Exploring Rewards:

take your training to the next level

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EXPLORING REWARDS part 1: 

A practical course week with Angelica Hesselius and Eva Bertilsson

 

  • Two intensive weeks

  • Private facebook group

  • Four 2-hour long live zoom meetings, theory and discussions

  • Feedback recordings where we discuss your videos 

  • 7 feeding exercises plus session structure worksheet

  • Trainer skills you need to succeed!

  • For reward based trainers wanting to up their game to the next level!

  • 10 working spots and 20 auditor spots available

  • Working teams upload their videos on youtube, get feedback on the exercises and course diploma for completed exercises.

    ALL MATERIAL AVAILIABLE FOR 30 DAYS VIA THE FACEBOOK GROUP.

 

DATES: 6 JAN-23 JANUARY

Working spot: 165 euro

Auditor:  105 euro

Register HERE


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join in and explore the nuances of treat deliveries! Build a stronger relationship and hone your training skills at the same time. In this week-long online course you get to explore the nuances of treat deliveries in your horse training, expand your repertoar and extend the usefulness of your treats. How, what, where and how much you feed matters! Join in and learn powerful techniques that will take your training to the next level.

 

Our most important job as trainers is to provide desirable consequences for our learners. 

This means delivering rewards. Delivering rewards in different ways, shapes or forms. Are you ready to up your game and take your reward procedures to the next level? 

Join us for this 2 week-long online course where we will zoom in on exploring rewards. We promise your horse will love this!
 

Having a good system and structure for your reward deliveries is essential for becoming an efficient trainer. Treats and treat deliveries can fill so many functions in your training - not only are they powerful reinforcers, but creative treat delivery strategies will also promote desired movements, provide precise starting points, aid transitions between different aspects of the session, and minimize uncertainty, frustration and unwanted gaps in your training.

This course will give you both theoretical knowledge and practical solutions to make the best use of your rewards in your everyday training.


 

With whom?

Eva Bertilsson (Carpe Momentum) and Angelica Hesselius (Reward Based Art Of Riding). Eva and Angelica are both internationally renowned positive reinforcement trainers based in Sweden.  

 

Angelica works with horses and has a background in classical dressage and academic art of riding. She specializes in positive reinforcement training for balanced movement in groundwork, developing proprioception, movement and communication through systematic reward-based strategies.

Eva has a master’s degree in behavior analysis and works with a variety of species and venues. She is a  board member of the Swedish Association for Behavior Analysis, and is passionate about connecting the communities - teaching behavioral principles to animal trainers, and teaching animal training strategies to behavior analysts working with people. Eva’s background is in dog training for agility and other sports, and you often find her teaching together with Carpe Momentum colleague Emelie J Vegh. Seamless training sessions are one of her specialties. 


 

SCHEDULE:

 

Monday 10 January 18.00 - 20.00 (CEST, Central European Time): 

Zoom Live lecture & Q/A, including presentation of the exercises. 

All exercises will also be posted in the group, with demo videos!

 

Thursday 13 January 18.00 - 20.30 (CEST) 

Zoom Live workshop: Feeding techniques - practical training without horses!

 

Monday 17 January 18.00 - 20.30 (CEST)

Zoom Live lecture: Video analysis from participant videos by Eva & Angelica.  

 

Thursday 20 January 18.00 - 20.30 (CEST)

Zoom Live lecture & Q/A, including summary of the week. 

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