​ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE
An introduction to monitoring and evaluation 
Sponsored by The Horse Trust, this course explores how impact can be assessed for projects aimed at changing knowledge, attitudes, planned and actual behaviour. This will be online in March.


ONLINE MENTORED COURSE – OPENS FOR REGISTRATION IN MARCH 

Introduction to involving people in human behaviour change

This online course contains live and interactive elements providing an elite opportunity to be one of only 20 participants. Will start in April with registration open in March. To express your interest email us on info@hbcforanimals.com.

APRIL 

HBCA's SUMMER ACTIVITY  

Programme under development 
Details coming soon. 


​​ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE 
Session 3 goes live: strategic planning

with Harry Eckman

Details coming soon.

JUNE

EVENTS TO BE SCHEDULED  

Webinar with Dr Anne McBride

Live workshop with Debbie Busby

Repeat workshop of 'Involve me and I understand'

Repeat workshop of 'Habits'

And more.....


MORE EVENTS THROUGHOUT 2019 TO BE ANNOUNCED SOON

28th-29th September, LIVE WORKSHOP WEEKEND, MANCHESTER, UK 
28th September – Communication for HBC with Georgina Ash


29th September – The inspirational voice with Anna Baatz

Effective communication is essential in delivering change. You can book both workshops together to make a weekend of it, or each one separately. Details coming soon. 

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​February 2019 'Involve me and I understand' – developing participatory exercises with Suzanne Rogers, Battersea, UK


October 2018HBCA: from principles to practice Workshop event, Exeter UK. 


​​September 2018 Companion Animal Conference 2018 Theme Human Behaviour Change Partner event with the New Zealand Companion Animal Council.


December 2017Asia For Animals Conference: Theme Changing Human Behaviour Partner event with Asia For Animals  


​November 2017 An introduction to motivational interviewing Kindly hosted by the University of Bristol, UK, Led by Alison Bard


July 2017 Lessons from counselling: applying key principles of counselling to our HBC-minded work with clients Kindly hosted by The Dogs Trust, Manchester, UK

Led by Debbie Busby

May 2017 Exploring key HBC frameworks and principles Kindly hosted by The Brooke, London, UK. Led by Jo White


March 2017 Understanding HBC and communication skills Kindly hosted by The Horse Trust, Bucks. This course was led by Ben Hart, Catherine Bell and Suzanne Rogers
An online version of this course is available here https://hbca-online-learning.thinkific.com/courses/making-change-happen

For the links to all the talks at First International Conference on Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare - click here.


There will be a series of focused workshops in the UK throughout 2019 and beyond; possibly in other countries through collaborations. In 2017 we partnered with Asia For Animals (AFA) - their December 2017 conference had the theme of 'Changing Human Behaviour' and Suzanne was a key member of the organising committee and both Jo and Suzanne were speakers. In 2018 we ran a workshop based event in Exeter, UK. We will update the mailing list as dates are finalised and post here in due course. 

AUGUST

18th-19th May, LIVE WORKSHOP WEEKEND, UK


18th MayApplying key principles of psychology to human behaviour change with Jo White and Suzanne Rogers  

As they are launched our self study online courses will be listed here. 


Available to purchase now:


Making change happen: human behaviour change skills for vets, behaviourists and trainers. Based on the in-person course run  by Ben Hart, Suzanne Rogers and Catherine Bell this course, sponsored by The Horse Trust, explores the interpersonal skills element of facilitating change in our clients. Only £65 for around 10 study hours.

AVAILABLE NOW  AT https://hbca-online-learning.thinkific.com/courses/making-change-happen

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DECEMBER

Date tbc, LIVE WORKSHOP

Motivational interviewing as a tool for behaviour change 

Details coming soon.


Date tbc, ​​LIVE WORKSHOP, SURREY, UK 
'Involve me and I understand' – developing participatory exercises with Suzanne Rogers
  This one-day workshop explores some of the tools and exercises we can use in meetings, community outreach work, educational workshops and other contexts. Booking opening soon.

MAY 

HBCA's WINTER ROUND-UP 

Case studies: HBC from principles to practice with the HBCA team

Details coming soon.


OCTOBER

Online courses


20th March, LIVE WORKSHOP, WOOD GREEN, UK 
Habits: creating good ones, breaking bad ones as a sustainable answer to animal welfare problems with Jo White

Through a mixture of theory and practical exercises we will explore the relevance of habits to those working to improve the well being of all animals, including the human animal.

Click here for details and to book.

ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE
Applying the innovation adoption life cycle model to animal welfare with Melissa Palomo
Details coming soon. 

ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE 
Session 2 goes live: strategic planning with Harry Eckman

 Details coming soon.
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ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE
Why your organisation needs a strategic plan and a simple, practical, step-by-step guide on how to create one with Harry Eckman
Three part course launches with session 1. Details coming soon.

OCTOBER



SEPTEMBER

ONLINE WEBINAR
Communication for HBC with Georgina Ash

Details coming soon.


30th April, LIVE WORKSHOP, SUSSEX, UK

Helping communities to change behaviour through messaging and social support  with Cats Protection This workshop explores two key elements of behaviour change that can help in engaging with your audience and supporting communities through change - values modes and social support. 

Click here for details and to book.

JULY

ONLINE MENTORED COURSE – OPENS FOR REGISTRATION IN APRIL 
Introduction to involving people in human behaviour change
This online course contains live and interactive elements providing an elite opportunity to be one of only 20 participants. Will start in April with registration open in March. To express your interest email us on info@hbcforanimals.com.

MARCH

JUNE 

This list of events and remote learning opportunities will be updated regularly and more listings will be added. 

 

Past events 

19th May –Speaking to Spock or communicating with Captain Kirk? How Star Trek and behaviour change models can help us improve animal welfare with Tamzin Furtado 


An understanding of psychology is core to effectively utilising models of behaviour change. You can book both workshops together to make a weekend of it, or each one separately. Details coming soon. 

Courses, conferences and events current events

ONLINE SELF STUDY COURSE
Everything you need to know about online focus groups with Zoe Belshaw

Launches in October. Details coming soon. 
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2019 Calendar

NOVEMBER