Guide Dog Training
Core Standards of the Course
Student will participate in personal and leadership development activities through the FFA or another appropriate career and technical student organization.
Student will use communication skills to effectively communicate with others.
Student will effectively use teamwork to respectfully work with others.
Student will use critical thinking and problem-solving skills
Student will be dependable, reliable, steady, trustworthy and consistent in performance and behavior.
Student will be accountable for results.
Be familiar with the legal requirements and expectations of the course.
Student will participate in work-based learning activities through the Supervised Agricultural Experience (SAE) Program.
Student will demonstrate employability skills.
Student will participate in a work-based learning experience outside the classroom
Student will develop a job portfolio specific to their selected work-based learning experience.
Students will understand and use Guide Dog processes and procedures.
Students will be given hands-on opportunity to train dogs.
Students will understand and apply Ethology (science of animal behavior) in dog training.
Student will apply methods of animal husbandry as they care for a dog.
Provide the appropriate environment/management for dog care.
Understand and appropriately adapt to the stages of Dog Development.
Understand the different methods of breeding
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