Science Simplified: Learning Theory

Course Overview

Have you ever wondered how your pet learns behaviours?  From dogs, to horses, to cats and kittens all our pets learn through the same ways, in that sense every brain is the same. From Pavlov’s dogs to the application of rewards in training, this Science Simplified course will take you through the topic of learning theory.

Through the course, you will learn how animals learn behaviours, how all training is science and how learning theory underpins almost all the science related to training.

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£60.00

Course Modules

    • Associative Learning
    • Classical conditioning
    • Operant conditioning
    • Higher order conditioning

Course Details

This course is an instant access course. Click the “Enrol Now” button and you will be taken to the checkout to process your payment.

Once you have completed the checkout, you will be sent your order confirmation and portal login details shortly after. If you have any questions or queries, please email [email protected].

There are no entry requirements for this course. The course is for anyone, owner or professional, who is looking to better their practice and expand their knowledge.  
We recommend you have experience with horses before taking this course, and would like to highlight that course involves technical language so being comfortable with written and spoken English will benefit your experience. 

This course is an informational course aimed at Owners to further knowledge and skills. Therefore, course is not accredited and does not provide certification.

This is a self study e-learning course, hosted on our bespoke learning platform. Once you sign up you will receive a login and access to the course, from there the lessons will be released weekly, allowing you to pace your learning however suits you best.

You will also gain access to the NAC Community App where all our students, past and present are able to discuss and debate course topics and ask the expert tutors questions. Whilst there is no direct contact with tutors for this course, they are active in the NAC Community and The NAC Team is also contactable through the Student Support box.