Offers Class in Chemical Immobilization of Animals
International will be returning to New Mexico with the 16-hour workshop
"Chemical Immobilization of Animals" at the University
of New Mexico in Albuquerque, May 18-19, 2004.
Detailed presentation outlines, instructor information, printable
registration forms and electronic registration are available on
our website: www.safecapture.com.
Brochures containing all workshop details and registration materials
are also available by telephone (608-767-3071) or e-mail (email@example.com)
This is a completely revised and updated program. The all-new manual:
"Chemical Immobilization of Animals: Technical Field Notes
2004" will be distributed at this workshop!
Cost for this workshop is $475 for early registration and $525 for
general registration. Those who have attended our workshop previously
may attend again as a refresher for $275.
Our training program is presented over a 2-day period. It consists
of 13 hours of multimedia/ lecture/ PowerPoint/ video presentation,
followed by 3 hours of "Hands On" training where participants
are divided into small groups and are taught how to safely use blowguns,
long range projectors, darts, human protective safety equipment,
and dart associated radio-tracking devices.
Our program has been presented since 1989, and is considered by
US government agencies to be the standard in Chemical Immobilization
training. We have provided training to well over 5,000 professionals
in the US, Europe, Asia, Africa, and Canada including the Animal
Rescue League of Boston, New York ASPCA, Virginia Animal Control
Association, Beardsley Zoo, Audubon Park Zoo, Folsom City Zoo, Dallas
World Aquarium, M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Merck and Co., Alaska
Dept. of Fish and Game, Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife and Fisheries,
Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Maine Inland
Fisheries and Wildlife, Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources, New
Jersey Fish and Wildlife, Virginia Dept. of Game and Inland Fisheries,
Texas Parks and Wildlife, New York Division of Fish, Wildlife and
Marine Resources, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, US Fish and
Wildlife Service-Alaska, USDA Wildlife Services, and many others.
We provide evaluation questionnaires to course participants asking
for ratings of Excellent, Good, Satisfactory or Disappointing. Over
90% of participants have rated our program excellent! This program
has been approved for 16 hours of Veterinary Continuing Education
credit. The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point College of Natural
Resources, Utah State University, and Oregon State University have
granted our program 1 academic credit.
We do not sell equipment, nor do we have contracts with equipment
manufacturers. We provide only education in Chemical Immobilization
and field assistance, and our recommendations for drugs and equipment
stem from practical field use. We strive to make our program the
most complete and up to date training program available on Chemical
Immobilization. We present our training program in an easy to understand
manner, applicable to all experience levels.
A 100+ page training manual is provided to all course participants,
and certificates are awarded to those satisfactorily completing
For more information contact:
Safe-Capture International, Inc.
PO Box 206
Mount Horeb, Wisconsin 53572
Tel: 608-767-3071, FAX: 608-767-3072