Our Wildlife conservation course is suitable for those who wish to:
Increase their employability
Gain confidence in ability and understanding of wildlife conservation and management
Expand their knowledge
This course consists of 10 topics as stated below each containing their own short assessment. On completion of all topics you will then be given a case study on which you will be asked to write a final report on. You will be assigned a tutor to help you with assessments as well as access to online one to one lessons to reinforce your studies.
Duration: 100 Hours (approximately)
Qualification: Certificate upon completion of course
Introduction to Wildlife Conservation
What is wildlife conservation
The need for wildlife conservation
Important concepts ecology, ecosystem, biome, conservation values, biological diversity, genetic drift, habitat, life span, wildlife movement and wildlife management.
Threatening processes habitat fragmentation, habitat degradation and loss, soil degradation, erosion, pollution, unsustainable harvesting, invasive species, climate change, population isolation and disease.
Recovery of Threatened Species
Loss of species categories of risk
Species vulnerability to endangerment
Recovery of species and threat management
Habitat Conservation identifying critical habitat and protecting habitat
Research population growth, habitat use and conservation genetics
Types of Habitat eg. temperate and tropical forests, woodland, tundra and mangrove habitats