FREE WEBINAR + Q&A

THE JOURNEY TO BECOMING A CANINE THERAPIST
SATURDAY 27TH APRIL 10AM

Everything you've ever wanted to know about becoming a canine therapist

Webinar Overview

TThese are just some of the topics covered in the webinar

Is Canine Therapy the right career for you?

Before committing to a career as a Canine Therapist it's important to evaluate if this career is right for you. In the webinar we share with you how to evaluate if it is.

What is the study load required for the course?

Before signing up for one of the Canine Therapy courses it's important to know how much time it is going to take realistically to become certified.

How can I launch a Canine Therapy business once I am qualified?

The majority of Michelle's students go on to have their own successful Canine Therapy business and she will share with you how you can too.

How do I choose the right course for me?

Not all courses are the same and it's important you know what is included and what to look for in a course as well as how to determine which one is right for you

What career opportunities are available once I am qualified?

During the webinar Michelle will go through the different opportunities available to you after you become certified and share some examples

What should I avoid to ensure I am a successful Canine Therapist?

During the webinar Michelle will share three common mistakes to avoid when starting you own Canine Therapy business

What is it really like to work as a Canine Therapist?

During the webinar Michelle will share what it's like to work as a Canine Therapist on a day to day basis

What makes a great Canine Therapist?

There's a difference between having a piece of paper and being able to apply it to real situations and Michelle will go through with you what will make you an excellent Canine Therapist

How can I make sure I am a successful therapist long term?

Michelle will share with you on the webinar the best strategy to ensure the longevity of your canine therapy business

Q & A Time with Michelle

As part of the webinar, you will have the opportunity to ask Michelle any question you still have that hasn't been answered yet. Michelle has been running a successful Canine therapy business for many years and has taken hundreds of students through Canine Therapy courses. Take this opportunity to ask questions specific to your situation. No question is too small so don't hesitate to put your hand up and ask.

REGISTER FOR THE FREE COURSE INFORMATION WEBINAR HERE

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HAVE THEM ANSWERED
10AM AEDT
SATURDAY 27TH APRIL

** As a bonus for signing up for the webinar you'll also receive a copy of this Step by Step Guide on How to Launch a Successful Canine Therapy Business **

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Student Testimonials

Here's what some of our previous students have said about the Canine Therapy Courses

  • Emilie Circle (1)

    "I had no prior skills in this industry and this course gave me the skills as well as the confidence to take hydrotherapy sessions on a clinic. Best career move I ever made"

    Emilie - Canine Hydrotherapist

  • Shirlene Clark Canine Health Academy graduate in Canine Remedial Massage

    "Since qualifying, I have successfully added Canine Remedial Massage therapy to my existing business. I work from home but also provide in clinic visits for the local vet who now refers patients to me."

    Shirlene - Owner of Paws to Consider

Certificate Program In Canine Remedial Massage
About Your Host MICHELLE MONK

Michelle Monk is the founder of Canine Health & Wellbeing Academy and of Dogs in Motion.

 

She is a qualified Canine Physiotherapist with over fifteen years experience running a successful Canine Rehabilitation Centre.

 

As one of Australia's leading experts in Canine Rehabilitation Michelle is passionate about caring for dogs and also loves empowering others to join this ever-expanding and hugely rewarding industry. 

Places you may have seen or read of Michelle:
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