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Dunsmore Living Landscape

Dunsmore Living Landscape is led by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust and is working to connect an ancient wooded heartland, linked by a network of hedgerows and meadows. Get up close to nature, immerse yourself in the past and find your own connection to the landscape with our training courses and events.

Long Courses

Open College Network WMR Level 1 Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage at Tame Valley Wetlands

The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership is offering Open College Network WMR Level 1 Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage. The training is FREE through the Heritage Lottery Fund. The course requires a commitment from the learner with regards to time that they can spend carrying out practical work and written elements. There are no limits on eligibility. We are looking to take people on in two cohorts – the first starting in May and the second starting in July. The sessions will run from 9:30am to 4:00pm on Wednesdays on nature reserves in the Tame Valley Wetlands, located between Birmingham and Tamworth (in North Warwickshire and south-east Staffordshire). The scheme is based at Hams Hall Environmental Studies Centre on Hams Hall Distribution Park just outside Coleshill. We will be able to offer pick-ups from Coleshill Parkway train station and local bus stops. We can pay fuel expenses (up to ten miles one way) and can refund public travel costs on production of a valid ticket. Other free training in a range of environmental and transferable skills is also available.

www.tamevalleywetlands.co.uk/ simon.lowe@wkwt.org.uk 01675 470917

Open College Network WMR Level 2 Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage at Tame Valley Wetlands

The Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership is offering Open College Network WMR Level 2 Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage. The training is FREE through the Heritage Lottery Fund. The course requires a commitment from the learner with regards to time that they can spend carrying out practical work and written elements. There are no limits on eligibility. We are looking to take people on in two cohorts – the first starting in May and the second starting in July. The sessions will run from 9:30am to 4:00pm on Wednesdays on nature reserves in the Tame Valley Wetlands, located between Birmingham and Tamworth (in North Warwickshire and south-east Staffordshire). The scheme is based at Hams Hall Environmental Studies Centre on Hams Hall Distribution Park just outside Coleshill. We will be able to offer pick-ups from Coleshill Parkway train station and local bus stops. We can pay fuel expenses (up to ten miles one way) and can refund public travel costs on production of a valid ticket. Other free training in a range of environmental and transferable skills is also available.

www.tamevalleywetlands.co.uk/ simon.lowe@wkwt.org.uk 01675 470917