The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement Learning Center
Conference Approved for Texas DSHS CEs
ALL of the sessions at The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare Advancement have been approved for animal control officer continuing education credit per Ch. 829 of the Texas Health and Safety Code. In total, the conference has been approved for 7 continuing education (CE) hours by DSHS, which includes the following sessions which have also been approved for NACA CEs:
- How to Change the World, a Practical Guide Dex Hunter-Torricke, Tech Communications Leader
- Early Reports from the Field on DEI and How to Talk about This Stuff (Panel Discussion)
- Are You Ready for The Answers to Those Questions? (Panel Discussion)
- How Managed Intake Positively Changed Emergency Response for LA County Animal Control Danny Ubario, Los Angeles County Department of Animal Control
- Working with Local Officials to Reach Your Shelter Goals Amy-Jo Sites, MPA, CAWA, Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control
- ALE/ACO Safety in Turbulent Times Janee’ Boswell, Code 3 Associates
Texas DSHS Approved Learning
These learning opportunities have all been approved for CEs towards ACO CE requirements per Ch. 829 of the Texas Health and Safety Code by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS). All of the approved webinars and on-demand recordings are approved for 1 CE. The self-paced courses are approved for different numbers of CEs.
Tech Savvy Pandemic Playbook for Volunteerism (TX DSHS approved)Recorded On: 12/03/2020
Learn how the Arizona Humane Society uses technology to onboard, train, and support volunteers via online learning.
5/19/21 Virtual Events: Lessons Learned in a Year of ChaosProduct not yet rated
Discuss the fundamentals of hosting a successful virtual event in 2021 and beyond.
Future-focused Fundraising SeriesProduct not yet rated
This 3-part series sponsored by RKD geared towards animal welfare professionals who are looking for ways to bring in revenue.
5/13/21 Digital Revenue: Small Changes Can Make A Big ImpactProduct not yet rated
Learn how to improve digital communication, especially fundraising, results through small tweaks.
5/12/21 Staff Safety & Occupational Hazards in Shelters
Learn about chemical, biological, and physical hazards that are commonly found in shelters and discuss measures to reduce those risks.
5/06/21 Stewardship: Breaking Free from the Ask-And-Repeat ModelRecorded On: 05/06/2021
How can we better show appreciation to our supporters in a way that’s manageable and still brings in the revenue we need for programs?
4/28/21 Shelter Dentistry: The Complicated Costs of CareRecorded On: 04/28/2021
Learn about the medical, financial, operational, emotional, and community impact of complexities of dental disease in shelter animals. Gain an understanding of the challenges of providing proper dental care to shelter animals, including: staff training, equipment, and costs.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Resources & Training Package
This information and these learning opportunities are designed to further the eradication of systemic discrimination and racism in animal welfare.
Effective Legislative Advocacy SeriesProduct not yet rated
This series will provide animal welfare professionals with actionable ideas to increase capacity to help animals through public policy.
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The Roundtable: How Loud Can You Bark? Hellraising vs FundraisingProduct not yet rated Includes a Live Web Event on 07/22/2021 at 4:00 PM (EDT)