Learn how to create and grow multiple coordinated shelter programs that will result in more cat adoptions and increased feline lifesaving. In this advanced level instructor-led course, students will learn how to create and manage essential cat programs, lead staff and volunteers to accomplish goals and be as effective as possible with limited resources. Course content includes: Shelter-Neuter-Return, Intake Management, FIV, FeLV, Ringworm, Behavior Programs, Foster Care, Matchmaking, Working Cat Programs, and more.
Instructor: @Monica Frenden-Tarant, Chief Innovation Officer: Feline Lifesaving at Cincinnati Animal CARE and The Joanie Bernard Foundation
This instructor-led course requires a time commitment of 20 hours for coursework and classes.
When? Class time: Tuesdays, 3:00-4:30 PM ET, starting September 27th
Who should apply? For shelter-based organization directors, managers or coordinators who are empowered to make changes and launch new initiatives in their organizations. Representatives of organizations with physical facilities will get the most from this offering.
Applications open August 22.
About Fall 2022 Online Instructor-Led Courses
Looking to implement a new program, learn more about a specific subject and create positive change for pets and people in your community?
Maddie’s Fund® Online Instructor-Led Courses (formerly Apprenticeships) provide an interactive educational opportunity for those who are looking to benefit from the wisdom of established innovative programs. They’re the catalyst you need to take your programs and learning to the next level! These courses require completion of: self-paced online materials, (4) 90-minute Zoom classes with your instructor and classmates, and a final project. Class size is limited and the selection process is competitive.Explore other Fall 2022 Online Instructor-Led Courses