Qualification - Foundation Diploma in Wild Animal Studies VEN101 VEN101
Study wildlife ·foundation diploma ·captive and free animals ·land and marine animals The course is studied by distance learning and you can start at a time to suit you. The course covers animal breeding, marine studies, vertebrate zoology, wildlife management, wildlife conservation and more.
Why Study Animal Welfare
Why study animal welfare? Learn about understanding about animal behaviours and environments. Study the care and conservation of animal life by distance learning.
Zoo Keeping BEN208
Take a step forward to achieving your goal This course is ideal for you if you have a passion for animals and are interested in starting a career with animals. Learn all about zoos and the principles of keeping animals in a zoo with our Zoo Keeping course. Learn how to care for and manage animals in captive environments. This course covers animal care, enclosure designs, captive breeding, human-animal interactions, education and conservation and many other considerations on upholding the wellbeing of animals that are in captivity. If you have always dreamed of working with animals and need a starting point and foundation knowledge, then this Zoo Keeping course is perfect for you.
Carnivore Zoology BEN219
Learn the Zoology of Carnivore animals. A niche course for gaining expert or specialist knowledge. ·Study from home, at your own pace, tutor supported as much or as little as you need. ·Course developed by leading animal scientists. ·A solid foundation for working with particular wildlife or pets. ·Professional development course for people already employed in animal welfare, veterinary, conservation, pet care, and related industries.
Environmental Studies VEN100
BECOME PART OF THE SOLUTION; TAKE ON ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES A course to develop your understanding of the environment. It explains the way animals and plants are classified and named, the interrelationships between living things, and basic ecological concepts. Natural environments (forests, water environments, oceans), and man made environments are studied in detail. The course concludes by investigating the environmental problems of pollution and conservation in todays world. Lessons include: Living Things; Basic Ecology; Global Environmental Systems; Environmental Problems; Conservation; Acting Locally: Thinking Globally
Ecotourism Tour Guide Course BTR301
LEARN TO BE AN ECOTOURISM TOUR GUIDE This course develops your ability to organise and conduct ecotourism services including tours and activities. This could range from guided tours, overnight walks and treks, or self guided interpretive walks. Ecotourism is the combination of Ecology and Tourism. It is an industry that has developed hugely in recent years. It reflects both of the aims of modern conservation: husbandry of resources and protection of the environment. Modern ecotourism strives to be sustainable, so that the activities that are taking place can continue to do so. This course will introduce you to some of the aspects of ecotourism guiding including environmental awareness, planning tours,displays and interpretive aids, plant and animal interpretation.
Learn about the Biology and Behaviour of Birds Discover the amazing world of birds! Learn with us what is a bird, how they evolved, what adaptations they developed to be able to colonize air, land and water so successfully. This course is designed for people working or wishing to work with birds and animals, life scientists and environmental researchers and consultants, amateur bird watchers, or anyone working with birds. Learn to identify and understand the habits of different birds, from water birds and parrots, to town birds and birds of prey. ACS student comments: "Yes [the course was a valuable learning experience], very much, since I love to work with birds. I have learned a lot from the course. It is also a very fun and enriching experience [My tutor] is extremely helpful." Sheila Holliday, Ornithology course. "I initially wanted to do the course because I really enjoy bird watching and I wanted to learn more about birds than just how to identify them. Also, I was set to start university in September, and as I was no longer studying biology, I wanted to take the opportunity to so do some final studying in that area. This course has been brilliant: not only did I learn about the biology and distribution of birds, but I also learned about taxonomy (not nearly as boring as it sounds!), and I now know the behaviours and characteristics of a range of bird species worldwide. I've enjoyed the course so much that, after much deliberation, I decided to go on to do further study. After a word with the university admissions tutor I successfully switched degree courses, so I am now set to study Ecology and Conservation. I owe this course so much, not just for teaching me about birds, but also for making me realise how enjoyable it is to study them." Mari Jones, Ornithology course.
Qualification - Certificate in Marine and Wildlife Management VEN021
MARINE STUDIES AND WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE - DISTANCE LEARNING TAKE YOUR PASSION AND TURN IT INTO A REAL CAREER An exciting new foundation course that offers: Learn about Marine Animals and Environments Learn about wildlife conservation Gain practical skills in project management and increase your employability Self paced study, 600 hours, Choose from a range of electives
Qualification -Certificate In Horticulture (Nature Park Management) VHT002
Work in Parks Management This course is for people working or intending to work in nature parks such as zoos, wildlife parks, national parks, forests and reserves. This course has a foundation in horticulture, with specialties in Nature Park management. It also includes a selection of electives from a range of disciplines, including: · marine biology ·ecology and earth science ·animal studies ·environmental conservation.
Tour Guide Skills for Ecotourism BTR301
ECOTOURISM ONLINE COURSE Develop your ability to organise and conduct ecotourism services including tours and activities. Learn to conduct guided tours, overnight walks and treks, or self guided interpretive walks. Ecotourism is an industry that has developed hugely in recent years. It reflects both of the aims of modern conservation: management of resources and protection of the environment. Modern ecotourism strives to be sustainable, so that the activities that are taking place can continue to do so. This course will introduce you to aspects of ecotourism such as guiding environmental awareness, planning tours,displays and interpretive aids, plant and animal interpretation. Comment from one of our Ecotourism students: "I am learning so much" J. Alderton
Qualification -Certificate in Environmental and Animal Studies VEN025
ENVIRONMENTAL AND ANIMAL STUDIES ·a strong focus on Animals ·perfect for someone with a passion for animals and a concern for the environment ·can lead to job opportunities, and broaden your knowledge. This six module certificate offers flexible options of study, including: ·Alternative Energy ·Marine Biology ·Animal health Care ·Zoo Keeping ·Earth Science ·Wildlife Conservation ·Equine Studies Study at home with help from our highly experienced tutors. Learn in your own time. Learn about the environment and the human impact on it. Study animal health and wildlife. A fascinating course for anyone interesting in helping animals and our environment.
Conservation & Environmental Management BEN201
Want to Work in Conservation? Develop a foundation for managing conservation of different environments. This course reviews basic ecology principles and environmental problems such as pollution and land degradation in depth, before considering varying aspects of plant and animal conservation in land and aquatic environments. I am finding it interesting and educational - it covers the primary facts and then encourages you to learn the details through the assignments and contacting numerous organisations involved in environmental issues. Jasmine Dungey - Conservation and Environmental Management course.
Qualification - Wild Animal Health Foundation Diploma VEN102
Study animal health care with this foundation diploma consisting of ten 100 hour modules. You can start the course at any time to suit you and work at your own pace. Our highly qualified and experienced tutors are there to help you every step of the way. There are six core modules of Animal Health, Animal Diseases, Animal Behaviour, Vertebrate Zoology, Wildlife Conservation and Wildlife Management. You then choose four elective modules to suit you and your interests from Marine studies I, Ornithology, Primates, Herpetology and Zookeeping. Zookeeping
Nature Park Management I BEN120
Learn to Manage Natural Landscapes This course is designed to appeal to people who enjoy working outdoors in natural parks, nature reserves or wilderness areas. Whilst it is focused on managing these natural tracts of land for public use it is concerned with ways to preserve such sites and conservation strategies. Develop an understanding of the natural environment and basic ecological principles, and learn a variety of skills ranging from basic gardening and nature park design, to erosion control, weed control and tree surgery.