The 6th Armed Forces & Veterans Resettlement Expo takes place in Oxford on Thursday and we are delighted to announce a last minute addition to the exhibitor line up, which already boasts over 30 stands.

We are pleased to announce the National Dog Training Academy will be present at The King’s Centre, Osney Mead, Oxford on Thursday April 21 with the event starting at 09:30 and finishing at 12:30 (turn up at any time in between).

Anyone from the forces community is welcome to attend!

Register here free for the event. 

Here the National Dog Training Academy share their easy steps on how to become a dog trainer with them…

Be ready to start earning money on completion of Level 1, a three day attendance course with us. 

Leave the course with your first 6 week block of lesson plans fully planned, prepared and practised.

Flexible working, you can work full time or part time. Earnings average £80 per hour, net profit.

Theory and hands on practical training. Being a dog trainer is as much about teaching people as it is about training dogs.

 Learn all you need about how to train dogs and how to teach people, gaining practical experience throughout the 3 day course. Level 1 can be completed in 3 consecutive days or by attending one day a month.

Groups are kept small – a maximum of 4, so you build a supportive relationship with my team and your peer group. Ongoing support is available to help you set up your own dog training classes.

Join a multi-award winning dog training academy and become a member of our growing community.

See more information on the National Dog Training Academy here. 

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