EquiCanine is pleased to be hosting a 2 hour Course Design webinar with International Agility judge and competitor Jan Egil Eide from Norway.
In the 2 hour webinar Jan Egil Eide will be focusing on course design to inspire judges and agility trainers to create challenging and safe agility courses for dogs, competitors, trainers and students of agility.
Can’t make the date or time (7pm - 9pm Eastern Standard Time - Australia) - Not a problem as the recording will be available in the PRIVATE Facebook afterwards.
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Jan Egil Eide is a professional trainer, a highly sought after teacher, coach, educator and international judge who travels far and wide to many countries including Australia, Singapore, Sweden, Spain, Austria, Luxembourg and within Norway to teach and judge dog agility.
Jan’s agility career spans 26 years in which time Jan and Malinois Cirkus successfully competed in many events across the northern hemisphere. Together they won silver as the Runner-Up World Champions at the 2008 World Championships and were the proud winners of the gold medal at the European Open in 2010.
Jan enjoys an active role within the agility community contributing in a multitude of ways by teaching workshops and seminars, judging, course design, organising competitions and competing and is a vibrant and energetic member of the Agility committee in the Norwegian Kennel Club.
As an International judge since 2001, Jan’s passion for judging is fuelled by his desire to design creative open flowing courses with the priority being that the courses are safe for the dog and handler and are enjoyable and challenging for teams to run.
Jan appointed to judge at the Agility World Championships to be held in Estonia in September 2020 which have now been moved to September 2021.
EquiCanine welcomes Jan back to Queensland, Australia to teach and challenge interested and keen Queenslanders how to handle and run agility courses ‘European’ style.
Read an interview with Jan: https://www.agilitynow.eu/jan-egil-eide-it-was-a-good-start-of-this-day/