Behavior Technology 106: Multispecies Applications
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About The Event
Prerequisites: BehavTech 101–105 / minimum of 25 hours of training time
BehavTech 106 is for people interested in training nonhuman species or who wish to challenge themselves to apply behavior technology to animals they are not accustomed to training. This course is designed to strengthen technical proficiency by presenting the trainer with new physical requirements and unfamiliar criteria.
The specific course requirements are being developed to accommodate our different species of animal teachers. Our present menagerie includes chickens, horses (regular and miniature size), donkeys, goats, and cows. Before the course begins we will have added pigs, rats, corvids, alpacas, sheep, peacocks, and guinea fowl.
The student should expect to spend 5 days applying the technology they have learned throughout the previous courses (BehavTech courses 101–105) to teaching multiple species.