3-day class-based training workshop to increase the efficiency and impact of any conservation project.
A 3-day class-based training workshop designed to give you the skills to run conservation projects of any type or size. Working with our highly qualified and experienced team, you will learn the project management skills to efficiently run any conservation project.
28th January - 30th January 2020
You will learn:
Why do this workshop?
You will learn how to set up, manage and monitor a conservation project by:
At the end of each day's trainings there will be optional, informal activities and networking opportunities, organised by the workshop leader.
The Cambridge Conservation Initiative is one of the most dynamic hubs for conservation in the UK. This workshop is kindly hosted by Fauna & Flora International.
The workshop will be led by Beth Robinson. Beth has a PhD in conservation and is a certified PRINCE2 practitioner. Beth is also an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and is certified to level 2 in small group learning. Beth has trained hundreds of conservationists around the world in project management.
Tea, coffee and light snacks provided. Lunch is not provided, but there are plenty of places nearby to buy sandwiches etc.
£360 (Standard rate: bursaries available. See here for details.) 20% discount for Conservation Careers members Only 30 places available.
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