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The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour (ISCP)
The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour (ISCP) & books on dog training & Behaviour
The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour has a reputation for excellence; with students and graduates around the world whose work with dogs has enriched the lives of many people and their animal companions.
The ISCP educates students of canine behaviour in the most up to date methods, and places a strong emphasis on positive dog training and rehabilitation. Seminars and workshops aim to increase your understanding, and provide opportunities for face-to-face Q&A sessions. Through the ISCP courses you will learn to ‘read’ dogs and to discover how and why dogs respond to humans, other animals and the environment.
Choose Your Study Options
Are you looking for an online course that fits in with your lifestyle and gives you opportunities for practical, hands-on experience?
Diploma in Canine Behaviour
This extensive course comprises both academic and practical work. Students who enrol for the full course are given an in-depth 184 page textbook in both PDF and paperback format, written specifically for this course. Each student is expected to satisfactorily complete the written and practical assignments given at the end of each unit before moving on to the next unit.
|ISCP Certificate in Canine Behaviour||ISCP Intermediate Certificate in Canine Behaviour|
Rescue charity volunteers are able to receive a 50% discount on the ISCP diploma course fee, so can enrol for the full course for £499.50 or the equivalent. The aim of this scheme is to encourage the sharing of information about dog psychology and behaviour with other members of the rescue organisation, so that more dogs, especially any with behaviour issues, can be successfully rehomed.
This online course guides you through how to combine Bach Flower remedies and compassionate, reward-based methods of behaviour modification to help dogs heal from mental and emotional imbalances that can also impact on their physical health.
Books by Lisa Tenzin-Dolma
Lisa Tenzin-Dolma, the principal of the ISCP, has written several books on dog behaviour and training:
Adopting a Rescue Dog
(you can download this as a free PDF file)