The Detroit Zoological Society’s Center for Zoo Animal Welfare is offering an immersive five-day workshop October 2-6, 2017 for professionals working with and around captive animals. The workshop is designed to help participants better understand animals’ perspectives and experiences, address the challenges captivity imposes on animal welfare, and develop the skills necessary to assess and improve overall well-being. The workshop is comprised of lectures, discussions, group projects and hands-on exercises in the Zoo.
Registration includes all lunches, snacks, and two dinners. Please note that a Tb test dated no later than October 6, 2016 must be provided before or on the first day of the workshop. This five-day workshop will include lectures, discussions, small group projects, demonstrations and multiple hands-on opportunities in the animal environments at the Detroit Zoo.
The workshop will take place in the Ford Education Center located on the grounds of the Detroit Zoo.
Registration fees include all workshop activities, snacks, lunches, and two dinners.
- Early registration: (ends August 11, 2017) $250
- Late registration: (after August 11, 2017) $300
Please note that no refunds will be provided after September 20, 2017.
Tb Test Required
Please note that a Tb test dated no later than October 6, 2016 must be provided before or on the first day of the workshop.
Send in Tb test via email, mail, or fax
- Mail: Detroit Zoological Society - c/o Dr. Stephanie Allard, Director of Animal Welfare - 8450 W. 10 Mile Road - Royal Oak, Michigan 48067
- Email: [email protected]
- Fax: (248) 691-4194 - Attention to: Dr. Stephanie Allard