT – 11 CEUs for trainers and 5 CEUs for behavior consultants, IAABC – 25 CEUs, PPG – 6 CEUs