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Animal Welfare Professional 2.00 This course will increase your understand of animal welfare, as well as best practices to help ensure high levels of welfare for the animals within your professional care. Upon completion of the course, you will be able to: define animal welfare and describe the animal welfare continuum, name at least three laws/acts pertaining to animal welfare and how they contributed to improving the welfare of animals, define stress, identify the difference between acute and chronic stress and their relationship to animal welfare, identify why it is important to focus on both positive and negative indicators of animal welfare, identify the differences between inputs and outputs for animal welfare, identify three potential positive indicators of animal welfare, identify three potential negative indicators of animal welfare, compare/contrast the Five Freedoms and the Five Opportunities to Thrive, Identify three three best practices to help ensure high levels of welfare, identify three benefits of ensuring high levels of welfare, be able to differentiate between subjective, opinion-based animal welfare concerns and objective, evidence-based animal welfare concerns, define animal rights, and identify the difference between animal welfare and animal rights.
Animal Welfare Spanish 1.00
Art and Sensory Experiences that Foster Creativity (CDA 5) 2.00 How do art projects differ from crafts? Learn about the art process, how to provide a variety of sensory experiences for children, and how art is more about “doing” than the finished project. Discover how early childhood professionals get ideas for art experiences and how they foster the creative process in children. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage Effective Program Operation. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Art of the Capital Campaign 1.00 As you learn how to plan, operate and conduct a capital campaign you can find a lot of advice on the science of fundraising. Often, however, your success will depend more on the Art of the Practitioner (you) than the rules of the game. This Webinar is designed to help you become a capital campaign artist by giving you a roadmap to travel from pre-campaign, feasibility, planning, infrastructure, phases and post-campaign wrap-up. You’ll learn the pitfalls to avoid and important tasks to accomplish to become a capital campaign impresario. You’ll learn the tools to help you enjoy the ride.
Assessing and Implementing a Safe Child Care Environment (CDA 1 & 5) 2.00 When families enroll their child in a child care program, they trust that the professionals working with their child will keep him safe. As curious infants and toddlers develop, their desire to explore presents unique safety challenges. This course guides professionals who work with infants and toddlers to assess play spaces, children’s experiences, and current practices to maximize children’s safety. This course is designed to be part of a Child Development Associate (CDA) Credential™ curriculum. It covers CDA Subject Area 1: Planning a Safe, Healthy Environment to Invite Learning, and CDA Subject Area 5: Strategies to Manage an Effective Operation. This course can also be taken as a stand-alone learning event, or as part of a broader early childhood education curriculum.
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) 0.25 The purpose of this course is to educate parents, schools, health professionals and the community about evidence-based assessment and treatment for ADHD. Participants will learn about ADHD and its features, etiological factors, evidence-based assessment and treatment, and professional practice parameters.
Attracting (and Keeping) New Supporters in the Digital, Engagement Age 1.00 There are more non-profits in the market every day, but less donors. Is this a recipe for disaster, or an opportunity for us to transform what donor acquisition, retention and stewardship look like in our digital age? Join us during this 60 minute webinar to learn what innovative donor engagement in 2013 looks like by walking through some of the San Diego Zoo Global's recent digital campaign hits and misses to see how you can help your organization rise above this changing donor landscape.
Autism and Bullying: A Specialist Module for Schools and the Wider Children's Workforce 0.17 The course is designed to give participants an understanding of autism and Autism Spectrum Conditions, as well as bullying in the context of autism. Participants will learn a greater understanding of ways to support children with autism in the context of school bullying. By the end they will have an awareness of some anti-bullying interventions that can be implemented in a school setting and feel more able to identify and tackle bullying of children with autism.
Avian Conservation Programs How To Become Involved 1.00 The field conservation and the zoo communities are partnering at an increasing rate to conserve birds in the wild and in zoos. Avian management techniques that were developed in zoos are being utilized to benefit wild populations. Developing your skills and experiences has a direct impact on species in the wild while also creating career development opportunities. Learn how to become more involved in local and international avian conservation.
AZA Government Affairs: What Happens in DC Doesn't Stay in DC 1.00 It is important for zoo and aquarium professionals to be knowledgeable about the legislative and regulatory activities around them because government actions could impact their work environments and their day-to-day activities. Zoo and aquarium personnel involved in the import, export, breeding, shipment, receipt, sale, transportation, or display of wildlife should be familiar with existing national and international wildlife laws. This webinar will examine some of the key U.S. laws, regulations and governmental processes which affect zoos and aquariums and how these measures directly impact directors, curators and keepers alike.