Wildlife Course 2
October 9 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm£25.00 – £35.00
Our Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release courses are suitable for anyone (over the age of 18), of any standard or experience, who has an interest in wildlife. These four courses are currently run virtually (online using Zoom) as half day (4hr) events. It is possible to attend the courses ‘live’ or as a recorded presentation, sent to registered delegates and accessible for a limited time after the course. In order to ensure the best experience for all delegates we ask that everyone attends Course 1 before booking on to courses 2, 3 or 4.
Those attending the courses online will also be able to attend a practical session to support their learning – we will send out an invite to these and there will be a charge of £60 (or concessionary rates) for the whole day. Those attending all four online courses and the practical day will receive the SWWR Certificate in Wildlife Rehabilitation and Release and a badge. Those attending just the online courses will receive an electronic certificate for each course. As an extra incentive, those attending any of the online courses will also receive a voucher for £10 off the SWWR ‘Introduction to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation’ book due to be published soon (one voucher redeemable per book purchased).
Explore your passion for wildlife, check out the dates and course details below and book your place today.
- Record keeping and legal considerations
- Care of neonatal and juvenile (‘orphan’) birds
- Care of neonatal and juvenile (‘orphan’) mammals
- Care of adult birds
- Care of adult mammals
- Question and answer sessions.
Course also includes; course handouts (will be emailed after the course), invite to course practical day (charges apply), voucher for £10 off the SWWR Introduction to wildlife rescue and rehabilitation book due to be published soon (one voucher redeemable per book purchased).
Course tutors: Pauline Kidner (Founder SWWR) and Laura Benfield (Head of Animal Care SWWR)
Date: Sunday 2nd October 2022
Cost: £35 (SWWR volunteers and students £25)