Countryside Management

Introduction

Course Title: Intermediate Apprenticeship in Environmental Conservation
Course Code: CM055

Department: Countryside Management
Course Type: Apprenticeship



The Intermediate Apprenticeship is an ideal opportunity to develop your skills and knowledge in countryside management while employed and covers habitat management, countryside law & sustainability, countryside access, ecological surveying and livestock use in conservation. If you are working or carrying out voluntary work in the countryside and wish to gain a nationally recognised qualification, this apprenticeship is an ideal choice.

Overview

Qualification

C&G Level 2 Diploma in Work-based Environmental Conservation

Course Content

Monitoring/Maintaining health & safety
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with others
Maintain environmental good practice at work
Communicate with the public and others
Promote responsible public use of the environment
Conduct and report on a field survey
Carry out habitat management to maintain suitable site conditions for heathland / woodland / wetland / grassland / coast
Business for the environmental and land-based sector
3 additional days to achieve NPTC Brushcutter.

English and maths skills will be developed based on your diagnostic assessment and the requirement of the apprenticeship.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements but you should be keen to learn new skills and have recent practical experience in the countryside sector. You will be required to find suitable relevant employment. Tetanus protection is recommended.

Next Steps

Advanced Apprenticeship in Environmental Conservation Level 3 Extended Diploma in Countryside and Wildlife Management

Career Opportunities

Countryside ranger/Warden Work on a country estate Work with environmental or wildlife charities Countryside/Conservation officer Forest worker Parks officer Dry stone walling Landscaper Rights of Way Officer.