Basic Animal Emergency Services Training

Basic Animal Emergency Services Training

Location:
OSU Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
208 S. McFarland
Stillwater, 74078 , OK

Date/Time:
February 17, 2018 - February 18, 2018
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Class Limit:
70 students (43 seats left)

Description:
Topics of this intensive two-day training include: -Role and responsibilities in animal rescue -Activating a disaster response team -Safety factors and concerns in the field and shelter -Incident command system in animal operations -Small & Large animal behavior and handling

Additional Information:

Payne County Animal Response Team received a grant from the Kirkpatrick Foundation to pair with American Humane Rescue for a training on February 17-18 in Stillwater at the OSU vet school.  OKMRC Statewide Animal Response Volunteers are all invited to participate! Registration is free and includes breakfast and lunch both days.  Course design includes lecture and actual animal handling (large and small).

 

We plan to submit the course agenda to the State Licensing Board for CE credit.

 

Contact Leslie Cole at leslie.e.cole@aphis.usda.gov with questions.

 

OKMRC volunteers need to sign up in two places:

 

Eventbrite (more info here):  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/basic-animal-emergency-services-registration-42677766348

 

and

 

OKMRC website: Click 'Sign up for this class' below