Pet Professional Guild releases names of first successful scholarship applicants
Four recipients gain access to a top further education opportunity in force-free pet care, training and behavior consulting
WESLEY CHAPEL, Fla. - June 13, 2017 - PRLog -- The Pet Professional Guild (PPG) has announced the names of the first ever candidates to be awarded under its Education Scholarship Program. Launched in January, the program provides a limited number of scholarships for PPG members to further their education in force-free training, behavior consulting and/or pet care offered by organizations that support PPG's Guiding Principles and goals, and are approved educational providers to PPG. This year's recipients, Kate Denman, Denise Bevington, Lisa Edwards and Jennifer Stanley, have been notified of their success and are set to embark on their education in the next six months.
The successful candidates have been awarded as follows: Denman, based in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, will study online with DogNostics eLearning; Bevington, of Levine, Arizona, will study online with The Academy for Dog Trainers; Edwards, based in Launceston, Tasmania, Australia, will study online with Behavior Works; and Stanley, of Greensboro, North Carolina, will study part online and part in situ with the Karen Pryor Academy for Animal Training and Behavior in Durham, North Carolina.