Seeking Continuing Education Opportunities?
CDC: Zoonoses & One Health Updates (ZOHU) Calls
The goal of ZOHU Call Continuing Education opportunities is to increase participants’ knowledge and competencies on zoonotic diseases and One Health issues, their effects on human, animal, and environmental health, and strategies for preventing, detecting, and responding to zoonotic disease threats.
Center for Wildlife Studies: Wildlife Capture & Chemical Immobilization
The online RACE-approved is for students and professionals interested in learning about all aspects of capturing and immobilizing wild animals using a variety of techniques and drugs. The online course is also the prerequisite for a 4-day RACE-approved field course that is offered in the winter and spring designed to provide students a one-of-a-kind, hands-on learning experience capturing and chemically immobilizing wolves, bears, cougars, elk, and other wildlife at the Wildlife Science Center in Stacy, MN. TWS CE credits are also available.
Global Wildlife Resources: The Foundations of Wildlife Chemical Capture
An independent online RACE-approved course and training library that is for veterinarians and veterinary technicians. Learn the essential elements and best practices of wildlife chemical capture. Registration is always open. TWS CE credits are also available.
San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance Academy: Safe Capture Training – Chemical Immobilization and Anesthesia of Domestic and Wildlife Species
Learn reliable, safe, and effective techniques for the species you work with and the scenarios you encounter! The 2-day course agenda includes: Introduction/General Considerations; Medication Delivery Techniques; Capture Pharmacology; Dart Lab Video Presentation; Species Specific Drug Dosages and Volume Calculations; Approach, Post Capture Care and Anesthesia Monitoring; Medical Emergencies; Human Safety and Accidental Human Exposure. The course is approved by NACA, RACE, and TWS for 16 hours of Continuing Education credit.
Disclaimer: The above CE opportunities have been shared by AAWV members and others in the wildlife veterinary community. Inclusion on this page does not constitute or imply an endorsement by AAWV unless stated otherwise.