ABA Switzerland is please to announce our next webinar with Nicole Pfaller-Sadovsky.
When: Thursday 25th of March 2021 from 8.00pm till 10.00pm
Where: Instructions for accessing the webinar will be sent to all attendees 24 hours before start of the webinar to the registration E-Mail address provided.
CEUs: 2 CEUs will be available for this webinar.
The aim of this webinar is to provide attendees with an overview of ABA-based principles and approaches that can be found in animal training and behaviour change programmes across various species (e.g., dogs, cats, horses but also more exotic animals). The principles presented include functional behaviour assessments, differential reinforcement procedures, chaining, conditioned reinforcement, extinction, and behaviour skills training for animal caregivers. All is discussed in the realm of successful animal training and respective behaviour change, as well as animal welfare and quality of life. The presentation will expand on relevant research and uses video recordings to help better understand the principles across different animal species. Examples from the presenter’s practical know-how will complete the learning experience.
About Nicole: As a long-time dog owner (since 1994), Nicole founded her own dog training business, Happy-Fellow® Coaching & Seminar, in 2008 where she continues to work with clients whose dogs display undesired behaviours, such as fear, inter- and intraspecific aggression, separation-related behaviour, or stereotypic behaviour. Nicole holds a BSc (Hons) degree in Applied Animal Behaviour and an MSc degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis from Queen’s University Belfast. Currently, Nicole works toward the PhD in Biological Sciences with an emphasis on Behaviour Analysis at Queen’s University Belfast, conducting research on canine learning and human-dog interactions from a Behaviour Analytic perspective.
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