This is only open to those choosing to become licensed Family Paws Parent Educators. There are limited spots so apply early!
Jan 14-Apr 7, 2020 Noon Eastern time
May 3-July 26, 2020 8:30pm Eastern time
Aug 25-Nov 17, 2020 Noon Eastern time
Do you ever feel overwhelmed or intimidated about providing the best possible support and advice to families with babies or toddlers? Would you like to increase your knowledge about dog-and-baby/toddler dynamics? Why wait any longer? FPPE offers their Foundation course to prepare new licensed educators 4 times a year. You can increase your knowledge, confidence, and network by becoming a licensed Family Paws Parent Educator. Our education, resources and ongoing support we help you differentiate yourself from your competition and help you tap into this specialized, important, and opportunity-rich market niche.
Our 13-week course will help you become familiar with all of our program content, marketing and so much more! This is the perfect way to learn and prepare to bring our parent programs to your community! New and expecting family dynamics can make simple consultations very complex.
Do you have a group of you interested in becoming licensed educators? Do you run a facility that you wish to become licensed? Please contact us about our Family Paws Weekend training opportunities.
To bring peace of mind to parents and increased safety to children and dogs
Jennifer, this is a fabulous presentation and you should be very proud of it! There were situations that you thought to present that I never would have thought of! As I have just begun babysitting for my new grandson on a weekly basis, I am very grateful that I viewed this program as it gave me good things to think about and great suggestions for some excellent things I can do to make my babysitting duties both safe and enjoyable for my grandson and my precious pooches!
You used your photos, for example those used to illustrate “a moment matters” and catch phrases such as “one hand vs. two hands”, “monkey see, monkey do” and the “grumble zone” very cleverly and well to make valid and valuable points. You did a great job of addressing “guilt” and offered marvelous suggestions for things to do such as using the photo/stop sign to remind people that the dog is intentionally being separated from the child or children.
All and all this presentation was very well thought-out, very well presented and will be very well received by anyone fortunate enough to view it! It will be my pleasure and an honor to recommend it. My congratulations to you on a job every well done.