Nature Conservation Traineeship in South Devon
A 12 week nature conservation traineeship in South Devon. The Ambios nature conservation traineeship provides the foundation skills required for a career in nature conservation along with acomprehensive insight into working in the conservation sector. Trainees are based at our collaborator Farm in the picturesque Dart River Valley, South Devon, where they will live and work with a team of fellow trainees as well as working with a range of conservation organisations from their extensive network. The traineeship can count toward university credits for students. Erasmus plus money can be accessed.
Whether you’re looking for a learning experience to broaden your horizons, or focused on the career path you want and you need experience to get you with them, this training is for you. The aim of the placement is to help you gain the skills needed for a career in the nature conservation sector. Employers have identified the skills gap in students coming out of university. They lack necessary practical management and species identification and survey skills as well as vital employability skills such as team work, project planning and negotiation skills.
They operate an open recruitment and welcome applications from anyone. Their experiences suggest that this traineeship is appropriate for graduates looking for crucial experience, career changers who are looking for away into working in the nature conservation sector or those who are inspired by the natural world and want to broaden their horizons benefit from these placements; whether you are aiming to be the next Director of a wildlife NGO orthe Environment Minister; a teacher, support worker, countryside ranger orresearcher; tree surgeon, biologist, consultant or historic site manager this experience will set you on your way.
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