Enrollment Begins 10am Pacific on: July 1st, 2022 

and Ends: July 15th, 2022 @ Midnight

Make Every Run Count!

Learn How to Handle and Train Common Jackpot Skills.

Do you look at the Jackpot course and have no idea how to handle it?


Do you feel lost and not sure how to train or handle distance challenges?


Are you tired of rolling the dice when you enter Jackpot hoping you get lucky?


Are you frustrated with your lack of qualifying runs in Jackpot?

Every course is a winner when you know how to play!


This 6 lesson class, is designed to improve your partnership to give you the confidence and skills you need to succeed! 


Each lesson will be a jackpot sequence and where you learn how to strategize, handle, and train for the skills needed to successfully complete the course.
Various training and handling techniques will be discussed for different handler and dog experience levels.

Guest Star, my nephew Luke, will be seen running my dogs throughout the courses.

This class will be great fun and very informative!

Who Should Participate?

Any team that can do tunnels, jumps, and weaves. Please realize that the lines in this course will be for more advanced teams but can always moved closer. Skills will also be broken down for a variety of handler and dog experience levels.

Why Take This Class?

Learn how to look at jackpot course maps and look at dog's lines
Develop more distance and confidence while running courses
Learn how to cue your dog at a distance
Learn new handling and training techniques

Advantages of the Online Class

✔️ Convenience of online learning
✔️ More time to learn the material than the traditional in person class format
✔️ Work at your own pace in the convenience of your home
✔️ Access to the material for at least 1 yr.

What's Included?


Discussion Threads
There will be discussion threads to ask questions.


Video Review
Working students can submit up to 3 minutes of video per lesson for instructional review. Voiceover video review is done by screen-casting for a more personalized experience. Screen-casting is audio-visual feedback (the next best thing to a 1:1 conversation)


Start Date
Class will begin right after you enroll. This class is always open so some students will be ahead of you and some will be behind you.

Format
Each class is broken into lessons, with one or more lectures within each lesson.


Timelines
The class is open for video submission, questions, review and comments for 90 days allowing you plenty of time to work through the material, take and edit video and formulate your questions as well as allow the instructor time to review and give feedback.
- access to material lasts for 1 yr. 


The school reserves the right to modify, update or remove this class at any time.

Curriculum:

Lesson 1 – Switch and lateral distance
Lesson 2 – Switch Out Tunnel and Drive Around Tunnel
Lesson 3 – Turn Off Tunnel, Wrap and Drive Away from You
Lesson 4 – Switching or Out, Turn Off Tunnel
Lesson 5 – 2019 CPE Nationals Jackpot
Lesson 6 – 2010 CPE Nationals Jackpot


*Each lesson will be a different Jackpot sequence. Sequences will either be 45C or CPE National event.

What Level are the Sequences?

Jackpot sequences are 45C or CPE Nationals Event Jackpots. Any team that can do tunnels, jumps, and weaves can enroll but realize that the lines will be for more advanced teams.
Suggested Pre-requisite -
Lectures on cues, rewarding and training
Primary skill for sequencing
Required Equipment –
Up to 4 jumps, 2 tunnels, and 12 weaves
Minimum space needed is 40 x 50 ft. Maximum space needed is 40 x 80 ft (this sequence can be broken up if space is a constraint).
Training Methods - A variety of positive training methods can be used to achieve the correct behavior. The use of Targeting, Luring and Rewarding with toys and treats will be used. These methods will be discussed and broken down in the video tutorials, in the forum and through video review.

Disclaimer: Some information in this class may overlap or appear in other classes due to the foundation needed for many behaviors, tricks and fitness exercises. In addition, there are overlapping skills needed for many different performance activities so you may see exercises that are the same but packaged up differently toward a slightly different goal.

Lisa Schmit, PhD, CCFT, CPMP

Certified Canine Fitness Trainer

Certified Pet Massage Practitioner

Bobbie Lyons K9FITteam Member


Lisa is the owner of In The Zone Agility LLC and is one of the most accomplished handlers in NADAC. Her consistent, clear positive approach to dog training is evidence with her continual success with multiple dogs! She offers agility, conditioning and massage seminars across the continent and puts on about 12 NADAC trails a year.

Lisa has come home from the NADAC Championships with 10 trophies with 5 different dogs. She has finished in Overall Top 3 at NADAC Champs 22 times with 9 different dogs including her Brittany and Aussie. Tandem, JP7 and Revolution earned the coveted Purple MODSQUAD award--Master of Distance and Speed which requires high level distance handling and speed. Less than 25 dogs in the world have this award and Lisa has three of them. JP7 and Tandem earned the Distance Cup Award. Nine of her dogs have over 175 NATCHES, over 45 Speed Stars. Eight of her dogs have almost 200 Bonus Runs (requires big distance skills). Her dogs are consistently in the Top 10 every year and in most categories in the NADAC Hall of Fame.

To learn more about Lisa visit: www.inthezoneagility.com

Choose a Pricing Option

[ Space is Limited to 15 Workers ]

Get started as an AUDITOR for only

$129

One-time fee, USD


  • Ask questions in the discussion threads
  • View video feedback recordings in the working students threads

Questions about the course?

Email the instructor Lisa Schmit at
[email protected]