ISAZ Satellite workshop on Human Behaviour Change for Animals
University of Liverpool Central Teaching Hub, L69 7BX
Workshop on Human Behaviour Change for Animals: Designing interventions and measuring their impact
About this Event
If we understand human behaviour and what drives behaviour change we can improve the lives of animals.
Understanding how and why people behave the way they do can provide solutions to challenging issues that affect animals. This HBCA workshop will introduce the key concepts, principles and theories regarding the science of human behaviour change, together with exploring how interventions can be designed and evaluated. There will be case studies throughout the day to bring the theory to life in a practical setting, and the workshop will include presentation, reflection and workshop elements.
Participants will have a basic understanding of the key principles of human behaviour change.
Participants will have a basic understanding of how interventions and research projects could be designed.
Participant will have a basic understanding of ways that behaviour change can be measured.
Participants will know where to go to for further information and support should they want to learn more.
This workshop is partly sponsored by Cats Protection, who will also be co-facilitating this workshop as part of the HBCA team.
Refreshments will be provided but please bring your own lunch. We look forward to meeting you.
The early bird rate is £65, this increases to £85 on May 1st.