Sunday, 26 October 2008

Denmark - Sunday 26th

Today was very productive if not a little bit wet! We covered contacts, discrimination and courses. I started the day off with a talk (inside!) with the use of a laptop and some of Scott’s videos from my website to demonstrate foundation training, progression and long term results.

We then went on to break the group up in three groups of four, and despite the rain and wind, built on the contact theory we had previously discussed. After an 90 minutes and an assessment of everyone’s method we moved on the discrimination of obstacles, using seesaw and weaves, tunnel under A-frame and dog-walk.

We then went on to look at this course in the afternoon, which enabled handlers to draw together everything we had done over the weekend. The group worked really well and I was very pleased with the progress.

I would like to especially thank Lars Bang for the fantastic time I have had here in Denmark, and thanks to everyone in the training seminar for being a pleasure to train!

Keep up the hard work!

I fly back to BHX at 10am (UK time) tomorrow morning. Lee

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