Wednesday, 15 February 2012

ARC Professional Training Courses 2012

Amphibian & Reptile Conservation are running several amphibian and reptile training courses during 2012. These courses will cover conservation, surveys, licensing, mitigation, habitat management and much more.

Natterjack Toad, Great Crested Newt & Reptile Courses 2012

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation, in partnership with the Field Studies Council are running a series of training courses for professionals;

Great crested newts and licensing for surveys
- 28th March
Reptile surveys - 29th March
Widespread reptiles and mitigation - 3rd-5th April
Mark recapture techniques - 16th-18th April
Working with natterjack: understanding their ecology, surveys and licensing - 25th April
Reptile surveys - 9th May
Great crested newts, licensing and mitigation - 27th-29th November

See the course programme for a booking form and more details about each course.

Amphibian and Reptile Training with Jim Foster - courses run in partnership with ARC

This spring/summer experienced conservation professional Jim Foster, in partnership with ARC, will be running several introductory amphibian and reptile training courses;

Great crested newt survey training for professional ecologists
- 2nd-3rd May
Habitat management for reptiles - 7th June
Habitat management for reptiles - 3rd July
An introduction to the conservation of amphibians and reptiles - 10th July

See the course programme for a booking form and more details about each course.

Visit ARC's regularly updated training page for details about training courses being run by ARC and partners in 2012.

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