After the fantastic success of the second International Animal Training Conference we are very proud to announce we will once again be running this event!
Entitled “Animal Training – The Journey”, the conference will focus on the hows, ifs and whys of animal training, showing both the trainers’ and animals’ journeys from concept to conclusion. Whilst we’re all very proud of showing off the finished results of our training sometimes the most interesting and exciting part of the process is how we got there. The conference will delve into this area looking at the entire process rather than just the final result.
You may have also noticed that the event is now over four days, please check back soon for more details and see our exciting plans unravel as we continue to plan for this exciting 3rd International Animal Training Conference.
Just as before all animal training related fields are welcome, from exotics to guide dogs, killer whales to snails – please come and share your animal training journey with us.
Keep checking back on our web site for further information http://twycrosszoo.org/animal-training-conference/ or please email email@example.com so we can keep you up to date with all our exciting developments.
It is brilliant to already be able to announce that we have secured our keynote speaker, none other than Ken Ramirez. A 35+ year veteran of animal care and training, Ken has worked across the world as a trainer, biologist, behaviourist and consultant as well as hosting the successful TV show ‘Talk to the Animals’.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP WITH STEVE MARTIN
We are very happy to announce that, Steve Martin of Natural Encounters Inc. will be hosting a pre conference workshop on the 12th June 2016. This workshop will be a one day event at an additional price of £75 if you register for the 3rd International Animal Training Conference.
More details and content of the workshop will be announced shortly, so make sure you keep checking this webpage for further details.
We are very pleased to announce that the ABMA (Animal Behaviour Management Alliance) will be once again partnering with us for this conference.
The Animal Behavior Management Alliance, (ABMA) is a not-for-profit corporation with a membership comprised of animal care professionals and other individuals interested in enhancing animal care through training and enrichment. The ABMA is intended to be nurturing and informative, and was created to serve trainers, handlers, and keepers of animals, irrespective of species, with information and assistance in the behaviour management of their charges.
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN!
We are pleased to announce that the registration for this amazing conference is now active and as always we have an early bird rate of £170 if you book before the 1st September 2015.
Please take a look at our webpage for more information and links to the registration form.
Do you want to attend? Even better, do you want to present? Start thinking now about your travel plans, and we hope to see all of you in 2016!
Kris, Zak, Hannah, Annie, Viki and Amy