The Conservation Volunteers, with support from The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF), are running a three year programme of training in the skills to understand and manage habitats in the best possible way for the benefit of biodiversity.
This will include:
Most events are FREE for anyone who manages land in anyway; farmers, council staff, rangers, volunteers.
Specialised training is available in a wide range of subjects and will be delivered throughout Northern Ireland.
Where possible we plan to offer short courses accredited through the Awarding Body NCFE.
This fundamental skill of identifying and interpreting habitats and species will play an important role for developing future management plans and surveys. Simply knowing the value and ecological relationships can prove a useful tool. Typical workshops will include;
Learn how to manage and enhance the biodiversity value of Northern Ireland's natural environment. Use the skills to implement new ways of working for the creation and protection of Northern Ireland habitats. Practical skills will include;
The natural environment is complex and diverse but by understanding habitat classification and using better identification skills, discreet habitats will be more visible and informed decision can be made. Training will include;
We will be helping people who already hold biodiversity skills and knowledge to develop training and presentation skills, so they pass their knowledge on to others and to encourage the transfer of skills.
If you're currently involved in land management or wish to improve your natural heritage skills, have a training need or for more information contact Rachel O'Malley at our Belfast office. Phone 028 9064 5169 or email at email@example.com.
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