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Adapting Your Dog Training Classes to a COVID-19 World – Marketing and Technical Tips to Transition Your Students Online and Keep Your Business Moving

Course Information:

Dog trainers who derive their income from teaching group classes are facing the economic pinch as group gatherings are being discouraged or cancelled outright. Additionally, with our global society and ease of travel, it’s likely situations such as this will happen more frequently. Advanced technology makes it easier for people to work from home, as well as making it a more acceptable option. However, you don’t need to cancel your group classes if you use some ingenuity and online technology.This webinar will go through all of the available logistical options to trainers for teaching group courses, such as online education platforms, setting up courses through your own WordPress website, or using video chat and group chat software. Some of these solutions can be implemented for lower sized budgets and require technology you, and your clients, may already have on hand.We’ll also go over adapting teaching strategies to an online format and ways to keep the group “together” while providing mutual support.In addition we’ll discuss some ways to market new types of courses to your students directly related to situations created by social distancing, home quarantines and remote working. It’s important to keep marketing your business in a time of crisis, so ideas on how you can promote your work to current and potential clients will be covered as well.
Pre-requisites OR Target Level of Knowledge: n/a
Instructor: Mychelle Blake
Continuing Education Units (CEUs):
CPDT-KA: 1.5
IAABC: 1.5
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Course Length: 1.5 hr
Original Air Date: 2020
Course Cost: $30.00

Contact Information: sue@raisingcanine.com
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