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  • #104803

    oh right interesting to hear both sides.

    #104804
    *Lassie*
    Member

    Off topic but what do these qualifications mean?

    BSc. (Hons) Dip. DTIBC

    #104805
    Anonymous
    Guest

    BSc (Hons) is a batchelor of science degree where the person has completed and passed the degree and usually would have had to do a practical or literary dissertation (substantial piece of work) to pass with honours (hons)

    this could have been in ANY subject which is a BSc (there are a very wide range from your basic Chemistry / Biology / Physics to Psychology to Environmental Management)

    it could have been passed at any level (from memory there is 3rd, lower 2nd, upper 2nd, first)

    Dip. is usually diploma and i’m googling the rest – are we talking Lucy ??

    #104806
    Anonymous
    Guest

    well its nowhere on google (unless you’re referring to assaying that is!!)

    guesstimate

    D iploma
    T raining
    I nstitute
    B ehavioural
    C ouncelling

    just as a guess tho !!

    we must be talking Lucy right ?? she’s the only person in the world (well on google) to get this qual lol !!!

    #104807
    Anonymous
    Guest

    or

    D og
    T raining
    I
    B ehavioural
    C ertificate

    perhaps from “telephone / online” learning type place ??  cant think of any other reason google wouldnt have it !

    #104808
    Anonymous
    Guest

    or it could be a military diploma

    #104809
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=piglet link=topic=12145.msg234041#msg234041 date=1217706944]
    BSc (Hons) is a batchelor of science degree where the person has completed and passed the degree and usually would have had to do a practical or literary dissertation (substantial piece of work) to pass with honours (hons)

    this could have been in ANY subject which is a BSc (there are a very wide range from your basic Chemistry / Biology / Physics to Psychology to Environmental Management)

    it could have been passed at any level (from memory there is 3rd, lower 2nd, upper 2nd, first)

    Dip. is usually diploma and i’m googling the rest – are we talking Lucy ??
    [/quote]

    Not mentioning no names but the person with these qualifications is a trainer and behaviourist and her dogs are not very good ambassadors for her trade, she started to train her male dog for obedience and he was a total pain in the arse    ::)

    #104810
    Anonymous
    Guest

    lassie – she’s the only person on the whole of the internet that seems to have one of these erm… qualifications !

    #104811
    *Lassie*
    Member

    [quote author=piglet link=topic=12145.msg234111#msg234111 date=1217752474]
    lassie – she’s the only person on the whole of the internet that seems to have one of these erm… qualifications !
    [/quote]

    That what I thought, tried to find out what they meant but ??? ???
    She teaches puppies at the club I use to go to and helps with aggressive dogs :-X 

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