Do you have a standardized onboarding for your TNR volunteers? What works for your organization?
Community Cats Podcast has been working with Neighborhood Cats to present monthly TNR workshops that save you time, by sharing all the information trappers might need to know, without adding to your workload.
Consistent training. Every month. Every time.
Join us on Saturday, June 3 for our TNR Certification Workshop. Beginning at 2 p.m. ET, session is 2.5 hours long, followed by an optional 15-minute Q&A.
Extra session! We will host another TNR Certification Workshop on Tuesday, June 13 for anyone who might prefer to attend during the week.
Sessions include cat trivia, plus a chance to win a humane box trap from Tomahawk Traps!
Attendees who attend a session will receive a certificate after they complete a brief quiz.
PLUS - all events are now NACA-approved! Animal control officers who attend are eligible to receive continuing education (CEUs) for their participation.
Registration is $10. Register for the event at www.communitycatspodcast.com/gettnrcertified.
Learn more about the workshop and related events in our Community Cat Care Training & Education center.
We created these workshops to help more groups and organizations provide quality training and information to their teams. If you’d like to incorporate these workshops into your onboarding program, let us know! We’d be glad to work with you, and even create resources specific to your community that can be shared with anyone who attends from your group. Contact Stacy directly at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our collaboration opportunities.
Other upcoming TNR workshop dates:
All sessions begin at 2 p.m. ET. Register at www.communitycatspodcast.com/gettnrcertified.
We actually use a lot of your resources, Community Cats Podcast and Neighborhood Cats, for our TNR training. We have a private FB group for our volunteers where files, info and posts are for info/reference/updates and then have specific Google Chats set up with various groups in our Organization (Trap Teams, Foster Families, Medical/Intake, etc.) They need to complete this basic training before they have access to our active location list.We also post our trapping calendar in our Volunteer Page, color coded by trapper with general location so anyone who is wanting to learn or shadow our trappers can plan their trapping. We recommend that if our volunteer hasn't trapped before, to shadow an experienced trapper 1-2 times before taking their own trapping project. So much of what you learn, or how you learn, is by shadowing others with more experience and the ability to have your questions answered on the spot. We also have guidelines on Best Practices with our HQHVSN Clinic so our trappers and caregivers know the expectations.We try to make it fun, because it can be lonely, difficult, sad and challenging out there.Karen JealousPDX Cat Trapper
We created these workshops to help more groups and organizations provide quality training and information to their teams. If you'd like to incorporate these workshops into your onboarding program, let us know! We'd be glad to work with you, and even create resources specific to your community that can be shared with anyone who attends from your group. Contact Stacy directly at email@example.com to learn more about our collaboration opportunities.
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