Let me help you learn to become an IAABC-certified parrot behavior consultant. Or, if membership in IAABC is not your goal, to become an independent consultant who offers state-of-the-art behavior services. I have decades of successful experience to share with you. Here are some of the things you will learn:
Learn science-based behavior consulting practices that resolve problems 99% of the time. I have developed a fairly foolproof method for conducting behavior consultations that results in my personal goal: HAPPY CLIENT EVERY TIME.
If certification with the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants Parrot Division is your goal, I am able also to prepare you for that challenge by making sure you understand critical principles and strategies, as well as having enough experience behind you. I can help you to get the experience that you need.
This is necessary knowledge for a parrot behavior consultant for many reasons. You will learn some of the things that go wrong with hand-fed parrots and how to help correct these deficits in your clients' parrots..
More and more people are living with flighted parrots and this creates new challenges, including flighted attacks on the people they live with. Learn how to work with these more complicated cases. Learn also how to tell if a previously-clipped parrot is a candidate for flight and how to train this.
It has until now been difficult for those who want to become parrot behavior consultants to gain the experience they need. I have developed a learn-as-you-go formula for helping new consultants (or those who might want to refresh or further their knowledge) that is affordable and effective. We use actual cases to develop your knowedge. Please send me a message using the form below to let me know of your interest. We can then discuss how the program might benefit you and then schedule an interview.
Applicants are chosen based upon many attributes, including but not limited to: ethics, integrity, a sense of responsiblity, compassion, communication skills, professionalism, handling experience with a variety of species, knowledge of applied behavior analysis, and experience training animals.