R+ 2.0 Training Camp
with Amy Cook, Sarah Stremming, and Shade Whitesel
November 30 – December 1, 2019
Team Spirit Agility ~ Arvada, CO
This camp brings three training professionals together to share their knowledge, insights, and training methods to the dog sport community. Learn more about our theme, R+ 2.0, from our instructors, by listening to this podcast, hosted by the Fenzi Dog Sports Academy.
(Registration will open August 12th at 8am PT)
Who is it for?
All dog sport and behavior enthusiasts interested in upping their training game in their prospective sport(s).
Working Spot vs. Auditing Spot
This is a training seminar, so there will be no shortage of geeking-out and discussing the ins and outs of a large variety of topics that Amy, Sarah, and Shade will be presenting.
Working teams will work in two labs per day. Instructors will present two working labs and one non-working lecture each day. There will be an open Q&A with a panel of all three instructors at the end of each day.
Auditors have the sweet deal of sitting in & joining the discussions, as well as being able to observe 24 different dog and handler teams working with the instructors throughout the weekend.
What does it cost?
Working spots – $300 (two working labs per day)
Working Spots are limited to 24 teams (8 per group)
Additional working lab sessions (if available) will be sold separately- $80/session.
Auditing Spots – $80/single day or $150/weekend
Auditing Spots are limited to 40 per day.
Still not sure?
Registration will open August 12th at 9AM. You can sign up & pay online with a credit card by clicking the button below.
How do working spots work? All working spots must pre-select their labs during registration. Teams will select and participate in two sessions per day. Handlers will audit the other sessions when they are not working a dog. Working spot selections have limited space, so options will decrease as spots fill.
Experience level for working teams? Each session description will specify the required experience level of the working teams.
How do auditing spots work? Auditing registrations will need to preselect their sessions during registration; seating in each ring is limited.
Can I bring an extra dog? Crating space is limited. Extra dogs will need to be approved. Auditors, if possible, please leave your dogs at home.
Is my dog suitable for this camp? Will your dog be comfortable and well-behaved in a moderately crowded space? Rings will be separated accordion fencing and people only. Entries and exits to working stations are well spaced apart, to minimize any dog to dog contact. However, if your dog is not comfortable in a working environment with so much action, please consider an auditing spot and allow a more suitable team to work during this seminar.
BIS Policy – Please notify me if you believe you will have a BIS at the time of the seminar, so we can make proper arrangements in crating, running order, etc.
What is your refund policy? A working spot refund will be issued if requested on or before September 15, 2019. Refunds requested between September 16, 2019 and up to and including October 18, 2019 will be conditional on a suitable replacement from the waiting list, excluding service fees and less a $20 processing fee.
An auditing spot refund will be issued if requested on or before October 18, 2019.
All requests must be done by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
No refunds will be considered after October 18, 2019.
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