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Jane Robinson, BA (Hons), Adv. Dip CBM (distinction) is a member of the APDT (MAPDT 01194) (Association of Pet Dog Trainers) which means that both her theoretical knowledge and practical teaching skills have been assessed and passed by APDT assessors. Jane is a member of the APDT’s executive committee and is one of the team of Instructor Assessors who assess candidates applying for membership to the Association.  She is also a member of the Pet Professional Guild. She holds an Advanced Diploma in Canine Behaviour Management (passed with distinction) and is a registered practitioner with the ABTC (Animal Behaviour and Training Council). Jane has also completed Lincoln University’s highly respected ‘Life Skills for Puppies’ course.

These are exciting times as the science of dog training, learning theory and behaviour constantly evolves. Because of this, Jane Robinson regularly attends seminars, conferences and workshops led by respected industry professionals from all over the world. She can therefore ensure that she offers and passes on to clients, the best and most current information on dog training and behaviour.

Jane Robinson is a registered member of the 'Be A Tree' program.  The 'Be A Tree' program is a dog bite prevention seminar program for children of school age. This program focuses on fun and interactive activities to teach children how to read dog body language and how to act safely around their own dog and strange dogs. The 'Be a Tree' program is a leader in dog bite prevention programming. More than half a million children have experienced the program, which has the support of veterinary medical associations and veterinary technician/technologist associations. 

Additionally, Jane is a registered instructor with Dog A.I.D. (Assistance in Disability). Dog A.I.D. is a registered charity that helps people with physical disabilities train their own pet dogs up to assistance level. For further information go to: