AAP Sanctuary for Exotic Animals in Almere, The Netherlands, is one of the world’s major primate rescue, rehabilitation and resocialisation centres. As a result of the 40 years of experience, AAP offers a course where the participants will be provided with the unique chance to learn more about all the aspects of veterinary and behavioural rehabilitation, about important processes at a primate rescue centre and about the role of sanctuaries in prevention of primate exploitation by humans.
The course is open for all people that are MSc student (or a higher educational level), caretakers that can handle BSc+ level, and managers of sanctuaries that would like the chance to learn more about all aspects of primate rescue and rehabilitation, which will include applied animal management and behaviour. The unique combination of sanctuary managers, caretakers and students will allow participants to expand their professional network.
Date: August 21, 2011 - August 26, 2011.
Location: AAP, Sanctuary for Exotic Animals, Almere, The Netherlands.
Contact person: Dr. Godelieve Kranendonk
For additional information, registration and the course program, please visit:
or contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
The workshops includes:
- Opening breakfast
- Coffee/tea and lunch breaks
- Closing dinner
- Examination and certificate
- € 395,- for partner organisations of AAP and for students.
- € 595,- for non-partner organisations.
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