Compass support the use of force free principles in training and behaviour modification. With the correct knowledge there is no excuse for punishing our animals for not doing what is required of them particularly when rewarding required behaviour provides more reliable results and promotes the human animal bond.
With so many course providers offering such a bewildering selection of seemingly similar courses it is important to ensure that an independent third party has accredited them. It is also important that the third party is a regulated awarding body. Many are not.
After 25 years Compass is the longest operating private course provider of behaviour courses in the animal care sector and still remains at the forefront of this provision.
For anyone embarking on a course of study it can be a difficult time, deciding which course, whether or not you will enjoy it and wondering what you will get for your investment are just some of the things that you will be considering. I hope that by telling you something about myself, my passion for and life of involvement with animals you will understand a little of the enthusiasm that has gone into creating Compass Education and Training over the last 23 years.
The aim of the course is to prepare participants academically to work in the role of canine behaviour advisor. It is designed to be the definitive course on canine behaviour management for those who cannot afford the time (or money) to go to university to study animal behaviour.