Monday, 4 August 2014

JMICAWE working with World Animal Protection to deliver Access Online Learning in Asia

Post-Graduate Continuing Education in Advanced Animal Welfare in Asia Online Course  

JMICAWE is thrilled to  be  cooperating with World Animal Protection (WAP) to support the delivery of a Continuing Education Post-Graduate Online course for helping with capacity building veterinarians in Asia with respect to animal welfare science.

Starting in September 2014, World Animal Protection is hosting an online course focused on the understanding of the basic concepts behind animal welfare science, ethics and law, and how these concepts are relevant to veterinarians in Asia. The course also looks at how to assess animal welfare and involves a hands on workshop.

Find out more about this exciting new course and how to sign up by clicking on this link 
The course is hosted in partnership with the following:

Jeanne Marchig International Centre for Animal Welfare Education, the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies, the University of Edinburgh
The Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations
The Center for Veterinary Continuing Education, Faculty of Veterinary Science, Chulalongkorn University
The College of Veterinary Medicine, University of the Philippines Los Banos
 Access online learning courses through Animal Mosaic
Animal Mosaic is the global online resource for animal welfare. Online learning is growing in importance for the contribution it makes to students and professionals worldwide. Through the Education section on Animal Mosaic, World Animal Protection aims to supply and link to the very best materials and tools to support animal welfare education.

Through this page we will advertise and give access to new online learning courses on animal welfare from World Animal Protection as well as other organisations and institutions worldwide. Keep up to date with progress by registering for the Animal Mosaic Community where updates will be shared in the forums and through the e-newsletter.

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