The Species Recovery Trust runs a series of acclaimed training courses teaching a range of skills throughout the year and across the country.
One of our core remits is re-connecting people with the natural world around them and these courses aim to improve identification skills and understanding of ecosystems. By attending these not only will you get a chance to learn about nature in stunning and surprising locations with like-minded people, but also financially support our species recovery programme.
Click on 'More Info' for detailed course info, directions and for some courses full species lists of what will be taught.
The full brochure can be viewed and downloaded here.
Children under 16 are very welcome, but should be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
2013-14 Training Courses
|Tuesday 24/09/13||Fungus identification and conservation||The Devenish Reserve, nr Salisbury||MORE INFO|
|Thursday 17/10/13||Identification of Bryophytes of Woodland and Open Ground||Barnridge Copse, nr Salisbury||MORE INFO|
|Thursday 07/11/13||Assessing Trees for Bats||Abinger Common, Surrey||MORE INFO|
|Friday 15/11/13||Lichen Identification for Beginners||South Lakes, Cumbria||Bookings closed|
|Tuesday 7/1/14||Winter Trees||Bentley Woods, Salisbury||MORE INFO|
|Thursday 9/1/14||Winter Trees||Natural History Museum, London||MORE INFO|
We would like to thank the Environment Jobs website for advertising all our courses. Their website also contains a wide range of resources for those pursuing careers in the environment sector and we are proud to have them as partners.