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May 22, 2017

CREW Visitor Engagement - Skills & Strategies course

22-24 May 2017
Paignton Zoo, Devon
(Open to the public, reduced rate for BIAZA members)

The course will run from 22 - 24 May inclusive and is a BIAZA certified training course with a reduced registration fee for BIAZA member staff.

It is aimed at any staff who are involved in visitor engagement, from presenters to educators and operations managers to volunteer coordinators and any other members of your visitor facing staff.

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If you would like to book or have any questions please contact CREW ([email protected] 0208 567 4414) or Catherine Addison ([email protected] 01803 697573) who will be happy to help.

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