Dates: 23 March to 3 April 2020
Cost: R5900.00 p/p (All-inclusive accommodation, catering and training. Transport to and from SAWC for own cost)
Venue: Southern African Wildlife College
Address: Kempiana Nature Reserve, On the Orpen Rd R531, Kruger National Park.
Learning Outcomes for this module:
- Evaluate the interactions between the different eco-system components relevant to a conservation area.
- Plan and implement the necessary activities to enable the monitoring and reporting of fauna populations in a conservation area.
- Plan and implement the necessary activities to enable the monitoring and reporting of flora populations in a conservation area.
- Interpret the patterns and processes shaping landscapes and its effects on species interaction, movement and distribution in support of conservation planning.
Strategic areas covered
- Biodiversity and its value
- Biodiversity: creation and destruction
- Conservation strategies past, present and future
- Selecting and designing reserve networks
- Monitoring biodiversity
- Managing biodiversity
- The task ahead
Who can attend?: Park Wardens, Conservation Agency Management Staff, People involved in designing, planning, monitoring and evaluation of Parks and Reserves or Conservation Programmes.
Accreditation: This course is a NQF level 6 course and is institutionally accredited by the Southern African Wildlife College. Attendees is required to complete assessments and a practical assignments.