Faunalytics shares the latest research findings and our expertise with you and your team through standardized and custom training.
Does your team need to understand public opinion and behavior on an animal issue to better frame your message and target your audience? Or maybe you’re starting a new group and could use a quick overview of the state of animal protection?
Whatever your needs, Faunalytics can create a training program to suit them. We have trained thousands of animal advocates through conferences, workshops, and client projects – we’re ready to help you navigate the complexities of research so you can do more for animals.
Faunalytics provides standard training options and can customize any of those options to meet your needs. All sessions emphasize the information that you and your team need most. Typical training options include hour-long, half-day, and full-day formats (online or in person). Our core training sessions cover the following:
- Where Are We? The Status of Animals and Public Opinion in the U.S.
- What Do We Know? In-Depth Review of Selected Animal Issues
- What Can We Learn? Using and Conducting Research for Animals
How can we customize these sessions? In short, any way you’d like – length and topics can be tailored to your needs. Whatever you choose, Faunalytics promises that workshop attendees will be better informed and have a deeper understanding of effective advocacy.
Unlike most other consultants, those of us at Faunalytics have a unique and personal commitment to animal protection, as well as access to all relevant research. Our experience combined with our understanding of research and strategy will ensure that your training session delivers tangible value to help you help more animals.
Contact us to discuss training from Faunalytics.
“(Animal advocates) need research to help us craft our messages and reach out to the public. Faunalytics is a professional organization that can help us be as persuasive and effective as possible on behalf of animals, and can help our movement evolve into a powerful force for policy change.”
Michael Markarian, Senior V.P., Humane Society of the United States