Regulating the industry is still a practitioner-
The RCDTBP is a not-
The RCDTBP works on positivity, founded in 2010 to hold the registers of Signatories to the Code, in moving forward has incorporated a structured profiling system to identify all individuals for what they ‘put in’ to the industry. Together with a public feedback facility on services received, it aims to help ensure every practitioner meets, and continually develops to meet, the professional demands of the industry.
RCDTBP Update November 2023
The Registration Council has the responsibility to manage and hold the official register of Signatories to the CAWC Code of Practice
in regard to dogs. In doing so, it aims to unite all practitioners, service and course providers, related membership organisations
and charities; promote all efforts to advance animal welfare, and increase individual understanding of training, behaviour
and the canine-
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The Council was founded to hold and manage the official register of SIGNATORIES to nationally agreed CAWC Code of Practice. It aims to ensure that all Practitioners and Providers work as part of a united professional network to that end, and that each gives accurate information, advertise and deliver their services appropriately to the standards set by the Code.
All listed Signatories have voluntarily signed-
… If you have contacted and or used the services of a listed Signatory (Individual Practitioner, Service or Course Provider) whether satisfied or not so, we ask that you take a few minutes to provide some FEEDBACK in confidence for quality assurance purposes.
... If you have not yet used the services of a listed Signatory and are looking for general or specialised training services, and or help with your dog’s behaviour, please go to our Services page for more information.
Your feedback is important -
If you are happy or very happy, your comments will assure us of your satisfaction. If you are a little dissatisfied with the service received or part of it, your comments could help us give further guidance to the practitioner(s) / provider(s) concerned, in line with the standards set by the Code, to help improve the future experience for others.
Should you wish to make a serious complaint however against a listed Signatory which contravenes the standards set by the Code, please contact us. Please also see our Regulations area for further information on the grievance procedure involved.