City & Guilds Level 3 Advanced Technical Extended Diploma in Land and Wildlife Management
Principles of health and safety
Undertake and review work related experience in the land-based industries
Land-based industry machinery operations
Population surveys, ecology and conservation
Principles of physical and biological environmental processes
Pest and predator control
Undertake estate skills
Freshwater and wetland management
Undertake a specialist project in the land-based sector
Woodland habitat management
Ecological concept and application
Environmental interpretation in the land based sector
Farm habitat management
Grassland habitat management
Heathland habitat management
Archaeology and landscape history
4 GCSEs at grade 4/C or above, including English, maths and a science OR a relevant Level 2 Certificate at Distinction level OR an Intermediate Apprenticeship in Environmental Conservation with good levels of maths and English. Mature students lacking formal qualifications will also be considered. Enthusiasm, relevant practical experience, a keen and active interest in wildlife the countryside and the ability to cope with written work is required.
FdSc Marine Ecology and Conservation FdSc Countryside and Coastal Conservation Intermediate/Advanced Apprenticeships in Environmental Conservation
Estate management Countryside ranger Warden Countryside conservation officer Countryside contractor - walling, hedgelaying, fencing etc Forest officer Parks officer Wildlife adviser Rights of way officer Environmental education officer Field studies tutor Ecologist Potential employers include: National Trust, Wildlife Trusts, RSPB, Local authorities, Forestry Commission, Environment Agency, Natural England, Scottish Natural Heritage, Ecological consultancies, Charities, Self-employment.
Dates & Fees
|Start Date||End Date||Start Time||End Time||Mode of Attendance||Days of the Week||No of sessions|
|02-Sep-19||24-Jun-20||9.15 a.m.||4.45 p.m.||Full time||Yr1 - Mon - Wed Yr2 - Wed - Fri||70|
|Total Fee Full Cost||Total Fee 19-23||Total Fee 24+|
Study tour in second year: approx. £350. Assessment fees for additional qualifications - usually between £80 and £150 per qualification for certificates of competence such as Chainsaws, ATVs and Stockmanship. For some additional qualifications a contribution towards the cost of training may also be required.
Basic stationery: calculator, pens, paper and lever arch files Suitable outdoor clothing - the clothing must be suitable for environment, weather and time of year Protective overalls Steel toe capped work boots Hi-vis yellow vest AEL uniform (polo shirt and sweat shirt) Tetanus protection is recommended All protective equipment will be inspected by the Course Manager
If we have added any additional images specific to this course they will be displayed below. If no images are found, then this tab will be empty.