Level 1 Practical Skills in Countryside , Wildlife & Woodlands


Subject Area: Course code: Course Type:
Wildlife & Ecology Management CM218A01/20/1 Further Education

Course Information

Learn the basic skills, knowledge and understanding of working in countryside, this course helps you prepare for progression to a more advanced course, or an apprenticeship.Kingston Maurward College offers the ideal environment for students to develop countryside skills at their own pace under expert guidance. The programme offers a broad range of subjects and practical skills. Assessment takes place throughout the year and support is available with developing numeracy, literacy, study skills, IT and vocational skills.


Overview

Qualification
  • Level 1 Practical Countryside Skills
Course Content
  • Practical countryside skills
    Using machinery, tools & equipment
    Introduction to wildlife & conservation
    Estate maintenance
    To maintain & look after plants & habitats in the countryside
Entry Requirements
  • 4 GCSEs grade 2/E or above, including English and maths.Interest and enthusiasm in working in the land-based industries is essential. Other experience within the land-based industries will also be considered.
Next Steps
  • Level 2 Technical Certificate in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Apprenticeship in Environmental Conservation
Career Opportunities
  • Assistant warden/Ranger, Estate worker, Grounds maintenance, Assistant gamekeeper

Dates & Fees

Dates & Times
Start date: End date: Start time: End time:
07-Sep-2020 24-Jun-2021 9.15 a.m. 4.45 p.m.
Attendance
Mode of attendance
Full Time
Timetable
Day of the week Number of sessions
Mon,Tue,Thu 35
Course Fees

There are no course fees for eligible students aged 16-18. Students aged 19-25 may also be eligible for government funding or a student loan depending on their circumstances.

Materials Required

Basic Stationery; Calculator, Pens, paper and lever arch files. Suitable Outdoor Clothing - The clothing must be suitable for environment, weather and time of year, Protective Overalls, Steel Toe Capped Work Boots, Steel Toe Capped Wellington Boots, Hi-vis yellow vest. AEL Uniform (polo shirt and sweat shirt). Tetanus protection is recommended. All protective equipment will be inspected by the Course Manager


What's next?

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