Training Days and Training Classes

 

BEGINNERS TRAINING

17 April, 8 May and 29 May

Near Alcester, Warwickshire

Suitable for handlers and dogs just starting out on their gundog training journey and want to know how to begin or take the next steps. Puppies and young dogs welcome.

A maximum of 12 dog and handler teams, split in to three groups with a dedicated trainer. The trainers are Rachel Birch, Paul Egginton and Graham Clelland.

Cost is £45 for all three sessions.

To book your place and to receive a skills assessment form and payment instructions, please email Heather Harley at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Your place is not confirmed until payment is received.

Sessions will be run in accordance with any Covid guidance in place at the time.

 

SOUTH WEST AREA TRAINING

SW working training monthly sessions to restart in Cohorts of six from Saturday 10th April with Helen Ford and Steve Ashby. Please contact Sara Thurgood if you would like to attend.

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These sessions will be run in line with the Government guidelines and will be run with the "rule of 6" applied. Social distancing must be maintained at all times.

We plan to use different venues and have these dates booked to start with.

Saturday 8th May Southcott Winkleigh

Saturday 5th June TBC (possibly water)

We will need to know age and ability of your dog and level they are working at.

The cost will be £15 a dog and sessions will be 2 hours

There will be some fortnightly training booked as well if there is enough interest and both Helen and Steve are happy to train in their local areas. We can discuss this at the first training.

 

 

 

BACK TO BASICS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 

The Back to Basics Development Programme has been put in place to support members who wish to train their dogs for gundog work, whatever their current level of achievement. Through supported and targeted training, the aim is to increase the number of Flatcoats competing in working tests, gaining the Shooting Dog Certificate and ultimately that more people will have the confidence and desire to enter field trials.

Training for existing participants will re-start soon with Phil Bruton, and there may also be room for new participants, please contact Heather Harley This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  if interested.

 

 

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