Eddie是犬隻行為顧問及訓犬師，是香港的犬隻行為專家，使用及教導正向訓練(Positive Training)。Eddie考獲取國際認可Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers®認證專業訓犬師CPDT-KA®（中港台三人考獲此資格之一），同時是美國Professional Member of Association of Pet Dog Trainers寵物犬訓練師協會APDT專業級會員。
Eddie多年來除了服務繁殖品種犬隻的家庭，亦幫助領養狗狗的家庭提供行為咨詢及相關的訓練。Eddie致力推動教育科學化及有理據的犬隻行為知識，提倡不強迫、正向訓練方法。不強迫及正向訓練就是合乎人道的方法(humane way)。Eddie不談論強勢/領袖、不用責罵或威嚇、不拉扯狗狗。不會採用P-鏈/P-帶(Choke Chain/Check Collar)，釘帶/狼牙圈/狗牙環(Pinch/Prong Collar)，電/震帶(Shock/E-Collar) ﹣ 註：聽覺問題的狗會使用特制震動提示器(Vibration only collar)。
Certified Professional Dog Trainer® (CPDT-KA®) of Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers®
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Dog Training and Behavior Certifications and Certificates: What’s the Difference?
We are often asked by the membership why certain “certifications” are not included in the criteria for APDT Professional Membership. The reason involves an explanation of the difference between a certificate program and a certification.
Certificate Programs are educational programs designed to teach you a certain set of skills or knowledge. Upon graduating from the program, you receive a certificate, which is also often known as a certification. Examples of certificate programs include the Karen Pryor Academy, Animal Behavior College, San Francisco SPCA, and more. The main focus of a certificate program is education and the educational process begins and ends with the program (from enrollment through graduation.)
A Certification has a different focus – that of assessing skills and/or knowledge. Certifications are run by organizations that are independent of the actual educational process and their sole goal is determining if you meet a set of criteria demonstrating the attainment of a level of skill/knowledge. A certification is designed to show that you have met a set of standard skills/knowledge in your profession. In order to maintain a certification, further education from independent organizations is required, usually in the form of Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Examples of certifications are the CPDT-KA (Certification Council for Professional Dog Trainers) and the CDBC (International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants).