Animal Aid

School Speakers' Training Workshop plus talk and discussion on vivisection by Andre Menache, Animal Aid's Scientific Adviser

Posted 1 August 2004

Wolverhampton, Sunday, 12th September 2004

Animal Aid will be holding a School Speakers' Training Workshop at Wildside Activity Centre, Hordern Road, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton, on Sunday 12th September, between 10am and 5pm.

A vital investment for the future of animals is to influence the attitudes of young people. This is why we believe our school speakers' programme is one of the most useful methods of campaigning. If you would like to become involved in giving school talks for Animal Aid then please come along to the workshop.

School speaker in action

An added bonus will be the appearance of André Menache, Animal Aid's Scientific Adviser, who is keen to share his knowledge and expertise with us. He will give a short talk on putting the case against vivisection in schools and also answer questions on the issue.

Anna, a school speaker in Yorkshire. says:

"Giving school talks is a great opportunity to speak to young people who otherwise would not even consider the issues surrounding non-human animals."

The workshop will help you to:

  • become more confident about giving presentations to young people in schools
  • deal skilfully with questions on a range of animal issues
  • learn what teachers expect from us
  • meet like-minded people
  • exchange ideas
  • feel more motivated!

Reserve your place today!

School speaker in action

For more information please phone Ann Harriman or Mark White at the Animal Aid office on 01732 364546. To reserve a place at the workshop please contact Ann with your address and daytime telephone number. You can phone Ann on the number above, email ann@animalaid.co.uk, or write to her at the Animal Aid office.

Animal Aid also produces a 16 page guide to giving effective school talks. Click here to send for a free guide now.

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