Training in 3-D
A webinar with Steve White, May 14, 7 pm CEST
Training in 3-D — A practitioner’s guide to training for distance, duration and distraction
- Perception—why it matters and how you can manipulate it to your advantage.
- The six essential qualities of stimuli
- The traditional approach to training the 3 Ds
- How to wobble, bounce, ping-pong, skew and rotate our way to stable behaviors
- How to assess distractibility in all five senses
- Why a 3-D focus makes training more fun . . . at both ends of the leash
During his 46-year K9-centered law enforcement career Steve White was the only person to serve as a handler, trainer, training-sergeant, and commander for the Seattle Police Canine Unit. Accredited as a Master Trainer in 1993 by the Washington State Police Canine Association.
Steve is also a past Executive Board Member of that body. He served as Vice President of the Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers, and is a consultant and instructor for the K9 Academy for Law Enforcement.
Steve has instructed at seminars in the U.S., Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, England, Finland, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, New Zealand, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, and Zambia. He has served as a primary instructor for Karen Pryor's ClickerExpo and the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior.
He currently serves on the Victoria Stillwell Academy advisory Board. His articles have appeared in police K-9 and dog training publications in the U.S., Canada, Australia, Finland, and Japan.
He specializes in teaching behavior modification, tracking, and scent work through the use of positive reinforcement-based operant conditioning.
He provides consultation and training to K-9 units on administrative and legal issues, and has been recognized as an expert witness by Washington and Federal
courts in Police K-9 and dog behavior matters.
May 14. 7pm CEST. Find your local time here.
The webinar will be recorded so that you can access the recording if you are prevented from participating live.