Chirag Patel weekend

2 day weekend workshop on 10th-11th February 2018 in Nottingham, UK

Full Details:

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) for Dog Training: a weekend with Chirag Patel

Day 1 – A mixture of theory, demonstrations, videos & discussion on the principles of ABA

Day 2 - Live cases & discussion: watch Chirag apply the principals of ABA to approach a selection of training/behaviour problems with owners and their dogs.

10th - 11th Feb 2018

(10am-5pm Saturday, 9am-4pm Sunday)

Canine Academy, Tollerton, Notts, NG12 4GB

Early bird - £125 full weekend

(Early bird rate lasts until 31st November 2017, bookings after this date will be charged at the full rate of £145.00)

About the speaker:

Chirag Patel (Domesticated Manners Animal Behaviour & Training) – An inspiring, engaging and entertaining speaker, Chirag is one of the leading animal trainers in the UK with vast experience of training a variety of animals living under human care (including many domestic, farm, and zoo species).

Chirag has incredible knowledge and exceptional practical skills when it comes to training any animal. He spends a majority of his time travelling around the globe to deliver seminars, workshops and consultancy packages to service providers including Training and Behaviour practitioners, Zoos, Aquariums, Rescue & Welfare communities and Assistance Dog organisations.

For more details see Chirag’s Biography below.

About this workshop:

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) for Dog Training: a weekend with Chirag Patel

 Day 1 – A mixture of theory, demonstrations, video material and discussions on the principles of ABA.

Day 2 - Live cases, demonstrations and discussions: watch Chirag apply the principals of ABA to approach a selection of training/behaviour problems with owners and their dogs.

This workshop provides a fantastic opportunity to learn from Chirag's extensive experience, scientific approach and caring sympathetic style of animal handling.


This workshop includes tea and coffee throughout the weekend but not lunch

Please bring your own lunch

Who this seminar is aimed at:

The seminar is aimed at a wide ranging audience that has common interest in dog training, behaviour and welfare using an ethical approach with roots in the science of how animals learn.

The seminar is suitable for owners, enthusiasts, trainers, and associated professionals of various levels.
You will not be able to bring your own dog to this course unless it has been selected for one of the cases being worked on the Sunday. In this case your dog will only be allowed inside the venue during the working slot.

Suitable owners and dogs will be recruited ahead of the course and allocated for the cases that Chirag will work with on the Sunday.

If you are interested in Chirag working with you and your your dog, he/she must be able to work in the workshop environment and be able to be left in a car/crate for short periods.

If you would like for us to consider your dog please drop us an email for further information. Cases will be selected from the list and the owner will be notified if they have been selected by no later than 15th January 2018.

Cancellations and other ticket info:

Refunds (minus 10% admin fee) will be allowed up until 15th January 2018. After this date no refunds will be given.

Tickets may be transferred into another person’s name but please advise us if you wish to do this so we have a correct list of names for those attending.

Tickets are for the full 2 days. It is not possible to buy a single day ticket but you may book one ticket for two different people attending each day. Please notify us if this is the case.

The venue:

Parking is available onsite for the 2-days of the seminar.

No overnight camping allowed.

Non-working dogs:

If you are thinking of bringing a dog that has not been selected for a working spot, please ensure your vehicle is fully equipped for weather extremes as we will not be able to accommodate additional dogs inside the venue. PLEASE NOTE THERE IS LIMITED SHADED PARKING AT THIS VENUE. Any dogs left in vehicles are done so at your own discretion and their welfare must be a priority. So that you can get the most out of this workshop we recommend you do not bring dogs, however if you choose to, there is space to exercise them outside the venue.