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This course will help you develop a comprehensive overview of the countryside, wildlife and conservation industry. It encompasses practical techniques, technical skills and core knowledge.
Topics may include:
This course is delivered through classroom-based lessons, practical sessions and tutorials, and you undertake 150 hours of relevant work experience in each year.
Assessment is through practical work, written assignments, examinations and online testing, presentations and projects.
The course provides an ideal progression route to higher education opportunities, such as the Foundation Degree pathways available at University Centre Somerset. With related practical experience, you could find employment within the extensive countryside and conservation sector. Opportunities exist within private estates, nature reserves, Government and non-Government organisations, charities, contractors and possible self-employment. Roles such as Reserve Assistant, Ranger or Warden are common career plans. Some examples of employers include the National Trust, RSPB, WWT and Wildlife Trusts.
|Course Title||Countryside Management Diploma Level 3|
You need five GCSEs in the 9 to 4 range including English and Maths, or to have completed a Level 2 qualification in countryside management (or equivalent) at Merit grade. Entry is also subject to a successful interview.
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