Tuesday, April 11

TRAINING DAY (PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE)

TRAINING TRACK DESCRIPTIONS

Training Session #1: Sheltering for Change: 
The Ottawa Humane Society Post-Conference training workshop and Tour Day is hosted by The Ottawa Humane Society and will take place at OHS headquarters at 245 West Hunt Club Road. Your admission includes transport to and from the Westin Ottawa to the Ottawa Humane Society, as well as a tour of OHS, all training sessions and breakfast and lunch on April 11th. Please pre-register, as space is limited. Gala tickets and conference passes are not included.

Training Session #2: Shelter Medicine 
Registration for the shelter medicine post-conference sessions will include all of the sessions in this track as well as, breakfast and lunch on April 11th. More details coming soon. Training Day passes do not include a ticket to the Gala or access to other conference days.

Training Session #3: Leadership & Management
This ticket gives you access to the Leadership & Management post-conference workshop, as well as breakfast and lunch on April 11th. More details coming soon. Training Day passes do not include a ticket to the Gala or access to other conference days.

TUESDAY SCHEDULE

7:30AM - 8:30AM: BREAKFAST & REGISTRATION

8:30-10:00AM: MORNING SESSION

TRACK A: Shelter Medicine
Shelter Medicine in the Community: Ontario Initiatives
Dr. LeeAnn Sealey, DVM, Veterinarian, Kitchener-Waterloo Humane Society 

TRACK B: Leadership & Management
Be An Effective Leader and Manager with Impact: Laying the Groundwork for Powerful Work
Pauline Healy, MBA CHRP, Director, Advancement & Social Enterprise, Edmonton Humane Society
Geoff Urton, Senior Manager, Stakeholder Relations, British Columbia SPCA

TRACK C: Sheltering for Change (8:30-10:30AM)
8:30AM
Pick-up: Westin Ottawa
Drop-off: Ottawa Humane Society

9:30AM-10:30AM
Shelter Housing: Promoting Good Health and Welfare
Dr. Emilia Gordon, DVM, Senior Manager, Animal Health, BC SPCA

BREAK

10:30AM-12:00PM

TRACK A: Shelter Medicine
High-Volume Trap-Neuter-Return Clinics for Humane Community Cat Management
Dr. Julie K. Levy, DVM PhD ACVIM, Professor of Shelter Medicine, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, University of Florida / Ontario Shelter Medicine Association

TRACK B: Leadership & Management
What Strategic Thinking Can Do for Leadership and Management: Implementing Your Plan for Success
Pauline Healy, MBA CHRP, Director, Advancement & Social Enterprise, Edmonton Humane Society
Geoff Urton, Senior Manager, Stakeholder Relations, British Columbia SPCA

TRACK C: Sheltering for Change (10:45AM-12:30PM)
What You Don't Know Can Really Hurt: Planning, Designing and Building An Animal Shelter
:: Includes tour of the Ottawa Humane Society ::
Bruce Roney, Executive Director, Ottawa Humane SocietySharon Miko, Director, Operations, Ottawa Humane Society

LUNCH

1:00PM-2:30PM

TRACK A: Shelter Medicine
Medical Considerations for Trap-Neuter-Return Programs
Dr. Julie K. Levy, DVM PhD ACVIM, Professor of Shelter Medicine, Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Program, University of Florida / Ontario Shelter Medicine Association

TRACK B: Leadership & Management
Leading with Confidence Through Seasons of Change: Maintaining the Momentum You've Generated
Pauline Healy, MBA CHRP, Director, Advancement & Social Enterprise, Edmonton Humane Society
Geoff Urton, Senior Manager, Stakeholder Relations, British Columbia SPCA

TRACK C: Sheltering for Change
All the Books Are Wrong: Raising Serious Money for a Serious Cause
Bruce Roney, Executive Director, Ottawa Humane Society


END OF TRAINING DAY

 

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