18 Ways to Earn CEs at the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare

Attending the Spring Conference for Animal Welfare is an important career move. Seriously. Want to make more money? Looking for a promotion or a new job? Want to add some new skills to your resume? Continuing education is the answer to all of these questions.

The Association for Animal Welfare Advancement is here to help you grow professionally and personally.  Our upcoming conference, happening at a computer near you June 16-17, includes 18 sessions that will boost your resilience to crisis, increase your fundraising and communications skills, and offer the latest information on shelter medicine topics.

All 18 sessions offer you the opportunity to earn a variety of Continuing Education Units (CEs). CEs are important because they demonstrate your commitment to on-the-job improvement and keeping your skills refreshed—two qualities that will make you stand out to current and potential employers. 

Check out this extensive list of CEs you can earn at the conference:

All 18 sessions (live and recordings, unless otherwise noted) are approved for:

  • CAWA CEs for Certified Animal Welfare Administrators
  • NACA CEs by the National Animal Care and Control Association 
  • Texas ACO CEs by the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS)

These sessions are also approved for specialized continuing education units:

  • American Association of Veterinary State Boards’ RACE CE (live sessions only) for veterinary professionals:
    • Treating the Entire Animal Through Medical and Behavior Coordination
    • Pharmaceutical Challenges in Sheltering
    • Tiny Patients, Big Challenge: The Science & Practice of Underage Kitten Care
  • CFRE CEs for fundraising professionals:
    • The Real-Time Way to Raise Major Gifts & How It’s Different Than Five Years Ago    
    • Facebook Fundraising: Why We Ran Towards It While Other Ran from It        
    • Managing Productive Donor Visits and Making Effective Solicitations
  • IAABC CEs by the International Association of Animal Behavior Consultants:
    • Treating the Entire Animal Through Medical and Behavior Coordination
    • Fear Free Helps Animals, But What’s in it for Shelters?

CEs sound terrific, but you don’t have the time to attend a two-day conference? We’ve got your back—we are going to record the entire conference! Register now and you’ll get access to all the recordings through 2022. Pretty sweet.

Learn about The Spring Conference for Animal Welfare and register today.

Sneak peeks at conference sessions

Spring Conference Superhero Session: Dr. Marty Becker
Spring Conference Superhero Session: Dr. Erin Doyle
Spring Conference Superhero Session: Dr. Lauren Forsythe
Spring Conference Superhero Session: Nick Lippincott and Dan DeSousa
Spring Conference Superhero Session: Dr. Sarah Wooten


The Association

The Association is the only international society of leaders actively leading and managing community animal shelters/animal control agencies.


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