Training: Science of Learning (FREE) - WebinarLIVE!
Pet owners will often see a trainer when they really need a behaviour consultation. So when is training an appropriate option, when does it risk making things worse and how can you identify a trainer with knowledge of the science behind their craft?
Join behaviour resident Sally Nixon as she explores the fundamentals of learning and training and how it relates to long term animal health and welfare.
What is a FREE WebinarLIVE!?
To give back during the COVID-19 era, a number of our courses in the WebinarLIVE! series are open access. Enjoy this CPD with our compliments.
You will receive 1 CPD point for every CVE webinar completed.
Who should enrol?
This course is suitable for qualified veterinarians. Veterinary students are welcome to enrol.
Veterinary nurses, technicians and other allied professionals with a special interest in the topic are also welcome to enrol in this course. Please be aware that the course is designed for qualified veterinarians and you should consider this in light of your knowledge and experience before you register.
How to access your webinar?
This webinar will be hosted using the ZoomTM application. Zoom is a free application, and will download automatically when you start or join your first Zoom meeting. You can also join the webinar by phone. Detailed access information will be sent to you with your registration confirmation.
Tutor: Sal Nixon
BVSc MANZCVS (Veterinary Behaviour)
Sally graduated with a Bachelor of Veterinary Science from the University of Melbourne in 2000 and became a Member of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists in Veterinary Behaviour in 2013. She has been an active member of the Australian Veterinary Behaviour Interest Group since 2014 and is President for the Veterinary Behavour chapter of the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists from 2020-2022. Sally is a Resident in behavioural medicine for both the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and the American College of Veterinary Behaviorists. She has her own practice in Northeast Victoria as well as consulting for the US based Veterinary Information Network (VIN). Sally loves that behavioural medicine encourages a compassionate approach to the needs of individual animals by drawing on evidence from various fields of scientific study.