Now that we’re into 2017, that means that the deadline to apply for our spring semester is just around the corner. New student applications are due by Feb. 13, and classes start Feb. 27. We have a variety of dog training programs that would suit your interests and help you move forward in pursuit of a rewarding career as a dog trainer.
Is money an obstacle for you becoming a dog trainer? We do offer several financing options to help you in the long run. If you are a veteran, you will probably be able to qualify through the GI Bill or other veteran programs. We recommend contacting Veteran Affairs for further information and to receive a Certificate of Eligibility. If you are not a veteran, the Tuition Financing Corporation is one of the nation’s top institutions for tuition financing. Our office can help walk you through the financial aid process and work through any questions that you may have.
While Dog Trainer College is located in Indiana, our school is open to international students as well. If you are in a large group or coming to Dog Trainer College alone, we have lodging options available so that you can stay comfortably with us during the semester. International students can also arrive a few days early, as well, to have a few days to acclimate and recover from jet lag. We can also provide multiple courses for students planning on staying for extended periods of time, and can issue letters of invitation once your spot has been confirmed if required. We can even provide transportation from the Indianapolis airport. However, if you are bringing your own dog with you, you will need to check with customs and your airline for documentation requirements.
Are you interested in becoming a dog trainer and making a career switch? Get your application in soon and join us for any of our comprehensive dog trainer courses. Questions? Call us today at 812-650-2394 or send Dog Trainer College an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.