Courses on Animal Welfare Science, Ethics and Law (CAWSEL)

Date: 09/09/2018

JCR, St Catharine's College, Cambridge


With a legacy spanning over two decades, CAWSEL is aimed at veterinarians, veterinary nurses, animal welfare researchers, FE, HE, Masters or PhD students and animal charity workers or campaigners. Delegates can choose to attend as many courses as they wish, all being taught or priced individually. Historically the courses have attracted attendees from over 25 countries world-wide. 15 experts in the field of animal welfare, all eminent academics and professionals, are involved in delivering the material over the two weeks, through a combination of lectures, videos and discussions.


CAWSEL are running the following courses, all taking place in Cambridge in September 2018:


Welfare concepts and assessment and zoo animal welfare – 9th to 11th September

Law and companion animal and horse welfare – 12 to 15th September

Principles of ethics in relation to animal use – 17 to 19th September

Farm animal welfare – 20 to 21st September


Early bird fees are valid until April 30th and grants are available via the Douglas Houghton Memorial Fund. They also offer Student and Charity rates. Online registration only for all four courses.


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