Feline Behaviour Advanced
Common Behaviour Problems
Human Cat Relationship
The aim of the course is to prepare learners academically to work in the role of feline behaviourist.
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Become a Feline Expert
The aim of the Feline Behaviour Advanced Level course is to prepare learners academically to work in the role of feline behaviourist. It is designed to build upon a foundation knowledge of feline behaviour and provide a greater depth of understanding and is a required level of learning for those wishing to progress to higher level courses. It should be noted that participants will need to be able to observe or work with cats as part of the course.
Course Entry Criteria
Potential students will have to demonstrate their ability to study at this level (level 5: HND/Foundation degree) before being accepted. It should be noted that a long standing, knowledge or experience of cats will not normally be accepted as adequate criteria to register on this programme without prior study although each case will be judged on its own merits. The course duration is 2 years.
Meet the instructor
Dr Emily Stone
Dr Emily Stone received her PhD in Anthrozoology from the University of Exeter in 2020. Her doctoral research was focused on exploring the practices and discourses of breeding and exhibiting pedigree cats in the UK. Emily has previously worked in feline welfare and currently works on a range of anthrozoological issues and research areas as a casual postdoc and research fellow.
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