Boost your visibility and get more people started with BAT 3.0!

Professional trainers and dog care givers the world over have lots of questions about BAT. How does it work? Is it ethical? Do I need a lot of fancy equipment to run a session? How do I run BAT Set up? And many many more.

Teaching intro to BAT 3.0 helps share how BAT can make the world a better place for dogs and humans alike, plus it provides an income stream for you and connects you with more clients.

  • CBATI-KSAs who attend this session have the understanding and authorization to teach an Intro to BAT 3.0 webinar online or in person.

  • In this informative session, Grisha will walk you through the finer points of teaching Introduction to BAT 3.0 to dog professionals and families with dogs.

  • This course is where you'll get the presentation file for Intro to BAT 3.0.

  • Only full CBATI-KSAs can teach Intro to BAT 3.0 online, so if you certified as a CBATI, be sure to complete your full transition process (viewing continuing education and signing the code of conduct).

Only Full CBATI-KSAs can teach Intro to BAT 3.0!

Improve your presentation skills and learn the nuances of explaining BAT.

  • 2 Hour Session

    Please watch Intro to BAT 3.0 as I've taught it, first. The seminar you teach will be a little different, but it's very similar.

    CCPDT CEUs and IAABC CEUs pending

  • Not for your clients!

    This is just for CBATI-KSAs to understand the full nuance of 3.0 and how to explain it. You'll also get the customizable PowerPoint presentation in this course player.

  • Bring your videos & leash belay kit

    This will be somewhat interactive, taught in a meeting format, so please bring one short BAT video (1-2 minutes) to share so we can practice how you would present those to students. Bring your leash belay set-up if you have any questions. No kit? We sell the hardware now in the shop.


Certified Professional Dog Trainer, Author

Grisha Stewart MA, CPDT-KA, KPACTP

I'm a collaborative dog trainer, author, podcaster, international presenter, and keynote speaker based in Oregon, USA. I enjoy developing empowering approaches to dog socialization and everyday manners.

I'm fascinated by animal behavior, somatic awareness, and psychology. I'm passionate about wholehearted living for all beings, including dogs with a history of aggression, frustration, or fear as well as puppies and my other favorite species: humans.

My Behavior Adjustment Training technique (BAT 2.0 and the new BAT 3.0) is used worldwide to help dogs gain confidence and social skills. A conservative calculation is that well over 200,000 people have learned about BAT so far.

I have always loved teaching. I earned a Master's in mathematics and taught college courses, but I found my true calling in dog training. I have been teaching dog training and behavior since 2003. In 2010, I started traveling worldwide to teach dog trainers about BAT. In 2014 I developed BAT 2.0 and also started my online dog training and behavior school, which now has over 100 classes from my favorite emotionally intelligent dog experts. My new podcast, The Lesson is Love launches in 2023.

As an outgoing introvert, I enjoy traveling to cooperative conferences and love teaching about dogs online. I refresh my batteries by savoring life in the woods with my husband (Tom), Labrador (Joey), cat (Garbanzo aka "Adventure Kitty" and "Baby Panther"), and Little Brown Dog (Zuki).