Mask Policy Update – March 2022

CTA Mask Policy Update
March 2022

In conjunction with Governor Hogan’s Maryland Strong Roadmap to Recovery, and in consultation with the County Health Departments, Canine Training Association has moved to the following Covid policy:
Everyone is allowed in ALL the CTA buildings without masks if they are vaccinated, do not have signs or symptoms of COVID-19, and have not been recently exposed to someone who has COVID-19. 
* However, if the individual instructor requires masks, everyone must wear a mask.
The CTA Board

Obedience Match

Canine Training Association
6826 & 6822 Distribution Drive
Beltsville, MD 20705

Sunday, August 29, 2021
Utility-Open-Novice-Beginner Novice

Sign up: 9 – 11 AM
Run-through start 10 AM

First run $15
Second run $10

Limited crating inside

Questions – email or call 202.437.5821

CTA follows mandated Covid-19 protocols

Notice about classes

Notice about classes

During this period of uncertainty, we are not able to predict which classes will fill and which won’t. 

To help our instructors, there is a 3 student minimum to hold a class.

 If that number isn’t met, we will cancel class and notify you a minimum of a week before the original start date. 

You will be issued a full refund via PayPal at that time. 

Thanks you for your patience and understanding. 

CTA Board

Sequence of Agility Classes

The CTA Sequence of Agility Classes:
One of our most frequently asked questions is “What class do I take next” or “Where do I start?” To reduce confusion, we are streamlining the class names and organizing them into a clear and logical progression.
Building Blocks for Puppies: Focused Minds and Balanced Bodies I – any puppies 3-6 months
Building Blocks for Puppies: Focused Minds and Balanced Bodies II – for graduates of Building Blocks I
Agility Foundation I or Basic Agility I –for any dog over 1-year-old who is beginning agility training
Agility Foundation II or Basic Agility II – for graduates from Foundations or Basic Agility I. Classwork emphasis on weaves.
Pre-Competition Agility (formerly Intermediate) – for graduates of Basic or Foundations class. Students should be familiar with all equipment. Classwork includes sequencing and advanced handling skills.
Competition Agility- for students with proficiency on all equipment including weaves. Classwork includes advanced sequencing and distance handling at speed.
Advanced Competition Agility – for students competing at open level agility. Classwork focusing on Advanced handling on Master’s level courses.