Course: Strategy Development for Wildlife Conservation


Woodberry Wetlands Nature Reserve, London
20th-22nd March 2019 Beth Robinson

Course code: £360

Sectors: conservation & wildlife, ecology, environmental policy & campaigning

What is this course?

  • An intensive 3-day course in how to develop a conservation strategy: 
    • Designed by conservation professionals 
    • Specifically to address the needs of conservationists.
  • Working with our highly qualified and experienced team, you will be guided through each step in designing and implementing an effective strategy for achieving your conservation aims.

You will learn how to:

  • Engage stakeholders: ensure that the right groups are involved in developing your strategy
  • Conduct a situation analysis: understand the full range of issues to consider when developing your conservation strategy
  • Define your conservation goals: establish what your project seeks to achieve
  • Develop a work plan: plan the actions required to achieve your goals
  • Apply adaptive working practices: gather and evaluate the information needed to assess your project’s impact and adapt to changing conditions.

Why take this course?

  • Increase the impact of any conservation project
  • Raise more conservation funds by developing stronger proposals
  • Acquire a certified qualification in strategy development
  • Get expert, face-to-face training and support from our team, in an interactive and personal setting
  • Meet other conservationists and develop new working relationships.

Who is this course for?

  • Career-starters: are you just setting out in your conservation career and looking for the skills to find and flourish in your dream job?
  • Career-switchers: are you a professional switching to a new career in conservation and looking to add to your current skills?
  • Conservation-practitioners: are you already working in conservation, and looking for ways to increase your impact?

          This course is designed for you!

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