June 09, 2017 at City Varieties Music Hall in Leeds.
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Stretching Your Dog’s Capabilities” There are many conceptual ideas that require a much more focused approach to training. This seminar will review the foundation needed for training broad concepts like modifier cues, mimicry, adduction, matching to sample, counting and other conceptual tasks.
Non-food reinforcers can become as powerful as, or more than, food alone, but only when integrated systematically. In this session Ken will preent the process he uses to introduce, increase and maintain the value of any reinforcer.
There are many different approaches to handling scent discrimination training including search & rescue techniques, law enforcement uses with narcotics and explosives, and the growing sport of nose work. Ken has worked or consulted with many of these scent detection programs and focuses on the science and the practical application of the actual task and challenges of scent detection training.
Teaching an Animal to say “No”
Ken mentioned this concept briefly during the 2016 seminars. We wanted to know more and we know from the number of questions asked that our delegates did too so we’re delighted that Ken has agreed to present his research in this area for the first time in Europe
Handling Animal Mistakes Positively
Even the best and most focused animals will make mistakes and positive reinforcement trainers are faced with the dilemma of trying to find the best way to respond to those mistakes. This seminar looks at the many options available to trainers and suggests the most positve approach to dealing with unwanted behavior. The draw back to the more traditional aversive approaches will be discussed and the seminar will focus on how best to ignore unwanted behavior and how to use redirection.
• Understand the impact of CSE on families
• Identify specific support needs of affected parents and carers
• Recognise elements of good practice for effective support
• Identify the benefits of a child and family centred approach to CSE
• Appreciate the importance of including parents and carers as partners in tackling CSE
• Understand the role of Pace and how it supports parents
Who this course is for:
• Social workers or safeguarding professionals
• Health practitioners
• Voluntary sector employees and volunteers
CPD certified. Lunch and refreshments included.
£100 + booking fee per delegate.
Route Changes, Event Village a New Shirt and New Sponsors.
All abilities welcome.
Over 500 cyclists!
Journey to the geographical centre of Yorkshire, its heart, through cityscapes, rural pastures and undulating countryside, before returning to Leeds.
Heart of Yorkshire Cycle Jersey* (please add to basket after entry)
Iconic Start and Finish Location
Fully Signed Route
Well Stocked Feed Stations
Optional Coffee Stops
Warm Welcome in Hessay
Full Insurance for every rider
Great Atmosphere and Refreshments at the finish.
FREE GOODIE BAGS!
Fantastic fashion show
On the 4th June 2017 between 11am and 3.30pm, New Dock hall will be playing host to Wedding Fayres Yorkshire. The fayre will be supporting local businesses and helping couples to plan their big day!
The fayre will feature stands from 100 exhibitors from across Yorkshire as well as live entertainers and a compere.
For more information please call the Wedding Fayres Yorkshire team on 01226 611 611 or 01484 537 130 or email email@example.com
Smile design principles for success in function and aesthetics with Dr Rahul Doshi
Learn the synergy between occlusion and aesthetics
Learn the Cornerstones of Smile Design:Evaluation, Design, Provisionalisation, Occlusal Stability
Treatment planning; Philosophy, Strategy, Reality, Problems, Pitfalls, Perils, and Possibilities
Success for Simple or Complex Aesthetic challenges
Minimum Intervention Maximum Aesthetics
Introduction to BACD accreditation with Dr Don Slos
To understand the scope and requirements of BACD accreditation
To learn to analyse your cases with a critical eye
The 4 key steps to composite success with Dr Chris McConnell
In this fast learning lecture we will look at why etching, drying, bonding and curing are the biggest 4 failures of composite dentistry in UK dentists. Materials and equipment has changed massively in the last 6 years and the 20 second rule is now way out of date.
Key learning aims, objectives and anticipated outcomes:
Update knowledge on the latest composite materials and equipment
Cover how your curing light can cause you to succeed or fail
Outline the common pitfalls encountered with composite dentistry and how to easily prevent these
Be able to use all the topics covered immediately in surgery without buying anything more
Saturday 3rd June
3.30pm – 5.30pm
@The Dance Studio Leeds
£8 drop in, no booking required
Comfortable clothes and flat shoes recommended
Solo charleston, no partner required.
The workshop is open to absolute beginners and experienced dancers alike, starting from the basic step giving you a few showy moves and a good workout. The workshop has two sections; the first section gives you a short fun routine and the second section focuses on developing the steps you’ve learnt in the first section, introducing a freestyle aspect (but in a structured way). This will give you the confidence to Charleston anywhere.
Can’t make this one? Hot Charleston is run two times a month, for a full list of dates please visit:
For all enquiries please conatct Nathan and the team at Bluefruit and Bechamel on firstname.lastname@example.org or direct on 07793088850
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Nathan & the team