This Online Instructor-Led Course from NACA will teach you everything you need to know about the foundations and future of animal field services. You’ll hear from several shelters that are successfully redefining what field services mean in their cities, jurisdictions and within their communities, including time for Q&A. We’ll explore innovative and lifesaving programming involved in a community-focused field services approach such as fence fixing programs, reunification strategies in the field, data driven program targeting, and field intake to placement programs. In addition to program structures, common challenges with implementation and how to overcome barriers will also be discussed. The virtual (Zoom) classes for this Instructor-Led Online Course will be interactive. You’ll leave with a solid understanding of where field services have been, where we are now, and where we are going.
Instructor: Jerrica Owen CAWA, Executive Director, National Animal Care & Control Association
This instructor-led course requires a time commitment of 14 hours for coursework and classes.
When? Class time: Fridays, 12:00-1:30 PM ET, starting September 30th
Who should apply? Directors, managers, coordinators and animal services officers are encouraged to apply. Best for shelter-based organizations with field services, like municipal organizations or organizations with municipal contracts.
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.#EducationandTraining#FieldServicesandPublicSafety*