If we understand human behaviour and what drives behaviour change we can improve the lives of animals
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 session to bring the theory to life in a practical setting, and the online workshop will include presentation, and reflective elements. There will be some background reading to do before the event and a follow-up exercise after the event. We will record the session for those who can’t make the live event. Please book using the link provided and the recording will be sent to everyone who is registered after the event whether or not you attend the live session. The recording will only be available for those who book before September 6th.
- Participants will have a basic understanding of the key principles of human behaviour change.
- Participants will have a basic understanding of how interventions and research projects could be designed.
- Participants will have a basic understanding of ways that behaviour change can be measured.
- Participants will know where to go to for further information and support should they want to learn more.
A chat with Jane Tell us a little bit about you and your journey into behaviour change in relation to improving the lives of animals? I have 22 years’ experience in animal welfare, starting with an Equine Science background. I… Read more »
2pm – 6pm
The early bird rate is £30, this increases to £35 on August 10th.
Places will be prioritised to people working directly with clients. For more information please email email@example.com.
The Course Facilitators are the HBCA’s Jane Clements, Jo White, Suzanne Rogers and Anna Baatz. This workshop is partly sponsored by Cats Protection, who will also be co-facilitating this workshop as part of the HBCA team.