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Workshop to take place on how animals learn

Central College of Animal Studies, based at Elmswell in Suffolk, is the venue for a workshop about how animals learn and why they behave the way they do on Friday, October 3.

The day, from 9am to 5pm, will feature presentations from Loni Loftus MSc BSc (Hons) veterinary behaviour programme manager and Karen Wild BA (Hons) DipAppPsy covering topics including canine evolution, the latest theory on canine origin and domestication and jargon busting and interactive sessions around animal behaviour, learning and training.

Tickets for the animal instincts companion animal behaviour course are priced at £155 but a 50 per cent discount is available to training practices that use Central College of Animal Studies - please indicate this when making your booking or if you would like to find out more about becoming a training practice please get in touch.

For more information and to book your place please call 01359 243405 or email enquiries@ccoas.org.uk.