SAFE CAPTURE E-LEARNING


The content that is currently covered in our livestream and in-person training sessions is now available in a self-guided e-learning format. This program has been approved for 12 hours of continuing education credits in jurisdictions that recognize RACE approval. 

INDIVIDUAL PRICING

$495 General Registration (for professionals and non-full-time students who have never taken the course before)
$395 Refresher Registration (for individuals who have previously attended our training)
$295 Student Registration (for full-time students who register with a valid school email address)

Click "BUY NOW" to purchase the entire Chemical Immobilization e-Learning Series (includes all 20 courses). Once purchased, you will have 4 weeks to complete the entire series.

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TEAM AND ORGANIZATIONAL PRICING

Please email us for group rates and options at AcademySafeCapture@sdzwa.org. Our team of dedicated representatives will get back to you ASAP!

CHEMICAL IMMOBILIZATION E-LEARNING SERIES

General Considerations

These courses discuss foundational information for conducting the safe capture of animals via chemical Immobilization.

Courses

  • Chemical Immobilization Foundations 1 (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Foundations 2 (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization: Strategies of Approach (30 - 45 minutes)

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization Foundations

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Medication Delivery Techniques

These courses discuss remote injection equipment commonly used for the chemical immobilization of animals.

Courses

  • Chemical Immobilization Equipment: Hand Injection and Pole Syringes (20 - 30 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Equipment: Darts (45 - 60 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Equipment: Remote Injection Equipment (60 - 90 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Equipment: Dart Projector Maintenance, Safety, and Technique Charts (30 - 45 minutes)

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization Equipment: Hand Injection and Pole Syringes

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Capture Pharmacology

These courses discuss drugs commonly used for the chemical immobilization of animals.

Courses

  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Pharmacology and Drug Classes (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Opioids (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Tranquilizers (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Cyclohexamines (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Other Anesthetic Drugs (20 - 30 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology 2: Drug Calculations and Dosage Selection (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology 2: Drug Form Manipulation (20 - 30 minutes)

 

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization Pharmacology: Pharmacology and Drug Classes

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Approach, Post Capture Care and Anesthetic Monitoring

This course discusses the safe approach of immobilized animals, anesthetic monitoring, and post-capture care.

Course

  • Chemical Immobilization: Post-Capture Approach, Monitoring, and Procedures (75 - 90 minutes)

 

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization: Post-capture Approach, Monitoring, and Procedures

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Medical Emergencies Associated with Chemical Immobilization

These courses discuss foundational information regarding medical emergencies that pose a risk to animals during a chemical immobilization procedure.

Courses

  • Chemical Immobilization: Medical Emergencies 1 – Respiratory and Cardiac Complications (45 - 60 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization: Medical Emergencies 2 – Myopathy and Thermoregulation (30 - 45 minutes)
  • Chemical Immobilization: Medical Emergencies 3 – Bloat, Seizures, Injury, Pneumonia, Offspring (30 - 45 minutes)

 

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization: Medical Emergencies 1 – Respiratory and Cardiac Complications

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Human Safety and Accidental Human Exposure

This course discusses risks for human exposure to the drugs used in chemical immobilization, and protocols and equipment usage for preventing accidental exposure.

Course

  • Chemical Immobilization: Human Safety and Accidental Exposure (30 - 45 minutes)

 

COURSE PREVIEW:
Chemical Immobilization: Human Safety and Accidental Exposure

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