NEW BEGINNERS CLASSES (For those currently in beginners and wanting to continue in classes, speak to your trainer about booking and payment)
Weekly classes in St Just on Saturdays (with a short break in December / January)
Agility is both mentally and physically stimulating for dogs and humans. It is great fun, and once you have mastered the pieces of equipment, joining them all up in a course provides new challenges. Then we work on handling techniques to get the fastest and most accurate rounds - there is always something new to learn which is why it is so much fun.
If you are new to Agility then you can start with our Beginner Agility. New joiners need to be 12 months or older. You book 6 weeks in advance at £8 per week. Once you have completed your first 6 weeks and you want to continue, you pay 5 weeks in advance (£40).
The class is held outdoors so please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. Full details of what to bring with you will be supplied in your confirmation email once you have booked.
HOW TO BOOK
- NEW BEGINNERS ONLY
Choose your 6 weeks on the calendar above by clicking on the available dates. Ideally you choose 6 weeks in a row, but if you are away for a week then just miss that one out and pick the next week.
In the drop down box click the time you will be attending.
Click on BOOK NOW and follow the on screen instructions for payment.
Cost is £48 for 6 x 55 minute sessions. Please see terms and conditions for further information.
IF THIS PAGE SAYS REQUEST CALLBACK - THAT MEANS THE CLASS IS CURRENTLY FULL, BUT WE MAY HAVE SPACES COMING UP VERY SOON, SO PLEASE DO GET IN TOUCH AND WE WILL SEE WHEN WE CAN FIT YOU IN.
Summary of classes
Beginner - We gradually introduce your dog to all the equipment, helping you to train your dog to achieve their best along with confidence work, handling and focus exercises. Dogs need to be 1 year old to join. Once your dog knows all the pieces of equipment well, and can run a short jumping course, it is time to move on up.
Improvers - Building on the skills learnt in the Beginner class, for handlers the individual pieces of equipment are put together into small courses and we start looking at handling skills - that means it is over you to as the handler! We keep it fun, we work at improving individual equipment skills and build from small exercises into a larger course. The handler builds more skills including independence, distance work, obstacle discrimination and proofing.
Advanced - those who want to compete with their dogs. Ideal for those who want more of a challenge, we work on individual equipment, advanced handling skills, course walking and problem solving.