Details of apprenticeships and internships available within the countryside, conservation, ecology, environmental education, wildlife and animal management sectors.
What's the difference between an apprenticeship and a volunteer placement? CJS classifies a voluntary placement as one which is totally unpaid or has only out of pocket expenses. Whereas an apprenticeship has some remuneration in addition to a significant level of training leading to a recognised qualification. Occasionally there are a few unpaid internships.
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|Voluntary Opportunities||Unpaid or expenses only posts, available on full, part time and odd day basis|
|Practical Workdays||Opportunity to help with a specific task on one or two days.|
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JOB: Free Outdoor Activity Instructor Training Program
BE4: N / A
LOC: Staffordshire, Shropshire & Northamptonshire
PAY: £200 per month spending money, training, accommodation & food
FOR: ACUKFree 12 month training scheme. The Firm Foundations Instructor Training Scheme is run at our 3 ACUK centres: Whitemoor Lakes is our watersports centre in Staffordshire; Pioneer Centre is our outdoor centre set near the Wye Forest in Shropshire; Benham Sports Arena is a busy indoor sports centre in Northamptonshire. We offer various qualifications across the 3 centres. You can earn nationally recognised qualifications from the British Canoe Union, British Fencing Association & many more awards ranging from watersports to climbing, archery to first aid. On top of this you will also receive centre-specific training. 2nd year option available for full salaried position & extra training. ACUK is the wholly owned operating company of registered charity Northamptonshire Association of Youth Clubs (NAYC). Operating upon a foundation of Christian principles & offering service regardless of race, religion or creed, NAYC has over 50 years’ experience in providing people with opportunities. Open to 18-24 year olds across the UK. ASK: www.acuk.net/firm-foundations
Head Office, Tarporley
A superb opportunity is now available for a new team member to join our Estates Department. This is an excellent prospect for an enthusiastic individual who would like to start a career in Estate Management. You will gain a nationally recognised qualification and valuable on the job experience.
- Closing Date: 11/03/2019
- Sector: Countryside
- Role Type: Apprentice
- Region: North West
- Posted: 11/02/2019
JOB: Apprentice at NWT Holme Dunes (Reserves)
LOC: North Norfolk Coast
PAY: £4 per hour in the first year
FOR: Norfolk Wildlife Trust30 hpw, 18 month fixed term contract. We are delighted to be able to offer the opportunity for someone to carry out an apprenticeship at NWT Holme Dunes on the North Norfolk coast. The apprenticeship is designed to provide a formal qualification, but we will also provide training for a number of practical technical certificates such as chainsaw, brushcutter & full first aid. The apprentice will undertake work-based training through a variety of different activities to provide the skills needed to start a career in environmental conservation. The successful apprentice will achieve Intermediate Countryside Management - Environmental Conservation Level 2. This will take up to 15 months with an additional 3 months of exp to develop skills further. The apprenticeship is supported by Ørsted. ASK: For more information & to apply: https://c-js.co.uk/2WYu4im
An age related minimum wage will be payable.
Spring/Summer 2019 – 6 months, part time
Do you love the outdoors and want to shout about it?? Do you want to turn your environmental degree theory into practical activity? We are looking to take on two interns to train in the delivery of both formal and informal outdoor education sessions. We are looking for enthusiastic individuals with a passion for the outdoors, the natural world and an interest in working with children of all ages.
- Closing Date: 26/02/2019
- Sector: Environmental and Outdoor Education
- Role Type: Apprentice
- Region: South
- Posted: 29/01/2019
JOB: Horticultural Summer Internship
LOC: St Andrews, Fife, Scotland
PAY: £8.21 ph
FOR: St Andrews Botanic Garden TrustSt Andrews Botanic Garden is offering a horticultural summer internship opportunity for up to 2 suitable candidates for 2018. The candidate(s) will be enthusiastic about horticulture and will be aiming to establish themselves within the field of horticulture for their career. The Internship is sponsored by the Friends of St Andrews Botanic Garden and was inaugurated in 2016 to commemorate the voluntary contribution to the Garden of Marigold Speir, Helen Dingle and Anne Lightwood. It consists of an 8 - 12 week schedule working alongside experienced horticulturists and mentors and will include gaining experience across all aspects of horticulture and Garden maintenance. This will cover rock garden, soil types, vegetables, propagation and pruning, as well as glasshouse and collections maintenance. The intern will also have the opportunity to work alongside the education and outreach team. ASK: For a full job description and person specification pack please email firstname.lastname@example.org
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