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Details of professional events and training that are held online, participation is via video conferences, also information on recorded lectures and seminars that can be viewed online and / or downloaded.

Online Events

23/06/2021 Climate Justice: An introduction - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3gHpjEw gsmo@cat.org.uk

Environmentalist, poet, painter and CAT Graduate School guest lecturer Judy Ling Wong will offer an accessible and honest introduction to the field of climate justice. She will outline the often ignored political, ethical and social contexts to the environmental crisis, and, importantly, how they all intersect.

24/06/2021 A Decade of Dsicovery: Community Solutions to Benefit Nature and Health at Online 1 Day

European Centre for Environment and Human Health Contact: c-js.info/3uq5uX1

As the European Centre for Environment and Human Health celebrates our 10th anniversary, we invite you to join us for the second in our series of Peninsula Forum events. In this session our team of academics will be joined by collaborating partners and businesses to discuss the opportunities that the G7 summit is likely to offer in creating a thriving community united around our health and wellbeing and in balance with our natural environment.

30/06/2021 A shark’s eye view: using tracking technologies to understand and protect Basking sharks. at Virtual 1 hour Days

Field Studies Council Contact: c-js.info/34kIGgM ecoskills@field-studies-council.org

The FSC is delivering a series of free webinars. These events comprise of a talk from a guest speaker, followed by a Q&A session. In this talk, we’ll explore how novel tracking technologies have provided invaluable insight into mysteries surrounding Basking sharks and helped in this species conservation.

06/07/2021 Treescapes2021 at Online 3 Days

University Researchers in collaboration with RFS and other Contact: www.birmingham.ac.uk/treescapes2021

Live online. Get involved! Key note speakers, talks and workshops bringing researchers and woodland practitioners together. Led by early career researchers at Bangor, Birmingham and the Open University in collaboration with RFS, CENTA, Envision and The Forest Edge Maximum ticket just £30 for all three days! Students £10. 10am-2.30pm

07/07/2021 Climate Justice: A just transition - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3q3Za6Z gsmo@cat.org.uk 01654 704966

Join us for our new series of free online webinars focused on climate justice. On 7 July, CAT lecturer Scott Leatham and CAT student Tanya Hawkes will explore the theory and practice of the just transition movement in the UK.

16/07/2021 Identifying Long Term Evidence Needs for Biodiversity Net Gain at Online via zoom 1 Day

CIEEM Contact: c-js.info/2SCbgYA enquiries@cieem.net 01962 868626

Biodiversity Net Gain (BNG) is expected to become mandatory in England when the Environment Bill becomes law later this year. Many local planning authorities and developers are already introducing policies to support BNG delivery. How will we know if such a policy shift has delivered on the ambition to halt biodiversity loss from development and provide enhancements. What longer term research is needed, over and above monitoring, to provide evidence of this policy’s impact? Legislation is not enough. We need evidence of its effectiveness.

04/08/2021 Climate Justice: Climate change and racism - Free Webinar at Online 1 Day

Centre for Alternative Technology Contact: c-js.info/3wAh2sI gsmo@cat.org.uk

On 4 August, CAT students, climate justice organisers and writers Jo Becker and Michael Lomotey outline the links between racism and the environmental crises, as well as highlighting theories and tools to help us explore more equitable and just futures.

18/08/2021 Conference - Our Living Landscape: Communities Leading Change at Online 1 Day

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape Contact: c-js.info/2U95vlH coigach-assyntconference@scottishwildlifetrust.org.uk

Coigach & Assynt Living Landscape is a community-led partnership working to improve the environmental and economic prospects of this remote part of Scotland. As it comes to an end this conference showcases what has been achieved, shares our knowledge, and give participants the opportunity to network with other landscape-scale practitioners.

25/10/2021 Anthropology and Conservation Virtual Conference at Online 5 Days

Royal Anthropological Institute Contact: c-js.info/3tu555f

Online Learning - Short Courses

23/06/2021 Seething soils: The yellow meadow ant is the most important invertebrate in many grasslands 0.5 Day

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

The Yellow Meadow Ant is a subterranean species that builds long-lasting ant-hills, acting as an allogenic engineer. This webinar will explain where this ant fits within the British ant fauna, its life cycle, mound growth, their relationship with aphids and report on Richmond Park as a case study.

Free Course

28/06/2021 Lantra Brushcutters & Trimmers 2 Days

Stirling, TCV Scotland 01786 479697 Scotland-training@tcv.org.uk c-js.info/3dk2qGz

This course will teach you all you need to know about Brushcutters and Trimmers and will lead to a LANTRA certificate.

29/06/2021 Train the Online Trainer 3 Days

Online, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology 01491 69 2225 c-js.info/2HxH0Ty

This interactive and participatory online training course will give you the knowledge, skills and confidence to train other people in formal and informal situations. How to communicate and share your expertise via coaching, training courses, workshops, teaching and knowledge sharing. 3 Morning sessions.

30/06/2021 Lantra Pedestrian Mower 1 Day

Stirling, TCV Scotland 01786 479697 Scotland-training@tcv.org.uk c-js.info/3doZKYx

A wide range of mowers are used across horticultural and landscape businesses. With proper training, most pose little risk to either the user or anyone near to the machine. Our course will give you that training, ensuring you can operate a pedestrian mower safely and efficiently.

01/07/2021 Wildlifetek Summer School: Online Wildlife Technology Certification Course 6 weeks (42 days) Days

Online, Wildlifetek info@wildlifetek.com c-js.info/37ArSDs

In this 6-week online course you'll learn how you can use technology to help better understand & conserve wildlife. This course has been designed to help you gain the technical knowledge & skills you need for your wildlife career.

Cost £197

Various Unlocking your wildlife career

Online, Dr Kayleigh Fawcett Williams c-js.info/3izM2lQ

Are you a wildlife student or early career wildlife professional? Are you struggling to get a paid or long term wildlife role? Do you want to stop feeling stuck & learn what you can do to move forward in your wildlife career? YES? This free webinar is for you!

07/07/2021 Leading conservation projects with volunteers - Introductory Offer 1 Day

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3zBacow

Gain the training you need to lead your practical conservation project. A one-day training session for anyone looking to gain skills and knowledge in leading practical conservation activity. Use code ACTWILD for a massive 75% off the usual cost of this session."

Cost £30

08/07/2021 BIM and the UK BIM Framework Masterclass 1 Day

Online, Landscape Institute 03308082230 anna.serazetdinova@landscapeinstitute.org c-js.info/3zAsXZu

Lead by expert Simon Hulmes, BIM Alliance and Cadventure, this half day training will introduce the concepts of Building Information Modelling and the UK BIM Frameworks as the national standards for BIM process. From this masterclass you will take home skills essential to be a BIM practitioner. Book here online

Cost £170 + VAT

13/07/2021 Discovering Earthworms Online 5 weeks Days

Virtual, Field Studies Council biolinks@field-studies-council.org c-js.info/3tR94sN

Find out how different types of earthworm perform different ecological roles and be surprised at some of the natural processes that earthworms contribute to. The course will arm beginners with the underpinning knowledge of earthworm biology, ecology, behaviour and basic collection methods in order to embark on their earthworm journey.

Cost £20-60

13/07/2021 Discovering Beetles 4 weeks Days

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

This 4-week online course will arm beginners with the underpinning knowledge of beetle biology, ecology, behaviour and basic collection methods in order to embark on their beetle journey. It will consist of study content, assignments, quizzes and weekly live webinars with a beetle specialist.

Cost £20

14/07/2021 Beetles and People: From Beauty to Utility 0.5 Day

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

From the dawn of human history, beetles have inspired and helped us to survive in the world, however, our relationship with them is not always mutually beneficial. We’ll explores our connection to beetles and look at work that is uncovering ways we can help beetles to help us.

Free Course

28/07/2021 A Primer on the IUCN Red List 1.5 hours Days

Virtual, Field Studies Council biolinks@field-studies-council.org c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

The IUCN Red List is arguably the most influential conservation tool today, helping to inform conservation planning, management, monitoring and decision making. Attendees will learn about the IUCN Red List and what it aims to do, how the criteria and categories broadly work, and how it is compiled and used.

Cost £10

28/07/2021 Leading conservation projects with volunteers 1 Day

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3zBacow

Gain the training you need to lead your practical conservation project. A one-day training session for anyone looking to gain skills and knowledge in leading practical conservation activity.

Cost £120

28/07/2021 Leading conservation projects with volunteers - Bursary Course for volunteers 1 Day

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3zBacow

Gain the training you need to lead your practical conservation project. A one-day training session for anyone looking to gain skills and knowledge in leading practical conservation activity.

Cost £60

11/08/2021 Protected Invertebrate Species in the UK 11/08/2021 Days

Virtual, Field Studies Council biolinks@field-studies-council.org c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

We will look at the subject of protection for the UK’s invertebrate fauna and our responsibilities towards ensuring their conservation. By the end of the webinar learners will have a better understanding of the protection of invertebrates within the UK and what this means for their management and reporting.

Cost £10

16/08/2021 Ecology and Biodiversity Assessment Skills 20 (blended learning) 5 guided Monday evening sessions Days

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3guLOxw

This course provides the necessary skills and knowledge to effectively monitor and assess biodiversity and ecosystems. Through online learning and practical habitat and species surveying, you will build confidence in your ability to plan and undertake a range of survey techniques and reporting for ecological and conservation work.

Cost £350

16/08/2021 Surveys and assessment: Part 1: Phase 1 habitat survey 4 days - 1 guided evening session, 2.5 - 3.5 days planning, delivery and reporting Days

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/2Sy7xeZ

This introductory course will greatly enhance your understanding of Phase 1 habitat surveys and give you confidence in carrying them out. The experience gained will be relevant to both consultancy and conservation.

Cost £70

23/08/2021 Surveys and assessment: Part 2 Preliminary Ecological Appraisal (PEA) 4 days - 1 guided evening session, 2.5 - 3.5 days planning, delivery and reporting Days

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3gADLz2

This module will improve your skills, knowledge and understanding of ecological assessments. You will undertake a desk survey, field surveys (habitat and species) on a site local to you. Finally, you will complete reporting for this survey.

Cost £70

25/08/2021 Sampling Sites for Invertebrates 0.5 Day

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

This webinar will look at why invertebrate sampling is a valuable method of site assessment when looking to improve or manage sites for biodiversity, what surveys are needed to find invertebrates, how to undertake/commission these surveys and what kind of outputs are needed to analyse the survey results.

Cost £10

30/08/2021 Surveying for protected species 4 days - 1 guided evening session, 2.5 - 3.5 days planning, delivery and reporting Days

Online, Ecotraining 07786444816 training@ecotraining.org.uk c-js.info/3cOkdoM

We will explore survey techniques for protected species, introdcing you to a range of species ecology and survey techniques, as well as legislation, relevant in conservation and ecological consultancy.

Cost £35

31/08/2021 Discovering Bees 4 weeks Days

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

This 4-week online course will arm beginners with the underpinning knowledge of bee biology, ecology, behaviour and explore how to find these important pollinators in the field. It will consist of study content, assignments, quizzes and weekly live webinars with a bee specialist.

Cost £20

01/09/2021 Lantra Hand Held Hedgetrimmer 1 Day

Stirling, TCV Scotland 01786 479697 Scotland-training@tcv.org.uk c-js.info/3doZKYx

Our one-day course will teach you to use the machine safely and correctly, as well as maintenance specific to the hedge trimmer.

02/09/2021 Lantra Brushcutters & Trimmers 2 Days

Stirling, TCV Scotland 01786 479697 Scotland-training@tcv.org.uk c-js.info/3dlcyz6

This course will teach you all you need to know about Brushcutters and Trimmers and will lead to a LANTRA certificate.


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08/09/2021 Assessing Invertebrate Assemblages: Using & Understanding Panthe 0.5 Day

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

The rise of assemblages for UK invertebrates is one of the most significant advances in the field of invertebrate study as it finally removes the shackles of having to face too many species doing too many things. This webinar will explore how PANTHEON can be used to assess invertebrate assemblages.

Cost £10

21/09/2021 QGIS: Advanced (Online) 12 hours Days

Online, GeoData, University of Southampton +44 (0)23 8059 2719 training@geodata.soton.ac.uk c-js.info/2PvT68q

This course is intended for those who have either completed our Introduction to QGIS course or have equivalent knowledge and experience. Delegates are introduced to advanced analysis techniques using both raster and vector data. The course is run via a series of zoom video calls.

Cost £425

21/09/2021 Hydrometry: River Discharge Monitoring using ADCPs 4 Days

Online, UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology 01491 69 2225 c-js.info/3vtMdVa

This practical live and interactive training is for new starters and moderately experienced ADCP users. It introduces you to how ADCP instruments work. You will learn how to collect river discharge measurements (Teledyne and Sontek). You will process and validate data. You will learn how to trouble-shoot problem data files.

22/09/2021 Introduction to Habitat Management for Invertebrates 0.5 Day

Virtual, Field Studies Council c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

On most conservation sites, invertebrates are the most numerous and diverse group. It is increasingly recognised that they are important and that many are threatened. this webinar will give an introduction to some of the habitat management techniques that can be used to conserve invertebrate populations.

Cost £10

29/09/2021 The Tanyptera Project (Natural History Live) 1 Day

Online, FSC BioLinks c-js.info/2Y0kn5L

An introduction to the different aspects of the Tanyptera project, including what’s being done to promote and facilitate entomology in North West England and how to get involved. Some of the Nationally Rare and Endangered invertebrates found as part of project’s survey work will also feature.


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14/12/2021 QGIS: Advanced (Online) 12 hours Days

Online, GeoData, University of Southampton +44 (0)23 8059 2719 training@geodata.soton.ac.uk c-js.info/2PvT68q

This course is intended for those who have either completed our Introduction to QGIS course or have equivalent knowledge and experience. Delegates are introduced to advanced analysis techniques using both raster and vector data. The course is run via a series of zoom video calls.

Cost £425

Various Wildlife Career Workshop 30 days Days

Online/Remote learning, Wildlifetek info@wildlifetek.com

Trying to get your foot in the door of your dream wildlife job? Our FREE Wildlife Career Workshop will help you to move forwards in your wildlife career. We'll be sharing our knowledge & experience from a range of wildlife sectors, and holding weekly live sessions on Clubhouse.

Cost £Free

Online Learning - Longer Courses

Also have a look at Distance Learning courses and providers.

Botanical Identification & using Keys at Qualiteach Education and Ecology Training

A flexible online course with mentor support in plant identification and using botanical keys. The course covers identification of plant components such as reproductive organs, stem, leaf, hairs, flowers, seeds, sepals and bracts and also includes identification of trees and ferns. The course also covers using botanical keys.

c-js.info/2K8CEHI contact@qualiteach.co.uk 07743712020

Botany and its Role in the Ecosystem at Qualiteach Education and Ecology Training

A modular course in plant science, ecology and botanical identification designed for anyone who is keen to learn how to use plant features for accurate identification. The course helps provide a well rounded view of plant science and symbiosis, botanical identification, naming structures and hierarchies (taxonomy), habitats and habitat indicators

c-js.info/2K8CEHI contact@qualiteach.co.uk 07743712020

Ecological monitoring: How to design a successful scheme at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts October 2021: You choose your own site to use as a case study and the course takes you through designing a monitoring scheme, step by step using five key principles. No prior knowledge of scientific monitoring or statistics is needed and the course does not cover how to statistically analyse monitoring data.

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Ecology 1 at Aberystwyth University

Ever wondered why some plants won't grow in your garden and why the 'weeds' (and slugs) thrive? Ecology explains the patterns we see in the natural world and the ways in which people have changed them. This is an essential core topic for any field or conservation ecologist.

c-js.info/30UBk1Q learning@aber.ac.uk

Effective Bird Identification (Distance Learning Course) at Ambios

Course starts: 26/04/2021 for 8 weeks. Starting from your current understanding of birds, this course will enable you to become more effective with your bird I.D., increasing your field and note taking skills and therefore enhancing your employability/CPD. You’ll be given access to a online learning environment with live online workshops and additional learning materials.

c-js.info/3vymcFD info@ambios.net 01803 732747

Effective Camera Trapping (Distance Learning Course) at Ambios

Course starts: 26/04/21 for 6 weeks (part-time). This course will enable you to increase your field skills, become confident using camera trapping technology, produce photos fit for purpose and enhance your employability/continuing professional development. Unique to this course is the fact that we lend you the camera trap equipment! £345 + £100 returnable camera trap deposit

c-js.info/2Qhpv3M info@ambios.net 01803 732747

General plant ID support at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts May 2021: This is a general ID support package, rather than a formal course. Suitable for early-career ecologists who could do with ongoing support with their plant ID, or more experienced ecologists who want to develop their ID skills further with more difficult plant groups such as grasses, sedges, ferns or bryophytes

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Grant Writing for Wildlife Conservation at WildTeam

Why do this workshop? • Career starters: Improve your chances of getting your dream conservation job by getting a qualification in a required skill for many conservation positions. • Practitioners: Learn how to write more successful grant applications.
What will you learn? This training workshop has been developed with input from funders and experienced practitioners to help conservationists create high-quality grant applications.
You will learn how to: • Select the grant that is right for your project. • Gather the information needed to develop your grant application. • Create content for the application. • Enhance and refine that content to make sure your application stands out and is easy to understand. • Process the application from submission to responding to the result.
What will my learning experience be like? In this online training workshop, we do our best to recreate the best of the interactive and supportive classroom environment, while offering you the flexibility to learn when and where you want. You will be supported throughout by our expert trainers via email, Zoom and WildHub.
The workshop is run over 6 weeks, with weekly live teaching sessions and pre-recorded training videos to work from in your own time.
Where can I find out more? The next online training workshop in Grant Writing for Wildlife Conservation begins on the 20th July 2021. To find out more and sign up, go to www.wildteam.org.uk/online.
Who is providing this training? WildTeam UK is a not-for-profit charity that designs and delivers training in key skills that help conservationists increase their impact. To date, we have trained over 1000 conservationists from 77 countries.

www.wildteam.org.uk/online Beth@wildteam.org.uk

Grass identification & ecology at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts May 2021: This course will enable you to identify grasses in flower and vegetatively by focusing on the key ‘must know’ species for professional ecologists. The course is in 5 units (about 3-4 hours study per unit). Suitable for building experience after an initial face-to-face course, or for complete beginners.

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Habitats and Habitat Indicators at Qualiteach Education and Ecology Training

This short online course covers habitat types in the UK, soil types and indicator plants, as well as exploring effects of pollution on freshwater habitats (eutrophication). The course looks at environmental conditions for growth, habitat types (freshwater, coastal, mountainous, bog, fen, woodland), habitat Indicators and plants for phytoremediation.

c-js.info/2K8CEHI contact@qualiteach.co.uk 07743712020

Identifying bryophytes in the field at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts October 2021: This course works best as a follow-on to an introductory bryophyte course and assumes that you have had some practice with observing features of bryophytes using a hand lens. The course concentrates on the 'top 100' common indicator species for BAP priority habitats and NVC communities.

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Introduction to Permaculture at Aberystwyth University

This course is a wide-ranging introduction to permaculture as an approach to designing sustainable ways of living and working. It will give a grounding in the core elements of a permaculture design approach including the ethical framework that underpins it and the principles from nature that it draws on.

c-js.info/3188MCh learning@aber.ac.uk

Plant Science: biology, physiology and symbiosis at Qualiteach Education and Ecology Training

This short online course covers the importance of botany, including plant structure, biology and physiology, growth and reproduction and its role within an ecosystem, exploring symbiosis between plants and fungi, bacteria and insects. The course also covers the food web and plant transport systems (xylem, phloem, transpiration and photosynthesis).

c-js.info/2K8CEHI contact@qualiteach.co.uk 07743712020

Project Management for Wildlife Conservation at WildTeam

Online training workshop: Project Management for Wildlife Conservation. Gain skills to increase the impact and efficiency of any conservation project. 
About WildTeam UK: WildTeam UK is a not-for-profit charity which designs and delivers training in key skills that help conservationists to increase their impact. To date, we have trained over 1,100 conservationists from 77 countries.
What is this workshop?: An online training workshop, run over 6 weeks, with weekly live teaching sessions and pre-recorded training videos to work from in your own time. Using modern video communications software, we do everything we can to recreate the best of the interactive classroom environment, while offering you the flexibility to learn when and where you want.
What will you learn? Working with our highly qualified and experienced team, you will learn how to manage conservation projects of any type or size, by: - Applying a set of practical and ethical principles to guide your project - Assigning roles to clarify team structure and decision-making, and improve internal communication and coordination - Splitting projects into clear phases, to manage a project from start to finish - Using control processes to monitor the progress of your work and adapt to new information and changing conditions - Establishing administrative processes to help conduct effective internal meetings and develop high-quality project documents - Standardising reporting to record, evaluate and share the impact of your work, both internally and externally.
Why do this workshop? - Increase the efficiency and impact of any conservation project - Acquire a qualification and certificate in conservation project management - Get expert training and support from our team via email, Zoom and WildHub - Have the flexibility to learn when and where you want.
The detail: Where: Anywhere (online)
When: 28th June to 2nd August 2021 (3 hours learning each week)
2 live sessions available each week, to fit with your schedule: 10am or 6pm [BST]
How much: £180 (standard rate: bursaries available)
See the online training page of our website for more details.

www.wildteam.org.uk/online Beth@wildteam.org.uk

RHS Master of Horticulture at Royal Horticultural Society (RHS)

The RHS Master of Horticulture (MHort) is a degree-level award designed for those who wish to grow their career in a flexible way. Studied over three years, it provides an affordable and high-quality study experience, linking candidates to a range of professional networks and provides improved business and managerial skills.

c-js.info/3rKg49U masterofhorticulture@rhs.org.uk

Sedge identification & ecology at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts May 2021: This course is largely based around a new, user-friendly key to the 56 most common species from the sedge family in Britain. The course has five units with structured field assignments encouraging you to seek out and identify a wide range of common sedge species.

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Sphagnum identification & ecology: Field & microscopic identification at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts October 2021: This course works best as a follow-on from an introductory Sphagnum course and assumes that you have practiced observing Sphagnum stem leaves in the field, using a hand lens. This version of the course includes two field-based units, plus two microscope units

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Sphagnum identification & ecology: Field identification only at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts October 2021: This course also works best as a follow-on from an introductory Sphagnum course. This version of the course is for those who do not have access to microscopes and only includes the two field-based units from the longer course

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Taxonomy: Plant Naming Rules and Structure at Qualiteach Education and Ecology Training

A short online course in plant naming rules (taxonomy) and hierarchical structure (family, genus and species) covering binomials, subspecies and hybrids and the meaning behind scientific names.

c-js.info/2K8CEHI contact@qualiteach.co.uk 07743712020

Understanding & using the NVC at Ptyxis Ecology

Starts May 2021: This course is designed to follow-on from an introductory NVC course to support you with using the NVC system. We concentrate on how to analyse quadrat data and work with floristic tables to work out what NVC types you have, rather than on how to do a field survey.

www.ptyxis.com/courses.php enquiries@ptyxis.com 01435 321199

Wildlifetek's Summer School at Wildlifetek

Are you a wildlife student or early career professional? Want to gain new skills using technology to further your wildlife career? Designed to help you develop the technical knowledge & skills, this 8-week course will show how you can use technology to help better understand & conserve wildlife. Starts 05-07-2021

info@wildlifetek.com