At present, the ISAZ 2020 conference will take place as planned. We will post updates here with news about the workshop.
Understanding how and why people behave the way they do can provide solutions to challenging issues that affect animals. This HBCA workshop will introduce the key concepts, principles and theories regarding the science of human behaviour change, together with exploring how interventions can be designed and evaluated. There will be case studies throughout the day to bring the theory to life in a practical setting, and the workshop will include presentation, reflection and workshop elements.
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University of Liverpool
Central Teaching Hub
Off Brownlow Hill
10am – 4pm
The early bird rate is £65, this increases to £85 on May 1st 2020. Refreshments will be provided but please bring your own lunch.
Places will be prioritised to people working directly with clients. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can book at the Eventbrite link or to pay by Bank Transfer or cheque please contact us by email. Places are strictly limited and not available on the door.