Dates and details for these workshops coming soon:
Title to be decided
Dr Anne McBride will expand the very popular talk she did for HBCAW 2016 into a day event. The talk was titled 'Positive Punishment and our pets: why do we still do it?'
Led by Dr Anne McBride
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. AVAILABLE NOW AT https://hbca-online-learning.thinkific.com/courses/making-change-happen
Wednesday 1st November 2017
An Introduction to Motivational Interviewing
Kindly hosted by the University of Bristol, UK
Led by Alison Bard
March 4th 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
Wednesday 17th May 2017 Exploring Key HBC Frameworks and Principles
Kindly hosted by The Brooke, London, UK. Led by Jo White
Saturday July 8th 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
There will be a series of more focused workshops in the UK throughout 2017 and onwards; possibly in other countries through collaborations. We are partnering with Asia For Animals (AFA) - in 2017 their conference will have the theme of Human Behaviour Change for Animal Welfare and Suzanne is a key member of the organising committee. This will bring HBCAW to a different region of the world in 2017 and then possibly to the USA in 2019.
We will update the mailing list as dates are finalised and post here in due course.
An Introduction to Monitoring And Evaluation. Sponsored by The Horse Trust, this course explores how impact can be assessed for projects that are changing knowledge, attitudes, planned and actual behaviours of people. Coming December 2017.
Participatory Approaches for Veterinary Outreach. Sponsored by WSAVA, this course provides an introduction to participatory approaches for veterinary outreach. Pilot taking place September and October 2017 for public release January 2018.