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Learn how to raise more funds for your conservation work by:

  • Selecting the right grant.

  • Preparing a well written, well presented, high-impact,  evidence-based grant application. 

  • Creating log frames that match donor criteria. 

  • Processing your grant application effectively.

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Grant Writing for Wildlife Conservation

Online training workshop
6th July to 17th August 2022
(6 weeks, 4 hours learning/week)

  • Pre-recorded videos sent out at the start of each week for you to learn from in your own time.

  • Live expert-led sessions at the end of each week: Every Wednesday starting on the 13th July: 2 live session times available (10.00am or 6.00pm BST, lasting 1.5 hrs) to fit your work schedule. If you miss a live session you can still watch it in your own time later on.

£195

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Stakeholder Engagement for Wildlife Conservation

Online training workshop
2nd August to 6th September 2022
(5 weeks, 3 hours learning/week)

Learn how to engage stakeholders to enhance your conservation work by:

  • Applying key principles to ensure you engage with stakeholders effectively and ethically.

  • Selecting stakeholders that are right for your project.

  • Initiating the relationship to build trust and understanding

  • Clarifying the relationship to set expectations.

  • Managing the relationship to progress the project and adapt to changing conditions.

  • Pre-recorded videos sent out at the start of each week for you to learn from in your own time.

  • Live expert-led sessions at the end of each week: Every Tuesday, starting on the 24th August: 2 live session times available (10.00am or 6.00pm BST, lasting 1.5 hrs) to fit your work schedule. If you miss a live session you can still watch it in your own time later on.

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£195

Project Management for Wildlife Conservation

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Online training workshop
17th August to 28th September 2022
(6 weeks, 3.5 hours learning/week)

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Learn how to manage any conservation project by:

  • Applying a set of practical and ethical principles to guide your project.

  • Defining roles to clarify decision-making.

  • Splitting the project into clear phases.

  • Setting up effective administrative processes.

  • Adapting the project to changing conditions.

  • Pre-recorded videos sent out at the start of each week for you to learn from in your own time.

  • Live expert-led sessions at the end of each week: Every Wednesday: starting on 24th August: 2 live session times available (10.30am or 6.00pm BST, lasting 1.5 hrs) to fit your work schedule. If you miss a live session you can still watch it in your own time later on.

£195

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Strategy Development for Wildlife Conservation

Online training workshop
25th August to 6th October 2022
(6 weeks, 4 hours learning/week)

  • Pre-recorded videos sent out at the start of each week for you to learn from in your own time.

  • Live expert-led sessions at the end of each week: Every Thursday starting on 1st September: 2 live session times available (10:00am or 5.30pm BST, lasting 1.5 hrs) to fit your work schedule. If you miss a live session you can still watch it in your own time later on.

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£195

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Learn how to develop a stronger conservation strategy by:

  • Assessing the current situation you are trying to change.

  • Planning the impact you want to achieve.

  • Planning the work you will carry out to achieve that impact.

  • Adapting your strategy to your needs and situation.

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