My advisor, Dr. Rosales-Ruiz will be giving a 2-day seminar in Missouri this summer. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the science of clicker training and animal training. Registration for the seminar opened recently and, as I understand, it is filling up fast.
Here’s some information about the seminar that was posted recently on the ORCA website:
ORCA advisor Dr. Jesus Rosales-Ruiz will present a two-day seminar about animal training and behavior in St. Louis, Missouri. This event is being hosted by HALO (Human-Animal Learning Opportunities) and is a great opportunity to refine and deepen your understanding of clicker training.
If you’ve ever attended one of Dr. Rosales-Ruiz’s seminars or lectures, you know that you will gain valuable knowledge that will improve your training and change the way you think about animal behavior.
The seminar will be held on Saturday, June 29 and Sunday, June 30. Space is limited to only 20 participants, to ensure that all attendees have the opportunity to participate in discussions and ask plenty of questions.
The seminar will include lectures and discussions on a variety of topics related to the science of animal training, as well as information about recent research that has enhanced training theory and practice. Lectures will include topics such as shaping, generalization, constructional affection, extinction and resurgence, cues, and more.
For more details about the program, please visit the HALO website:
The seminar is filling up fast, so if you are interested, please register soon.