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Become an Animal Behaviourist (Distance Learning)

Current Special Offers … Canine Programme at half price, Equine Programme at a 25% discount.

We are unique for 2 crucial reasons … Firstly, we teach APPLIED animal behaviour – we take all the complexity of scientific animal behaviour research and extract and teach you what you need to become a great animal behaviourist.  Secondly, we specialise in changing dreams into reality by supporting you through self-development, giving you our standard animal behaviour modification programmes to get you started in your own Animal Behaviour Practise.

The Equine & Canine Qualifications are already available as Distance Learning Programmes so you never need to leave home.  With the same (or slightly more) content they lead to exactly the same qualification as our original residential courses – NAC Equine or Canine Behaviourist.  We are working on the Feline Qualification & Stage II of the Equine & Canine Distance Learning Programmes.

All the animals at the NAC are a working model of what we teach

All the animals at the NAC are a working model of what we teach.

WE OFFER THE COMPLETE SKILL SET – ALL YOU NEED TO CREATE YOUR OWN CONSULTING BUSINESS.

 

The Scientific Knowledge to diagnose & fix animal behaviour issues.    The Persuasion Skills to ‘sell’ your animal behaviour solutions to client.  The life changing Personal Development.  And our Support to set up your own Animal Behaviour Consulting Business.

The secret of why we are different to universities is simple – we are here to make animals’ lives better.  We have a deep passion which drives our mission statement:  ‘positively influencing the wellbeing of animals worldwide’ and that’s what makes us different.  We want you out there consulting, because you can help animals (other’s or your own) & you will be achieving our mission statement for us.  By the time you qualify of course you will have both all the technical knowledge, but also the persuasive skills, because our experience as behaviourists shows that animals only benefit, if the owner implements your applied science based advice. We divide each species into 4 stages (over 4 years) but we have structured it so you are qualified to consult after just Stage I & it’s completely your decision as to whether you want to go further than Stage I.

Find a Course

Click on the species you are most interested in to get the download covering dates, costs and the detailed prospectus

To view our Canine Behaviour

Course Prospectus please

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Distance Learning Course 

Half price for the launch

Buy it Now – £310 + p&p

Play and movement are essential parts of every animals’ ethogram (their list of normal behaviours).  Understanding their natural behaviours is essential if you are to identify what is an abnormal behaviour which is the key aspect for any Animal Behaviourist.  Our Distance Learning courses include pre-written behaviour modification programmes for you to get started on day 1 of your own Behaviour Practice.

To view our Equine Behaviour

Course Prospectus please

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Distance Learning Course

Discounted by 25% at £465 + P&P

Zebras are the only true wild equids left on our planet.  We have a herd of 160 zebras in Africa who we have identified individually, allowing for the world’s first zebra research based on individual zebras.  And the results over-turned all the historical papers, providing an entirely new view of Equine Behaviour.  Heather Simpson is now the leading expert on zebra behaviour and as this converts directly to horse behaviour you are truly getting the best, most up to date teaching be it via our Distance Learning Programme.

To view our Feline Behaviour

Course Prospectus please

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Distance Learning Course

Coming later in 2017

The feline course is perhaps the most complex but equally the most rewarding.  Issues such as their use of pheromones (chemicals – most of which we as humans can’t smell) and subtle body language means cats are often misunderstood.  For instance the cat that remains immobile on the owner’s bed, only venturing downstairs to eat late at night is quite possibly frozen in fear rather than being lazy!