The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour LtdThe ISCP was founded in 2011
a globally approved college, offering distance learning courses that include both theory and practical work to students and graduates in 46 countries.
The International School for Canine Psychology & Behaviour Ltd
The ISCP was founded in 2011 and is a globally approved college, offering distance learning courses that include both theory and practical work to students and graduates in 46 countries. The ISCP has been listed among the top 10 education providers.
Courses range from beginner (certificate) level to professional (diploma) level and a degree equivalent, and the course textbooks are regularly updated to include the latest research. We educate students of canine behaviour in the most up to date methods and place a strong emphasis on force-free, ‘positive’ dog training and rehabilitation, in which each dog is viewed as unique.
As part of our commitment to helping rescue charities and rescue dogs, we offer a 50% discount on the diploma course fee for rescue volunteers and employees, who are invited to share their knowledge and skills with co-workers.
Students are each allocated a personal tutor who guides them through their studies, and have the option of additional study support and emotional and mental health support. Our dynamic Facebook group offers additional support and motivation, as well as opportunities to engage in discussions with members around the world, and we hold regular free webinars on a wide range of subjects for our members.
Optional practical study days are held around the UK, Canada, and Cyprus, where students can work with dogs under supervision.