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Apr 7, 2014

New Series of Zoo Legislation & Management Courses Available

Zoo and Wildlife Solutions is launching a series of zoo management and legislation training courses in conjunction with BIAZA. 

These two-day interactive and practical training workshops will have a maximum of 30 participants to allow discussion, small group exercises and personal interaction with Matt Hartley and the other experienced, skilled trainers. All courses will include practical exercises in the host zoo. 

 For details of the 2014 programme click here

The first workshop will be Practical Implementation of the Balai Directive on 14th and 15th May at Twycross Zoo .  Please click here for further information on this course.

Please contact [email protected] for further information and bookings or to express interest in any other training courses. 

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