9 month & 4 month bursary placements support people who want to work with nature. Applications are encouraged from women returning to work, BAME communities, long term unemployed, and those with no previous qualifications. We aim to get 80% of the 36 placements into work in the environmental conservation sector.
The project covers both sea and land work-based training and offers vocational qualifications in species/habitat identification, field survey, heritage interpretation and information technology.
24 hours wildlife surveys promote heritage interpretation, engaging naturalists, professionals and volunteers in the process of wildlife identification and species recording using technology.