Discover new ways to sharpen your skills or explore new areas of animal welfare in Animal Sheltering's Trainings calendar. Check out featured events, search upcoming trainings or simply scan the archives for webinars. All calendar listings are trainings specifically designed for shelter and rescue professionals and volunteers.
You can transform your knowledge of Trap-Neuter-Return from zero to hero at your own pace and in your own home! This course is geared towards caregivers and folks new to the world of humane cat management.
Equine and Large Animal Cruelty Investigations
This day-long training covers illegal equine and large animal abuse and neglect, relevant Ohio laws, breed considerations and basic husbandry, investigative techniques and prosecutions. Trainers are current or former law enforcement and leading experts in the field of animal cruelty investigations.
Make a difference, advance your career, and save lives. In this nine-week online training program you will learn the scope of the problem of missing pets, the societal impacts, and how you can help. You will learn to identify and reduce barriers to owner reclaims both in shelters and in the community. You will learn the (often surprising) missing pet, owner, and finder behavior, and how to manage these behaviors for success. Finally, you will learn effective search techniques, myths, scams, and bad advice to be avoided to help you in assisting owners.
The Colorado Animal Welfare Conference unites professionals who promote the humane treatment of animals; sharing best practices, challenges, and successes in an environment of learning and teamwork. 2019 brings a Focus Day on Canine Behavior, then two days filled with general sessions as well as four educational tracks: Field, Leadership, Shelter Medicine and Shelter Operations. Join us in Westminster, Colorado, September 25th, 26th and 27th! Find additional details as well as register at: https://coawc.org/
The Association of Shelter Veterinarians Guidelines for Standards of Care in Animal Shelters, a voluntary set of guidelines designed to promote the highest standards of welfare in animal shelters, has a lofty goal: to eliminate the suffering and needless death of homeless pets waiting for homes. In this session, we'll discuss how Humane Society Silicon Valley tackled over five hundred guidelines and significantly increased our life-saving capacity... and how you can, too!!!
Designed specifically for veterinarians (from new grads to Medical Directors and shelter med experts) this course zeroes in on the unique leadership challenges that veterinarians face as they supervise staff, often report to a non-vet CEO, and juggle their medical and management responsibilities.
Presented by Anne Reed