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How To Become A Certified Dog Trainer | Handbook Download

Updated on November 24, 2012
How To Become A Certified Dog Trainer
How To Become A Certified Dog Trainer

How To Become A Certified Dog Trainer - Learn All About It

This article explains all details on How To Become A Certified Dog Trainer. If you have the love for pets (obviously puppies and dogs) then its sure that this would be and enjoyable profession to rely on. Training dogs are essentially important for anyone who wants to bring up a smarter pet that would act as intelligent as human and is yet more loyal than them. There are several training method such as 'Click method' for dog training. 'Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers (CCPDT)', New York is where you have to go to become a certified dog trainer. The CCPDT works with specialization in administering and creating national level certification programs to assure the credibility and authenticity of the program. The objective of this separate body to certify dog training is for credentialing and improving the reputation of this profession.Moreover, it helps to provide service to those who search for professional people to train their dog.CCPDT have a special service in there website whereby anyone can search for a certified dog trainer in his locality and contact him for assistance. This job-assurance service is a lucrative reason to have a hold on this profession since you won't remain jobless after the certification.This body issues a certificate indicating that the candidate has met the minimum education level with experience and passed the Certificate Council for Professional Dog Trainers Examination. Everyone who have qualified this test is allowed to suffix CPDT-KA (Certified Professional Dot Trainer - Knowledge Assessed) to their name.

More About The Test to Become a Certified Dog Trainer

CCDPT have secured the expertise of the Professional Testing Company (PTC). The eligibility and detailed description of the test can be availed by downloading the Candidate's Handbook from the CCDPT website.You can even take a practice test online at the Professional Testing Corporation's website.

Eligibility Requirements to become a Certified Dog Trainer

Below given are the outline of all condition to be met to be eligible to be a certified dog trainer. The candidate's handbook will give the complete details of test procedures and pattern.

  1. At least 300 hours experience in dog training within the last five (5) years.
  2. A high school diploma or GED equivalent.
  3. A total of three (3) references
  4. Completion and filing of an application for the Certification Examination for Professional Dog Trainers.
  5. Knowledge Assessed
  6. Signing and filing The CCPDT Code of Ethics.
  7. Copy of a current government-issued photo id.
  8. Payment of required fee.

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