Who are these courses certified through and how many Continuing Education (CE) units can I earn?

All courses produced by the Low Stress Handling University have been certified by RACE, IAABC, CCPDT, and CBCC. Curriculums such as the Low Stress Handling Silver Certification program (20 CE units) are just compilations of the below courses and a student does not earn additional credits by taking a curriculum versus an individual course. Curriculum CE units are an earned total number of credits based on the number of CE credits for each course/module within a Curriculum. For example, the Low Stress Handling Silver Certification program is a compilation of the first 10 courses in the list below (Recognizing Brewing Fear through Canine Lab 4) and derives its 20 CE units from the number of credits that are applicable to each of those 10 courses.

  • Recognizing Brewing Fear and Aggression in Dogs and Cats (2 CE units)
  • Rapid Reversal of Fear and Aggression in Dogs and Cats (2 CE units)
  • Low Stress Handling® and Restraint of Difficult Dogs and Cats (2 CE units)
  • What Giraffes, Dogs, and Chickens Have in Common: Training Techniques the Work for All Creatures (2 CE units)
  • Feline Lab: Towel Wrap Techniques for Handling Cats with Skill and Ease (1.5 CE units)
  • Kitty Kindergarten: Creating the New Improved Cat Through Early Socialization (2 CE units)
  • Canine Lab 1: Essential Exercises for Moving Dogs from Place to Place (2 CE units)
  • Canine Lab 2: Handling and Restraining Medium-sized and Large Dogs with Skill and Ease (1 CE units)
  • Canine Lab 3: Handling and Restraining Small and Medium-sized Dogs with Skill and Ease (2.5 CE units)
  • Canine Lab 4: Desensitization and Counterconditioning: Teaching Dogs to Willingly Accept Medical Procedures (3 CE units)
  • Creating the Perfect Puppy in 7 Days: How to Start Off Right and Stay on Track (2 CE units)
  • From Missle Guiding Pigeons to Spy Dogs: How to Use Applied Behavior Analysis to Drive Huge Improvements in Your Training (2 CE units)
  • Skills for Handling your Reactive or Hyperactive Dog – Part 1: Essential Exercises (2 CE units)
  • Skills for Handling your Reactive or Hyperactive Dog – Part 2: The Next Steps for a Pleasant Walk (2 CE units)