Friday, 2nd October 2020 at 2:00pm
Adolescents, and Animals Research) is a specialist research group within the
Centre for Applied Developmental Psychology in the School of Health in Social
Science, University of Edinburgh. We work closely with the Scottish Society for
the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SSPCA) and other animal welfare organisations.
The final workshop of our 2020 series will present the findings from our study of expert views on animal welfare education and cruelty prevention interventions for children and young people. We will launch our new toolkit and an associated website, that will equip organisations with the knowledge of how to effectively design, develop, administer and evaluate their own interventions.
Our workshops are specifically aimed at practitioners/professionals involved with child and/or animal welfare (animal welfare education, science education, teaching, social work, social care, police, juvenile justice, health). This workshop is particularly geared towards those working in animal welfare organisations/charities or in an educational role. It will take place at the University of Edinburgh from 2 – 4pm.
Please ensure that you contact us if you have booked a ticket but then find you are unable to attend. We are offering these workshops free of charge and there are considerable time and cost-related implications associated with unexpected non-attendance (e.g., organising a room to accommodate the number of places, printing a pack of materials for you, tea/coffee is paid for you). Many thanks.
For more information on our previous workshops, please visit our website: https://www.ed.ac.uk/health/research/centres/cadp/child-animal-research/events/workshops
Contact for enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, October 2nd 2020
Bookings close: October 1st 2020
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