High Expectations K9 Solutions Australia's Workshop Sold Out

January 10, 2016

February workshop a complete sell out

K9 Solutions Australia moves forward at great speed.

K9 Solutions Australia's second workshop to be held on 29 February has been exclusively booked out by the Queensland Police Service. Members of the Queensland Police Service in attendance at the inaugural K9 Solutions Australia's first workshop held in November of last year must have been impressed with what they saw. Director of K9 Solutions Australia Ben Geurts said "We are very happy with the reaction the first workshop generated....we were quietly confident our training methods would strike a chord with members of the industry, but to see it happen is extremely pleasing."

Whilst the rapid rise of the new company within the working dog training space has surprised some, it was not entirely unexpected according to Ben, "We know what we are doing. Many years of studying, implementing and conducting a range of different training methods, on countless canines, gives you great insight on determining what does and does not work. The question was if those in the industry would be receptive to what we had to offer? Thankfully the answer to that is that they are."

"There will definitely be more workshops in the future, so people should keep an eye out for announcements on our website. Going off the numbers that expressed interest in attending the February workshop, it won't be long before we announce another one", commented Ben, "I think you would agree it is a nice problem to have".

Director and Trainer Ben Geurts addresses participants of the inaugural K9 Solutions Australia's November workshop held at the Ipswich Knights Football Club, Booval.

K9 Solutions Australia specialises in providing canine tactical training services to military, law enforcement and security related organisations. They offer specialised training packages and also customise courses to suit the specific requirements of any organisation.

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