Endangered Species Recovery (10 half-days)

13th - 24th Sep 2021

ONLINE

A unique, specially designed course, delivered by world-renowned experts and scientists in the field of Endangered Species Recovery (ESR). You will develop a critical understanding of biodiversity conservation, the issues it raises and how they may be addressed, as well as practical research skills ...

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A unique, specially designed course, delivered by world-renowned experts and scientists in the field of Endangered Species Recovery (ESR). You will develop a critical understanding of biodiversity conservation, the issues it raises and how they may be addressed, as well as practical research skills to inform conservation action. 

Durrell has an extensive history of leading the conservation of highly threatened species, through research and breeding programmes at our headquarters, and in our overseas field conservation programmes.

The course runs over ten half days (Monday to Friday) from 13 to 24 September 2021. You should aim to be available for all sessions if possible.

Course materials include live, expert-led lectures, group discussions, activities and individual work. Pre-recorded videos of Durrell case studies will help illustrate the teaching content and provide real life scenarios of global field programmes and captive breeding facilities at Jersey Zoo.

Training staff at Durrell Conservation Academy will offer 1-2-1 support throughout. You will be given registered access to our online learning platform for pre-course material, additional resources including reading lists, discussion forums and advice for on-going training.

The course is suitable for students and graduates wishing to improve their knowledge [STARTERS] early career individuals [PRACTITIONERS] or those with an active interest in conservation who may be considering a career change [SWITCHERS].

To book visit https://training.durrell.org/course/view.php?id=36