Working With The Houseless and Their Pets
May 15, 2024 – 9:00 am to 11:00 am (Mountain Time) – Virtual
Working with the houseless population and their pets requires a compassionate and collaborative approach. Building trust and relationships is critical to addressing the concerns of both the individuals experiencing homelessness and the public.
In this 2-hour course led by instructor Todd Stosuy, participants will delve into the nuanced challenges faced by animal control officers, animal services professionals, and law enforcement personnel when engaging with individuals experiencing homelessness and their pets.
The session will emphasize the unique bond between the houseless population and their animals, challenging common misconceptions. Attendees will gain valuable insights into effective community outreach strategies, education initiatives promoting responsible pet ownership, and collaborative efforts with local organizations and social services. Participants will leave with practical tools and a deeper understanding of building trust and positive relationships within this community, ultimately promoting the welfare of individuals and their pets.
Tuition, Registration & Payment
Registration & payment should be received by May 15, 2024.
Training participants will be assessed a 25% fee on any cancellation made two weeks or less before the class date; no refunds will be issued if the cancellation is made 0-5 days before the training. Exceptions may be made for extenuating circumstances, and/or credits could be applied to future Code 3 training. Don’t hesitate to get in touch with us regarding all cancellations.
This is a virtual class, and refunds will not be provided for any internet or technology-related issues. If issues arise, the student may be allowed to attend another scheduled training session to complete any instruction missed due to connectivity issues.
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Details on Virtual Class
- The virtual class is taken via computer, allowing students to interact with each other and the instructors.
- A computer with a webcam, microphone, and reliable internet access are required for attendance.
- 100% attendance is required, with participation options available through the student’s microphone and/or type-written communications.
- Class materials will be emailed in advance in pdf form – students are expected to download the pdf before the start of class.
- The class will be held on May 15, 2024, from 9:00 am to 11:00 am. MOUNTAIN TIME
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