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This training is an induction for Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust inspiring people champions. Sign up as a champion to take part. During…
You’re never too old to enjoy pond dipping and learn all about the fascinating wildlife species that live in natural water bodies. You will also learn surveying techniques for ponds and streams.…
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Forest School Level 3 training course will enable you to develop and deliver a Forest School Programme for any age group.
Woodlands come alive in spring and are rich and diverse habitats for wildlife. On our Woodlands in Spring course we will discuss the history, ecology and inhabitants of ancient woodland and look…
Learn about the ecology, the habitat and the techniques used in surveying water voles. You will learn water vole surveying, health and safety and how to complete the survey forms before spending…
Learn the basics skills of wild flower identification on our relaxed, wild flower identification for beginners course.
You will spend the day learning to recognise the characteristics of…
Improve your wild flower identification skills on our relaxed, 1 day Wildflower Identification for improvers course. You will spend the day on a beautiful chalk downland site practising and…
An introduction to walking and rambling in the countryside using Winnall Moors and surrounding areas.
This QNUK Level 3 Award in Forest School First Aid (RQF) course is suitable for Forest School leaders.
The Forest School Level 1 training course is an introduction to the Forest School ethos and principles.