Local people are being offered a FREE, nationally recognised qualification in Environmental & Heritage Conservation.
Courtesy of the Tame Valley Wetlands Landscape Partnership Scheme (LPS), people of all ages, looking for a new career path or wanting to gain new skills and experience, can now take part in practical conservation training, for no cost at all!This fantastic opportunity allows people to take advantage of the health benefits of socialising and being outside, whilst learning at their own pace. The courses available cover a variety of levels and completion times, from one day short courses in identifying freshwater invertebrates, through to longer courses lasting between six and nine months.
Simon Lowe, Training and Education Officer said:
“We are really excited at the chance to be able to offer this great training opportunity free of charge. We are delighted to be able to offer local people the chance to gain a qualification which may help them find future employment in the conservation sector. Whether you are out of work or looking to change career, our training courses can give you that vital, practical and hands on experience that employers are looking for!”
Tame Valley Wetlands LPS courses available include:
City and Guilds
Level Two – Certificate in Work-Based Environmental Conservation.
Open College Network West Midlands Region
Level One Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage
Level Two Award and Certificate in Environmental Conservation and Heritage
These training courses are part of the Tame Valley Wetlands LPS supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund, aiming to create a wetland landscape, rich in wildlife and accessible to all.
The Tame Valley Wetlands is led by Warwickshire Wildlife Trust in partnership with over 20 organisations including charities, local groups, statutory bodies and councils.